Bone addition concurrent with implant

BONE ADDITION WITH SIMULTANEOUS IMPLANT INSERTION

a.Grafting and simultaneous implant for a single missing tooth

Grefare si implant simultan pentru un singur dinte lipsa

When a limited (small) bone defect exists, bone augmentation (addition) can be performed, in the same session along with the dental implant insertion. Different bone grafting (addition) materials can be used, combined with each other for this situation. Thus, the necessary time for treatment completion will be significantly shortened, the 7-9 months of waiting not being necessary as in the case of grafting separated from implantation.

 b.External sinus augmentation (sinus lifting) and simultaneous implant

Augmentare sinuzala pe cale externa (sinus lifting) si implantare simultana

Another example of simultaneous implant insertion and bone augmentation is sinus lifting through lateral window along with implanting in the same session. If underneath the sinus there is enough bone to firmly stabilize implant (being immobile during the augmented bone healing time), it can be concurrently inserted along with external sinus augmentation. In this situation, the treatment completion time will also be significantly shortened.

c. Internal sinus augmentation with simultaneous implant

Augmentare sinuzala pe cale interna si implantare simultana

A new example of simultaneous implant insertion along with bone augmentation is sinus lifting through crestal orifice with implanting in the same session. If underneath the sinus there is enough bone to firmly stabilize implant (being immobile during the augmented bone healing time), it can be concurrently inserted along with external sinus augmentation. In this situation, the treatment completion time will also be significantly shortened.

d. Multiple implant insertion concurrent with horizontal crest elongation (“ridge splitting”)

The thinned bone crest (atrophy/horizontal resorption) is sectioned with special devices (laser, piezotome) in the middle, on a 5mm depth. Sectioned fragments are slowly and carefully dilated and afterwards dental implants are inserted. Between implants and dilated bone fragments bone augmentation materials are introduced, over which the barrier membrane is fixed and gum is sutured.