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Beat Wallkamm

Langenthal, Switzerland

Clinical case description:

Periodontal regeneration with a minimally invasive surgical technique in combination with Geistlich Bio-Oss® Collagen and Geistlich Bio-Gide® Perio.

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<p>1) Tooth 11 presents with a pocket depth of 8 mm and a clinical attachment level of 11 mm with some loss of papillary tissue. 2) Baseline radiograph shows the bone loss mesially to the first right incisor reaching the apical third of the root.</p>

1) Tooth 11 presents with a pocket depth of 8 mm and a clinical attachment level of 11 mm with some loss of papillary tissue. 2) Baseline radiograph shows the bone loss mesially to the first right incisor reaching the apical third of the root.

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<p>7) Clinical situation after 2 years with a probing pocket depth of 3 mm and a clinical attachment level gain of 5 mm. 8) The 2 year radiograph shows a horizontal gain of 3 mm bone in the treated area.</p>

7) Clinical situation after 2 years with a probing pocket depth of 3 mm and a clinical attachment level gain of 5 mm. 8) The 2 year radiograph shows a horizontal gain of 3 mm bone in the treated area.

Pre-surgery


							<p>1) Tooth 11 presents with a pocket depth of 8 mm and a clinical attachment level of 11 mm with some loss of papillary tissue. 2) Baseline radiograph shows the bone loss mesially to the first right incisor reaching the apical third of the root.</p>

Surgery


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Outcome

Follow-up after at least 6 months


							<p>7) Clinical situation after 2 years with a probing pocket depth of 3 mm and a clinical attachment level gain of 5 mm. 8) The 2 year radiograph shows a horizontal gain of 3 mm bone in the treated area.</p>