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®.

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

This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience. By browsing this website, you agree to our use of cookies.