BIOFILL-S: Bone Void Filler: REGENERATION AFTER EXODONTIA AND IMMEDIATE loading

Implants

BIOFILL-S: Bone Void Filler: REGENERATION AFTER EXODONTIA AND IMMEDIATE loading

Dr. Hiram Fischer Trindade, European Implantology Center EIC, Portugal.
Bone Graft: 0,5g adboneTCP (0.1-0.5 mm).
Patient: Male, 35 years old.
A 35-year-old male patient presented a severe root resorption.
Severe root resorption is very difficult to treat and often requires the extraction of teeth.
The surgical phase was initiated with the removal of UR1. It was used 0,5g of adbone®TCP, 0.1 – 0,5 mm granules, due to a severe bone loss.
The implant was placed at the time of grafting.
Radiographically, the bone density appeared to have improved in the UR1 place.

A.

Before surgery: 35-year-old male patient with a severe root resorption

B.

Radiographs illustrating the root resorption

C.

Radiographs illustrating the root resorption

D.

Initial CT-Prior to treatment

E.

Exodontia: Root extraction and curettage

F.

X-ray after the extraction

G.

Insertion of adbone®TCP

H.

Post-operative radiograph showing the alveoli filled with bone graft

I.

Implant placed simultaneous with grafting

J.

Post-operative radiograph showing the immediate implant placement after bone grafting

K.

Implant Placement

L.

A week after the surgical procedure

M.

3 months follow up

N.

Excellent bone formation around the implant. No signals of infection or inflammation

O.

6 months\' follow-up: X-Ray illustrating the final prosthesis, waiting for the conclusion of the orthodontic treatment instead of the prosthetic rehabilitation.

P.

12 months\' follow-up