Plasma rico en fibrina e injerto conectivo en la instalación de un implante dental

Translated title of the contribution: Fibrin-rich plasma and connective tissue graft in dental implant installation

Antonio Bravo Icochea, Angie Bartolo Baldeón, Yuri Castro-Rodríguez

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Introduction: Combining regenerative treatments with soft tissue grafts prevents atrophy of the peri-implant tissue and alterations in esthetics. The results of this combination are discussed in the current literature. Objective: To describe the regenerative treatment, combining Fibrin-rich plasma and connective tissue graft in the installation of a dental implant in the upper anterior sector. Case presentation: Forty-year-old male patient with facial trauma. He has no history of systemic diseases. On clinical examination, a fractured porcelain crown was found at the vestibular cervical level. There was purulent discharge in the healing process and altered gingival contour. Radiographic examination revealed a periapical lesion with apparent root resorption. The tooth was extracted; fibrin-rich plasma was placed to improve healing. Six weeks after, an implant was placed. After the first four months, the second phase was performed with a connective tissue graft and placement of the scar tissue; two weeks after, a porcelain crown was placed. Conclusions: In the present case, the combination of Fibrin-rich plasma and connective tissue graft favored the peri-implant esthetic appearance without evidence of complications during the postoperative period.

Translated title of the contributionFibrin-rich plasma and connective tissue graft in dental implant installation
Original languageSpanish
Article numbere3115
JournalRevista Habanera de Ciencias Medicas
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 2021
Externally publishedYes

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