2 Posterior Implants in the Posterior Region after Transplantation of a Bone Block Graft

Case ID: 3752

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Case Details

The patient has been missing 2 teeth in the posterior region for many years now and as a result the bone volume has deteriorated in all 3 dimensions. In order to replace the missing teeth with dental implants the area will first require bone augmentation for implant support. As a result, bone is harvested and taken from the lower jaw and transferred to this region to address and regain the horizontal and vertical bone deficiency. After the healing of the bone block graft site has occurred the area is inserted with 2 dental implants and restored with dental implant crowns and proper soft tissue architecture is reestablished with the aid of a soft tissue graft (keratinized attached mucosa) from the palate which creates a healthier and cleaner environment around the implants.

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