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Extensive Ridge Deficiency Reconstructing using Bone Graft Cement

Last Updated May 22, 2018
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

This case describes the rehabilitation process for the upper jaw. As a result of advanced periodontal disease, severe bone destruction is evident. It was thus necessary to laterally augment the narrow ridge in the area of the incisors with regeneration of the alveolar crest and bone restoration in the area of the molars following their removal .

Following the extractions a composite cement graft material was used which contains biphasic calcium sulfate and HA ( Bond Apatite “ Augma Biomaterials LTD).

The surgical procedure of graft placement, using the bone graft cement, is easy and user friendly to the surgeon and minimally invasive for the patient. This is due to the fact that the full thickness mucoperiosteal flap is minimal, without the need of flap releasing dissection or periosteal incisions in order to achieve a tension free flap as is mandated with other bone substitutes and grafting techniques.














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