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Taimoor Kamran

Barnet, United Kingdom

Clinical case description:

This young lady was referred for replacement of 11 with an implant supported restoration.  She had suffered a bicycle accident which resulted in loss of this tooth. 

On clinical and radiographic (CBCT) examination a lack of horizontal width/bone volume was noted.

Early implant placement was carried out together with simultaneous contour augmentation.

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<p>Pre-surgery, frontal and occlusal view</p>

Pre-surgery, frontal and occlusal view

<p>A: Implant placed with a large labial dehiscence defect B: Autogenous bone chips (harvested locally) used to cover the exposed implant surface C: Geistlich Bio-Oss granules (0.25 - 1mm) used for contour augmentation D: Bio-Gide (25x25mm) used in tw</p>

A: Implant placed with a large labial dehiscence defect B: Autogenous bone chips (harvested locally) used to cover the exposed implant surface C: Geistlich Bio-Oss granules (0.25 - 1mm) used for contour augmentation D: Bio-Gide (25x25mm) used in tw

<p>Outcome</p>

Outcome

<p>Follow-up</p>

Follow-up

Pre-surgery


					<p>Pre-surgery, frontal and occlusal view</p>

Surgery


					<p>A: Implant placed with a large labial dehiscence defect B: Autogenous bone chips (harvested locally) used to cover the exposed implant surface C: Geistlich Bio-Oss granules (0.25 - 1mm) used for contour augmentation D: Bio-Gide (25x25mm) used in tw</p>

Outcome


					<p>Outcome</p>

Follow-up after at least 6 months


					<p>Follow-up</p>