Rehabilitation with cerabone® and Jason® membrane after implant failure
Dr. Lucas Werutsky
The patient presented after unsuccessful implant treatment in region 11. Panoramic and periapical radiographs and a CBCT were taken to evaluate the bone dimensions. During surgery, fibrous tissue was removed after which the defect presented larger than expected from the tomographic examination. The implant was installed in a suitable position without fenestration. To correct the bone defect and increase the buccal bone volume cerabone® and Jason® membrane were used. cerabone® is particularly suitable to provide permanent support in the aesthetic region due to its long-term stability. The follow-up shows a successful result with stable bone reconstruction.