Bone graft+ implant (lateral incisor lost due to periodontitis)

Bone graft+ implant (lateral incisor lost due to periodontitis) 1

Before

Bone graft+ implant (lateral incisor lost due to periodontitis) 2

After

The patient is a 44-year-old woman with general periodontitis severely affecting the right upper-lateral incisor, which must be extracted.

After treating and controlling the periodontal disease, an examination is conducted to determine the amount of bone, revealing an atrophy that prevents the implant placement.

Hence, a bone graft is done and, after a six-month period, an implant is placed in the right three-dimensional position, allowing for the placement of a zirconium-porcelain crown screwed to the implant with aesthetic and harmonious contours matching the rest of the teeth.

Bone graft+ implant (lateral incisor lost due to periodontitis) 1

1.- Woman, 44-year-old, general periodontitis severely affecting the right upper-lateral incisor, which must be extracted.

Bone graft+ implant (lateral incisor lost due to periodontitis) 4

2.- Appearance of the area of the lateral incisor three months after being extracted.

Bone graft+ implant (lateral incisor lost due to periodontitis) 5
Dra. Gema Olmos
Bone graft+ implant (lateral incisor lost due to periodontitis) 6

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