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Matteo Chiapasco

Milan, Italy

Clinical case description:

› Insuffi cient alveolar ridge height and width for implant Placement.

› Autologous bone is subject to resorption and may lead to loss of volume.

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<p>3) The lateral window and the autologous bone block are covered with Geistlich Bio-Gide<sup>®</sup>. 4) Radiographic control after surgery (sinus grafting with simultaneous implant placement on the right side).</p>

3) The lateral window and the autologous bone block are covered with Geistlich Bio-Gide®. 4) Radiographic control after surgery (sinus grafting with simultaneous implant placement on the right side).

<p>5) Clinical situation after completion of prosthetic restoration (left side). 6) Radiographic control 3 years after surgery.</p>

5) Clinical situation after completion of prosthetic restoration (left side). 6) Radiographic control 3 years after surgery.

<p>7) Long-term radiographic control 7 years after surgery shows stable situation of the augmented site. 8) Clinical picture 7 years post surgery showing stable and excellent esthetic outcome.</p>

7) Long-term radiographic control 7 years after surgery shows stable situation of the augmented site. 8) Clinical picture 7 years post surgery showing stable and excellent esthetic outcome.

Pre-surgery

Surgery


							<p>3) The lateral window and the autologous bone block are covered with Geistlich Bio-Gide<sup>®</sup>. 4) Radiographic control after surgery (sinus grafting with simultaneous implant placement on the right side).</p>

Outcome


							<p>5) Clinical situation after completion of prosthetic restoration (left side). 6) Radiographic control 3 years after surgery.</p>

Follow-up after at least 6 months


							<p>7) Long-term radiographic control 7 years after surgery shows stable situation of the augmented site. 8) Clinical picture 7 years post surgery showing stable and excellent esthetic outcome.</p>