Wide defects can only be treated effectively in periodontics with regenerative therapies (GTR technology) if they are first filled to restore the alveolar bone to its original form (space making).





1 | Probing the bone defect with a PA probe 


2 | Probing the furcation with a NABERS probe






3 | Operative image of the defects


4 | GTR with enamel matrix derivative (EMD)






5 | Augmentation with NanoBone®


6 | Fully augmented defect






7 | LAURELL suturing technique  


8 | Condition following saliva-proof suturing






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