Cysts Enucleation and Simultaneous Bone Augmentation

  • 33-year-old male, otherwise healthy, heavy smoker. He was referred due to multiple cysts in the maxilla and mandible.
  • He was referred also to an ENT due to suspected sinus polyps / mucocele in the left maxillary sinus. The ENT advised to re-evaluate the situation after oral surgical treatment.
  • Under general anesthesia: the patient underwent multiple extractions, cyst enucleations and bone augmentation utilizing Augma Bond Apatite®.
  • Histopathologic findings in all cysts were concurrent with Infected Radicular Cysts.
  • 5 months later, adequate bone volume and ridge reconstruction were achieved.
  • The patient was referred back to his general practitioner with a recommendation for a sinus lift to further augment the posterior maxilla.
  • *** Bone augmentation with Augma Bond Apatite® was also performed in the mandible however no clinical photos are available.

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