Ferdinando Attanasio,1 Andrea Pacifici ,2 Amerigo Giudice ,1 Antonella Polimeni,2 and Luciano Pacifici2
1Department of Health Sciences, Magna Graecia, University of Catanzaro, Catanzaro, Italy 2Department of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Science, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome 00100, Italy Correspondence should be addressed to Andrea Pacifici; andrea.pacifici@uniroma1.it Received 14 June 2019; Accepted 27 August 2019; Published 17 September 2019 Academic Editor: Giuseppe Alessandro Scardina
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Alveolar ridge deficiency is considered a major limitation for successful implant placement. Various approaches have been developed to horizontal augmentation of bone volume. This case report presents the medium-term results of one-stage guided bone augmentation using an anorganic bovine bone (70%) and autologous bone (30%), placed in layers, in association with resorbable collagen membrane for a subsequent implant placement. The patient presented with a localized horizontal ridge defect in the posterior zone of the jaw. The clinical and radiographic presentations, as well as relevant literature, are presented.