Jefferson David Melo de Matos; Leonardo Jiro Nomura Nakano; Severino Alexandre Babosa da Silva; Jaqueline Alves do Nascimento; Geórgia Maria Granja Aureliano; Valdir Cabral Andrade; Marco Antonio Bottino; John Eversong Lucena de Vasconcelos; Guilherme da Rocha Scalzer Lopes
The present study aims to describe, through a case report, the functioning of bone grafts, where they are obtained including bone banks and the different dental areas in which it is used. A 50-year.old female patient HMR, sought the postgraduate college of dentistry CECAPE for oral rehabilitation. The initial clinical examination revealed the absence of several dental elements in both the maxilla and mandible, bone resorption in the entire maxillary extension where there was an absence of elements in the anterior region and the presence of a torus in the palatal region. Initial tomographic examinations of the maxilla and mandible were performed, looking for the best conduct regarding the diagnosis and planning of the case. After the clinical and radiographic examinations was performed, and the diagnosis was reached, it was determined as a treatment for oral rehabilitation of the maxilla, bone grafting and an Implant-supported Removable Partial Prosthesis and for the mandible a Dento-muco-supported Removable Partial Prosthesis. Dental treatments and oral rehabilitation from the use of bone tissues and bone grafting have become commonly used. Procedures that would normally lead to failure started to increase the percentage of successes due to the use of these biomaterials. The use of bone grafts in dentistry has been shown to be a very effective and useful resource, considering its great applicability in bone reconstructions in different areas of dentistry.
KEY WORDS: bone transplantation, dental implants, bone and bones, alveolar bone grafting, bone-implant interface.
How to cite this article
MATOS, J. D. M.; NAKANO, L. J. N.; SILVA, S. A. B.; NASCIMENTO, J. A.; AURELIANO, G. M. G.; ANDRADE, V. C.; BOTTINO, M. A.; VASCONCELOS, J. E. L.; LOPES, G. R. S. Homogenous bone grafts as an alternative in oral rehabilitation treatments with dental implants. Int. J. Odontostomat., 14(4):678-684, 2020.