Dorra Dey Daly, Michel Karouni, Hadi Antoun
A patient is referred for medical advice on an implant-borne rehabilitation to replace teeth 24 and 25. They show important endodontic and periodontal damage making the prognosis unfavourable.
The CBCT shows a good osseous volume which, despite the loss of a buccal bone plate, guided our therapeutic choice towards an extraction implantation option, associated with a guided bone regeneration and an immediate aesthetics.
This protocol can significantly reduce the number of operations and provides a much appreciated comfort to our patients.