Drill autogenous bone quick and easy

Simple and quick autogenous bone harvesting by autobone collector

By: Gyu-Jang Cho


Introduction

It is essential to be familiar with autogenous bone grafting for quality of implant surgery. The donor site is the area adjacent to the implant, Torus of the maxilla or mandible, maxillary tuberosity, sinus wall, zygomatic bone, symphysis or ramus. instruments such as trephine drill, mallet & chisel, bone scarper, or saw have been used for bone grafting.


Purpose

This report describes simple and quick autogenous bone harvesting by Autobone Collector (Osstem, Korea).


Materials & Methods

Design Concept – 2 stage locking structure – Stopper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autobone Collector is composed of bone collection drill and titanium cage which function as stopper and container of collected bone. There are three kinds of drills: 5, 6, 7mm, as well as different sized corresponding titanium cages (stoppers).

Case : we present a 66-year-old man’s treatment for loss of implant fixtures (#16i, 17i).

 

intra oral images
Fig. 3. A) The Implant failure area was covered with mucosa. B) After flap reflection, bone defects were observed around the site. C,D,E) Re- implant surgery was done using
Osstem TS III SA ®™4.5 X 7 mm implants. F,G,H) From maxillary tuberosity, Autogenous bone was harvested by Autobone Collector. I,J) Bone graft with autogenous bone, AOss
(Osstem) and Bio-Gide (Geistlich, Switzerland)

Fig. 3. A) The Implant failure area was covered with mucosa. B) After flap reflection, bone defects were observed around the site. C,D,E) Re- implant surgery was done using Osstem TS III SA ®™4.5 X 7 mm implants. F,G,H) From maxillary tuberosity, Autogenous bone was harvested by Autobone Collector. I,J) Bone graft with autogenous bone, AOss (Osstem) and Bio-Gide (Geistlich, Switzerland)

There was a the vertical and horizontal bone defect after flap reflection. So, we harvested autogenous bone with AutoBone Collector from maxillary tuberosity. But, it was necessary to use additionally an inorganic bovine xenograft (A-Oss, Osstem)


Results

This report describes simple and quick autogenous bone harvesting by Autobone Collector (Osstem, Korea). We could see vertical and horizontal bone augmentation at the implant site. There was no fixture’s mobility and the healing state of the soft tissue was also good.


Conclusion

Due to the use of AutoBone Collector’s stopper, it is possible to set the appropriate bone depth of the donor site. ABC is also excellent in durability. It can collect autogenous bone just near the operation site through extension of the flap slightly, does not require bone mill or bone crusher, and can minimize loss of collected bone. The AutoBone Collector is considered to be convenient for bone collection anywhere on the intraoral donor site.

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