Immediate Implant Dentistry and the Selection of Biomaterial to Fill the Gap: Use of Xenografts with Incorporated Atelo-Collagen

@inproceedings{Ferdin2018ImmediateID,
  title={Immediate Implant Dentistry and the Selection of Biomaterial to Fill the Gap: Use of Xenografts with Incorporated Atelo-Collagen},
  author={Ferdin and o D'Avenia and Richard J. Miron},
  year={2018}
}
Immediate implant dentistry has become an effective treatment modality for many clinicians to shorten treatment times. Naturally, while these implants are placed more lingually/palatally and a gap is created between the buccal bone and implant surface, an oftenoverlooked parameter has been the choice of biomaterial/bone graft utilized to fill this void. In the present case study, the introduction of an atelo-collagen based bone grafting material is presented with superior biocompatibility owing… 

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