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Buccal Plate Regeneration with Immediate Postextraction Implant Placement and Restoration: Case Reports Buccal Plate Regeneration with Immediate Postextraction Implant Placement and Restoration: Case Reports

Author(s):

Alberto Maria Albiero, MD; Renato Benato, MD, DMD; Marco Degidi, MD, DDS

Date Added:

7/16/2014


Summary:

The loss of the buccal alveolar plate following tooth extraction in the maxillary anterior region is an especially challenging condition for the clinician. Immediate implant placement with a flapless approach has been suggested in order to reduce postextraction bone loss. In the presence of a significant vertical gap in the buccal plate after tooth extraction, most authors still recommend a bone augmentation procedure before implant placement. In these reports, buccal bone plate regeneration was obtained through a flapless approach and immediate postextraction implant placement with a cancellous bone and collagen graft in the buccal gap.

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