Immediate rehabilitation of the aesthetic area in infected alveolar with rpf. 24-month follow-up.
Borges Mattos,João Marcos
Andrade,Walmir de Jesus
Bragança de Toledo,Rogério
ABSTRACT: Aim: This study aimed to report the clinical case of an immediate implant-supported rehabilitation in infected alveolar socket with buccal bone resorption and apical periodontitis in the teeth 42 and 43. Case Report: The patient was rehabilitated with implants associated with guided bone regeneration and immediate provisionalization. After 4 months, the custom molding was made in order to receive the metal-ceramic prosthesis. The follow-up lasted 24 months and there was no painful symptomatology, infection, implant mobility or marked peri-implant bone loss in this period. Conclusion: Therefore, the placement of immediate implants on fresh infected alveolar sockets is viable for the implant-supported rehabilitation.