Horizontal and Vertical atrophic defect management

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  • 1. Oblique cranial view of the horizontal atrophic defect on a stereolithographic model
  • 2. Lateral palatal view of the vertical atrophic defect on a stereolithographic model
  • 3. Vestibular supracrestal incision in order to ensure the amount of mucous tissue sufficient to cover the graft
  • 4. Preparation of the recipient site by means of a full-thickness trapezoidal flap
  • 5. 1 mm thick OsteoBiol® Rigid Lamina positioned on the crestal side, to delimit the vertical atrophic defect, fixed with 1.3 mm osteosynthesis screws
  • 6. Atrophic defect filled with 50% GTO® OsteoBiol® and 50% autologous bone
  • 7. 1 mm thick OsteoBiol® Rigid Lamina positioned on the buccal side, to delimit the horizontal atrophic defect, fixed with 1.3 mm osteosynthesis screws
  • 8.  Second access performed 8 months after surgery
  • 9. Removal of the osteosynthesis screws
  • 10. Insertion of 2 implant fixtures with 4x12mm and 4x10mm diameter
  • 11. Surgical re-entry 4 months after implant positioning
  • Clinical indication: horizontal augmentation, vertical augmentation
  • Products : GTO®, Lamina
  • Authors : Dr. Marco Piscopo
  • Information about patient: Male, 55 years old
  • Credits : Documentation provided by Dr. Marco Piscopo
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