Buccal Plate Preservation at Anterior Maxilla Using Immediate Implant Placement With a 2.0 mm Gap Technique Based on Spontaneous Bone Healing: Case Report

Ivan V. Nagorniaka, Kateryna Yu. Nagorniakb more
a Ivan V. Nagorniak

DDS, PhD; Private Dental Practice, Kyiv, Ukraine. Corresponding author. Private Dental Practice, 6-G Andruschenka Street, Office 6, Kyiv 01135, Ukraine. Phone: +380674088131. E-mail: ivan.nagorniak@gmail.com

b Kateryna Yu. Nagorniak

DDS, PhD Student; Department of Therapeutic Dentistry, Stomatology Institute, Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kyiv, Ukraine.

December 25, 2018

DOI: 10.23999/j.dtomp.2018.4.2.

J Diagn Treat Oral Maxillofac Pathol 2018;2:151−4.

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How to cite this article

Nagorniak KY, Nagorniak IV. Buccal plate preservation at anterior maxilla using immediate implant placement with a 2.0 mm gap technique based on spontaneous bone healing: case report. J Diagn Treat Oral Maxillofac Pathol 2018;2(4):151−4.

Summary

Gap (synonyms: jumping distance, bone gap) between the implant surface and surrounding bone upon the immediate implant placement can be used for buccal plate preservation. Our case report revised a ITI and Neves et al (2013) recommendations. Finally, case report in a 32-year-oldpatient confirms a good spontaneous bone healing and successful osseointegration in a situation of 2 mm gap between immediate implant allowing preserving a buccal plate.