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Patrick Nouhaud

Deauville, France

Clinical case description:

Management of an anterior esthetic area

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<p>Initial panoramic Xray showing the situation of 21, which were traumatized and reimplanted. However the patient still complain about 21, which is painful.</p>

Initial panoramic Xray showing the situation of 21, which were traumatized and reimplanted. However the patient still complain about 21, which is painful.

<p>look at the thin buccal wall during the implant placement</p>

look at the thin buccal wall during the implant placement

<p>defect in apical implant area</p>

defect in apical implant area

<p>GBR with Geistlich Bio-Oss<sup>®</sup></p>

GBR with Geistlich Bio-Oss®

<p>sutures</p>

sutures

<p>Situation after healing : we can notice the favorable volume of gingiva for reconstruction</p>

Situation after healing : we can notice the favorable volume of gingiva for reconstruction

<p>Final situation : the patient is satisfied by the esthetic result. Note the excellent profile of the papilla</p>

Final situation : the patient is satisfied by the esthetic result. Note the excellent profile of the papilla

Pre-surgery


							<p>Initial panoramic Xray showing the situation of 21, which were traumatized and reimplanted. However the patient still complain about 21, which is painful.</p>

Surgery


							<p>look at the thin buccal wall during the implant placement</p>

							<p>defect in apical implant area</p>

							<p>GBR with Geistlich Bio-Oss<sup>®</sup></p>

							<p>sutures</p>

Outcome


							<p>Situation after healing : we can notice the favorable volume of gingiva for reconstruction</p>

Follow-up after at least 6 months


							<p>Final situation : the patient is satisfied by the esthetic result. Note the excellent profile of the papilla</p>