PriMera Scientific Surgical Research and Practice (ISSN: 2836-0028)

Case Report

Volume 2 Issue 6

Autologous Dentin: As A Regeneration Biomaterial In The Placement Of A Post-Extraction Implant, Case Report

Luis Ramírez Reyes and Vicente Carrasco*

November 15, 2023

DOI : 10.56831/PSSRP-02-072


The objective of this Case Report was to determine that the use of an Autologous Dentinal Graft is so efficient that it shows comparable results and clinical performance similar to autologous bone, when used as a graft material in Immediate Post-Extraction Implants.

A Literature Review was carried out and various results were found from Meta-Analyses, Systematic Reviews, Clinical Trials (In Vitro and Animal), Randomized Controlled Studies, Prospective and Retrospective Studies to Case Reports.

The results reported in all studies conclude that the use of Autologous Particulate Dentine or Mineralized or Demineralized Dentine Matrix show clinical, histological performance similar to autologous bone and superior to Xenograft.

Autologous dentin is an effective option for bone augmentation around dental implants, with acceptable primary stability, marginal bone loss, and incidences of complications or failures.

Keywords: dentin; autologous; regeneration; implant; post-extraction


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