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Michael R. Norton

London, United Kingdom

Clinical case description:

> Restore 4 quadrants of missing posterior dentition.

> Regenerate bone defect with 3 bony walls remaining.

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<p>Pre-op clinical view of the peri-implantitis site at tooth 35.</p>

Pre-op clinical view of the peri-implantitis site at tooth 35.

<p>The peri-implant bone defect is fi lled with Geistlich Bio-Oss<sup>®</sup> granules (rehydrated in a tetracycline solution).</p>

The peri-implant bone defect is fi lled with Geistlich Bio-Oss® granules (rehydrated in a tetracycline solution).

<p>A trimmed Geistlich Bio-Gide<sup>®</sup> is applied as a double layer in order to stabilize the defect.</p>

A trimmed Geistlich Bio-Gide® is applied as a double layer in order to stabilize the defect.

<p>4) Clinical view of the peri-implantitis site. The implant could be maintained as a result of the peri-implantitis treatment. 5) Follow-up radiograph after two years shows the integration of the implant into newly formed bone.</p>

4) Clinical view of the peri-implantitis site. The implant could be maintained as a result of the peri-implantitis treatment. 5) Follow-up radiograph after two years shows the integration of the implant into newly formed bone.

Pre-surgery


							<p>Pre-op clinical view of the peri-implantitis site at tooth 35.</p>

Surgery


							<p>The peri-implant bone defect is fi lled with Geistlich Bio-Oss<sup>®</sup> granules (rehydrated in a tetracycline solution).</p>

Outcome


							<p>A trimmed Geistlich Bio-Gide<sup>®</sup> is applied as a double layer in order to stabilize the defect.</p>

Follow-up after at least 6 months


							<p>4) Clinical view of the peri-implantitis site. The implant could be maintained as a result of the peri-implantitis treatment. 5) Follow-up radiograph after two years shows the integration of the implant into newly formed bone.</p>