After activation, eject the material into a dish and let it set for 3 minutes. Use the syringe as a carrier (Any other bone carriers can be used as well). Place the material and use an osteotomy to push it inside.
Activate the syringe and wait 1 minute before application. Eject the cement into the sinus cavity through the sinus lateral window until 2/3 of the sinus is filled. For filling the last 1/3 and closing the sinus window. After activation of the cement (Do not wait 1 minute, eject it immediately into the site, place sterile dry gauze, press firmly for 3 seconds, and close the flap.
No need to raise a flap. Extract the tooth and prepare the socket for grafting. Eject the cement into the socket. Press firmly over the cement for 3 seconds using dry sterile unfolded gauze and finger pressure followed by another 3-second press with
Protect the cement by covering it with a collagen sponge and secure the sponge in place to the surrounding soft tissue by an initial suture, thereafter with a cross suturing above. During the initial stage of healing, the cement should not be left exposed.
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.
nt is a 72 year old female smoker with poor hygiene,. The treatment plan includes a complete denture in the upper jaw, as well as a complete denture in the lower jaw stabilized by two anterior implants. A provisional denture will be placed in the upper and lower jaw during the healing process.