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Reconstruction of alveolar bone defect with autogenous bone particles and osseointegrated implants: Histologic analysis and 10 years monitoring.

de Carvalho PS, de Carvalho MC, Ponzoni D - Ann Maxillofac Surg (2015 Jan-Jun)

Bottom Line: Maintaining the volume of the alveolar process after extraction can be achieved by immediate implant placement and guided bone regeneration, with or without the use of biomaterials.The authors present a case report with a 10 years follow-up, rehabilitation using osseointegrated implants in the extraction area and maintenance of the volume of the alveolar process with autogenous cortical bone shavings.

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Affiliation: Department of Stomatology Bauru School of Dentistry, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
Maintaining the volume of the alveolar process after extraction can be achieved by immediate implant placement and guided bone regeneration, with or without the use of biomaterials. The authors present a case report with a 10 years follow-up, rehabilitation using osseointegrated implants in the extraction area and maintenance of the volume of the alveolar process with autogenous cortical bone shavings.

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Obtaining bone shavings of the oblique line
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Figure 5: Obtaining bone shavings of the oblique line

Mentions: After infiltrative terminal anesthesia of the region of the oblique line on the left side, a linear incision was made, mucoperiosteal detachment and exposure of the donor area. With the aid of a bone scraper (Autogenous®, Serson, São Paulo, Brazil.) zest of mandibular cortical bone was obtained in sufficient quantity to fill the defect [Figures 5 and 6].


Reconstruction of alveolar bone defect with autogenous bone particles and osseointegrated implants: Histologic analysis and 10 years monitoring.

de Carvalho PS, de Carvalho MC, Ponzoni D - Ann Maxillofac Surg (2015 Jan-Jun)

Obtaining bone shavings of the oblique line
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 5: Obtaining bone shavings of the oblique line
Mentions: After infiltrative terminal anesthesia of the region of the oblique line on the left side, a linear incision was made, mucoperiosteal detachment and exposure of the donor area. With the aid of a bone scraper (Autogenous®, Serson, São Paulo, Brazil.) zest of mandibular cortical bone was obtained in sufficient quantity to fill the defect [Figures 5 and 6].

Bottom Line: Maintaining the volume of the alveolar process after extraction can be achieved by immediate implant placement and guided bone regeneration, with or without the use of biomaterials.The authors present a case report with a 10 years follow-up, rehabilitation using osseointegrated implants in the extraction area and maintenance of the volume of the alveolar process with autogenous cortical bone shavings.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Stomatology Bauru School of Dentistry, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

ABSTRACT
Maintaining the volume of the alveolar process after extraction can be achieved by immediate implant placement and guided bone regeneration, with or without the use of biomaterials. The authors present a case report with a 10 years follow-up, rehabilitation using osseointegrated implants in the extraction area and maintenance of the volume of the alveolar process with autogenous cortical bone shavings.

No MeSH data available.