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Sofia Aroca

Saint-Germain en Laye, France

Clinical case description:

One wall periodontal defect treatment before orthodontic tooth intrusion and diastema closure. Surgery by Dr. Daniel Etienne. Non Surgical Periodontal Therapy: Dr. Sofia Aroca.

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<p>1) Preoperative clinical and radiological situation showing an angular bony defect at the mesial aspect of tooth 11. No inflammation of the soft tissue is observed. Presence of a and a small papilla collapse mesial of 11. 2) 1 wall defect of 6 mm CAL on m</p>

1) Preoperative clinical and radiological situation showing an angular bony defect at the mesial aspect of tooth 11. No inflammation of the soft tissue is observed. Presence of a and a small papilla collapse mesial of 11. 2) 1 wall defect of 6 mm CAL on m

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<p>5) Clinical situation 1 week after surgery and suture removal. No inflammation is observed. 6) Clinical situation and x-ray of the augmented site just before start of orthodontic treatment 10 months after surgery.</p>

5) Clinical situation 1 week after surgery and suture removal. No inflammation is observed. 6) Clinical situation and x-ray of the augmented site just before start of orthodontic treatment 10 months after surgery.

<p>7) Clinical and radiological images with stable tissue conditions 4 years after surgery. 8) X-ray 5 years after surgery showing a slight and stable crestal bone remodelling in the mesial aspect of tooth 11.</p>

7) Clinical and radiological images with stable tissue conditions 4 years after surgery. 8) X-ray 5 years after surgery showing a slight and stable crestal bone remodelling in the mesial aspect of tooth 11.

Pre-surgery


							<p>1) Preoperative clinical and radiological situation showing an angular bony defect at the mesial aspect of tooth 11. No inflammation of the soft tissue is observed. Presence of a and a small papilla collapse mesial of 11. 2) 1 wall defect of 6 mm CAL on m</p>

Surgery


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Outcome


							<p>5) Clinical situation 1 week after surgery and suture removal. No inflammation is observed. 6) Clinical situation and x-ray of the augmented site just before start of orthodontic treatment 10 months after surgery. </p>

Follow-up after at least 6 months


							<p>7) Clinical and radiological images with stable tissue conditions 4 years after surgery. 8) X-ray 5 years after surgery showing a slight and stable crestal bone remodelling in the mesial aspect of tooth 11.</p>