The clinical case involved a 70-year-old patient with grade 3 mobility and oscillation of more than 3-4 mm of tooth element 2.1, accompanied by functional inability to chew.
Radiographic analysis with CBCT showed a three-dimensional bone defect that required regenerative intervention.
Preserved collagen granules obtained through an enzymatic deantigenation process were used for this purpose. The graft was protected by a partially demineralized flexible cortical sheet that became flexible after hydration.
Subsequent follow-up at 6 months showed complete remodeling of the graft with patient bone.