Socket Grafting with Missing Buccal Plate

Last Updated August 28, 2018
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

This case involved the grafting of a socket with a missing buccal plate. The decision was made to use Bond Apatite as the grafting material. The video shows the radiographic appearance of the graft on Day 1, 7 days post-op, 14 days post-op, 2 months post-op, and 3 months post-op. The histology core sample shows vital new bone with osteocytes and vascular structures. Areas of residual scaffold were surrounded by connective tissue and occupied approximately 10% of the sample area.

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