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Treatment plan for the case where there is limited mesiodistal space and considerable bone loss?

Last Updated June 02, 2019
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

I have a patient who recently had #25 extracted [mandibular left central incisor; 41] and would like to replace the missing tooth with an implant and crown. As you can see from the radiograph, there is limited mesiodistal space and there is considerable loss of vertical bone height. I would like to graft this site to augment the existing bone. What would be the best bone graft material to use? What would be the best technique? Can I install the implant at the time of bone graft? If I have to wait for the bone graft to osseointegrate before I install the implant, how long will that take?


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