Augmentation After the Removal of Failed Implants

A 60 years old. Came in to consult for implant treatment from tooth #23 (11) to #27 (15). Scans showed a large bone deficiency in close proximity to the sinus floor.

Endodontic Microsurgery of Tooth #26 (14)

Healthy man, age 42 years. The conservative endodontic treatment of the tooth #26 (14) failed. He has intense pain and swelling from time to time, although the inflammation on the X-ray is so small and can only be seen around the buccal mesial root. 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®.

Utilizing Biphasic Calcium Sulfate in Periodontal Regenerative Surgery

Dr. Yaniv Mayer The patient is 35 years old with periodontitis, Stage III, Grade C, with molar incisor pattern. They demonstrated bleeding, deep pockets and vertical bone resorption around the first molars. Three months after conducting scaling and root planning

Large Cyst Enucleation, Apicoectomy with MTA Retrograde Filling and 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

Hard and Soft Tissue Augmentation with Immediate Implants

• Symptomatic implant infection #14 (5) with marked bone loss.• Lack of teeth to chew in the 1st quadrant – #15 (4) and #16(3).• Mobility in tooth #17 (2).• Marked lack of soft/hard tissue in the edentulous area

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