Increasing tissue volume at second stage

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  • 1. At time of second stage a volume deficit is clearly visible
  • 2. Following a crestal incision, the implant is exposed.
  • 3. A pouch is obtained on the buccal aspect and DERMA is placed.
  • 4. Two double interrupted sutures are used to close the tissue around the healing abutment
  • 5. Healing after 7 days presents uneventful
  • 6. At time of final impression an increase of tissue volume is visible
  • 7. Occlusal view showing that the dermal matrix is clinically fully integrated into the surrounding tissue
  • 8. Final reconstruction with a screw retained prosthesis
  • Clinical indication: periodontal regeneration
  • Products : Derma
  • Authors : Prof. Stefan Fickl
  • Information about patient: Female 65
  • Credits : Documentation provided by Prof. Stefan Fickl
    Priv.-Doz. Dr. Med. Dent, Associate Professor
    Department of Periodontology, Julius-Maximilians-University, Würzburg, Germany
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