Collagenous Socket Preservation After Atraumatic Extraction

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Juraj Brozović

  • Freemium
  • 21 february 2024
  • 3 minute read

The patient, a healthy 57-year-old male with good oral hygiene, presented with multiple deficient old composite restorations and no pain. He was diagnosed with a premolar root fracture (tooth 35). After atraumatic extraction, to avoid excessive resorption of the alveolar bone, socket preservation was performed using SeptoCone – a high-density collagen cone – providing blood clot stabilization and thus facilitating bone healing. A single implant was placed, showing a stable outcome at a 6-year follow-up.

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