Clinical considerations for optimizing results in bone grafting: part II

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Edition V09N01 | Year 2015 | Editorial Artigo Inédito | Pages 88 to 103

Claudio Ferreira NÓIA, Bruno Costa Martins de SÁ, José Marcelo Vargas PINTO, Paulo Hemerson de MORAES, Rafael Ortega LOPES

Optimization of results is an ongoing concern shared by professionals in the field of Implantology. In order to achieve the best results possible, it is necessary to adequately address factors that can directly aect them. Thus, the aim of the present study was to assess and discuss the importance of some aspects that have a direct eect on bone tissue grafting, such as adaptation and fixation to the receptor site, the use of biomaterial to fill interfaces and cover grafts, together with the use of resorbable membranes. In addition, we address and discuss the increasing use of biomaterial to fill the buccal gap in cases of immediate implants, which renders immediate implant placement safer by stabilizing all tissues involved. Thus, it is possible to state that results obtained with immediate implants are satisfactory and can reduce the number of large-scale reconstructions.

Increase in alveolar ridge, Bone resorption, Dental implants

Nóia CF, Sá BCM, Pinto JMV, Moraes PH, Lopes RO. Clinical considerations for optimizing results in bone grafting: Part II. Dental Press Implantol. 2015 Jan-Mar;9(1):88-103. doi: 650X.9.1.088-103.oar

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