Pato Mourelo J; Jiménez Guerra A.; Monsalve Guil L.; Segura Egea J.J.; Velasco Ortega E. Facultad de Odontología. Oral. Universidad de Sevilla.
The aim of this clinical case was to report the outcome of treatment with a dental implant by guided bone regeneration.
A 32-year man is diagnosed for implant treatment of the upper central right incisive loss. Treatment planning including elimination of residual periapycal cyst, submerged insertion of a Galimplant® nanosurface implant and guided bone regeneration with BioGide® resorbable collagen membrane and betatricalcium phosphate KeraOs® grafting. After a time period of 8 months, a second surgical stage were realized with the healing screw. After two weeks, implant were loaded with a cemented fixed single-crown. Not complications were observed after a 12 months follow-up.
This clinical case indicate that treatment with dental implant by guided bone regeneration constitute a successful treatment.