Endo failure - Tooth loss and perforation of the buccal plate
Trailer | Endo failure - Tooth loss and perforation of the buccal plate20 Minutes
Language(s): English, German
Publication year: 2018
Video source: Tabanella DVD-Compendium
Series: Tabanella DVD-Compendium
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A 45-year-old female patient presented with pain and no suppuration on the inferior border of the zygomatic right bone. Clinical examination and three-dimensional (3D) cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) revealed the presence of an endodontic lesion associated with a fenestration of the buccal bone. Simultaneous extraction, bone augmentation, implant insertion, and immediate loading were performed in one surgical phase to reduce the healing period. Only 4 months post-loading, the case was finalized after the pins that were visible through the mucosa were removed. Only two 1 mm incisions were performed to remove the pins without raising a new flap. The pins inserted next to the zygomatic bone were not removed, thus allowing for a minimally invasive surgical approach.
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