Here we present some cases in which severely
damaged teeth by microsurgical interventions.
Before: Due to an unfavorable root retraction, the tooth could not be cleaned without surgery. The bone on the posterior wall of the root has degenerated to the lower third (outlined in red).
After: After the procedure, the bone structure is clearly visible in the X-ray image.
After: The tooth was thoroughly cleaned and the bone was rebuilt. 1 year after the procedure, the tooth is stable in the bone.
Previously: Periodontitis has led to massive bone loss (red margin) on the anterior incisor. Without bone, even an implant is not possible.