The patient is a woman in her 50’s, who came a day before a family event for a fixed prothetelic supported by immediate implant placement. Canine in a classic vestibular position, it will be necessary to try to keep the buccal bone wall as much as possible and reconstruct the ridge.
A patient in her fifties came for implant treatment in the left maxilla. Dr. Baranes decided to place an implant, 3.75/10 in tooth #24 (12). In #26 (14) bone width was only 1mm, so a crestal sinus floor elevation was completed first to increase the bone height. Three months post-op an implant of 3.75/10 was placed. No additional augmentation was performed as 6 mm of bone was gained.
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.
A 20 year old was referred to us to perform an implant in area #22 (10) due to agenesis (after orthodontic preparation.) The doctor wants to perform a screwed crown. This requires us to perform the implant outside the frame of the bone. We will treat the dehiscence with Bond Apatite.
This case shows us the evolution of the sinus floor, one year after an intra crestal sinus lift through the crestal direction. The patient is a diabetic woman in her 60’s, who came for an implant treatment in the upper, right jaw. She had several years with an edentulous space between #14 (5) – #16 (3).
Teeth #21 (9), #22 (10), #23 (11), #24 (12), and #25 (13) are to be extracted at the same time. The flap will not be sufficient to cover the Bond Apatite, so a wound dressing was used to cover the exposed material.