Immediate implant placement using xenograft with hyaluronate and collagen fleece




Immediate implant placement, xenograft, hyaluronate, collagen fleece


The bone contour maintenance after immediate implant placement can be quite challenging. The aim of this clinical case series was to evaluate the performance of xenograft granules in combination with hyaluronate and collagen fleece due immediate implant placement. All five patients have been analyzed after 5-6 months and satisfactory implant stability, aesthetics, and function were achieved. Such treatment can provide predictable patients outcome.


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How to Cite

Jelušić, D., & Siber, S. (2023). Immediate implant placement using xenograft with hyaluronate and collagen fleece. International Journal of Dental Biomaterials Research, 1, 30–35.