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Trilaminar Block bone technique


Summary

Trilaminar block graft technique is used for bone regeneration in compromised alveoli after tooth extraction. It involves taking a block graft from the tuberosity and placing it in the anterior area to promote regeneration. The technique includes considerations such as PRGF, 3D implant positioning, emergence profile, bioblock concept, oral hygiene, and implant diameter and design.


Highlights

  • Trilaminar block graft technique is used for bone regeneration in compromised alveoli after tooth extraction.

  • The technique involves taking a block graft from the tuberosity and placing it in the anterior area.

  • Considerations include PRGF, 3D implant positioning, emergence profile, bioblock concept, oral hygiene, and implant diameter and design.

  • The bone crest challenge arises in type 2 and type 3 sockets, requiring a regeneration technique for preserving bone stability.

  • Antibiotics are prescribed before and after the procedure to prevent infection.

  • Autogenous bone grafts are used to minimize the risk of infection from bone particles.

  • CT scans are necessary to measure the dimensions of the tuberosity for obtaining the trilaminar block graft.


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