Alveolar grafting with synthetic bone

The 30-year-old male patient came to the Naturale Odontologia clinic in Joinville showing an endodontic lesion with the involvement of furcation defect associated to mobility of element 46.

The professional chose to use a calcium-phosphate-based synthetic biomaterial in the same surgery of the exodontia. The choice was due to the material’s excellent clinical usage (it does not increase morbidity, decreases surgical time, offers high result predictability and allows quantities used to be adjusted to clinical needs).

The element was extracted followed by careful local curettage and only after thorough cleaning with saline solution the space was filled with Nanosynt (FGM – Brazil).

The radiographic control was carried out 5 months after the exodontia, evidencing excellent bone regeneration besides the maintenance of the alveolar height and thickness. The adverse effects of the regeneration of a alveolus kept only with a blood clot would not make this recuperation so predictable, making Nanosynt an important ally in situations like this.

“As a general practitioner, I consider Nanosynt an important ally when dealing with alveolar grafting. Its predictable clinical result and its fractioned use have amazed me.”

Dr. Elora Casett


Fig. 01 – Occlusal view of the initial conditions.

Fig. 02 – Initial right side view.

Fig. 03 – Periapical radiography of element 46. Involvement of the endodontic-periodontal lesion around the whole extent of the distal root.

Fig. 04 – Radiographic control of the alveolar grafting (Post-operative: 7 days).

Fig. 05 – Evident evolution of the material together with surrounding tissues. Radiographic control of the alveolar grafting (Post-operative: 5 months).



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