Patient was scheduled for second-stage surgery at 6 months. A huge dehiscence defect due to failed GBR was noticed, the implant was determined to be stable. The decision was made to correct with Bond Apatite®.
A 43-year-old woman came for consultation 3 days after losing tooth #11 (8) due to trauma. The patient has a history of periodontitis and tooth mobility, and she brought her tooth with her in her hand. The patient just wanted to have her tooth back. The patient is a smoker. Tooth #13 (6) had already been replaced with an implant for the same reason about 10 years ago.
The conservative endodontic treatment of the tooth #26 (14) failed. We made a root resection of this buccal mesial root of tooth #26 (14,) backfilling with MTA and cyst enucleation with histopathology examination. We filled the bone defect with Bond Apatite®.
Male age 40, cyst in the front of the mandible, range of root #31(24) and #32(23). There was pain, swelling and active buccal fistula. Enucleation of the cyst and resection with retrograde and filling (MTA) of roots #31(24) and #32(23). Augmentation was
treatment of #37 (18) and extraction of #36 (19) due to deep periodontal pocket with active secretion and furcation involvement. The tooth was extracted atraumatically, and an implant was placed centrally, relying on the septum.
The patient presents a total failure of an old bridge between teeth #21 (9) and #23 (11) with high horizontal/vertical mobility and marked absorption of the buccal bone plate in the area of tooth #23 (11) with active infection.
Discomfort and tooth mobility of the left upper lateral incisor. A fistula was detached buccally near the apex zone of the tooth. Radiographic imagery revealed a large radiolucency in connection with the tooth apex. The tooth was extracted and the lesion removed, followed by augmentation with Bond Apatite.