Teeth #12 (7) & #22 (10) are extracted with immediate implants. The soft and hard tissue is augmented with bone cements and a wound dressing is used to promote healing. Follow up takes place over the next 200 days until the final crowns are placed.
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®.
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.
Tooth #45 (29) & #46 (30) were extracted. Tooth #44 (28) is going through an endodontic retreatment procedure. At the time of extraction, enucleation of a cystic lesion 1 cm in diameter.
Unerupted tooth #13 (6) was preserved and deciduous #53 (C) was extracted. GBR with Bond Apatite® was done. An implant was placed 4 months post-op, during which time a temporary tooth was connected with braces.
A large periapical lesion involving teeth #22 (10) and #23 (11). Cyst enucleation and apicoectomy were performed. Two year post-op photos show the entire defect filled with true bone.