Top 5 best cases (2021) with Bluem topical oral oxygen therapy
Throughout the year, we see beautiful cases pass by on our Facebook community: BlueM International Community for Craftsmanship (BICC). BICC is a network of enthusiastic, dental professionals sharing case studies and knowledge about the use of blue®m topical oral oxygen therapy. We always encourage every dental professional worldwide to share complex oral problems or severe wound healing.
We thought it would be a good opportunity to select a top 5 from all these wonderful cases and inspire you and convince you about the use of blue®m topical oral oxygen therapy.
Case 1 by Dr. Stavros Pelekanos
Dr. Stavros Pelekanos: Single central incisor
Case 2 by Dr. Howard Gluckman
Dr. Howard Gluckman: Visual learning series.
3 Dimensional bone augmentation utilising autogenous bone blocks harvested from the ramus.
✓ Bone block is split into two parts. And cut back and shaped to fit the area to be grafted.
✓ The bone is screwed into the place with bone screws and the edges smoothed to fit the defect.
✓ The buccal bone block is scored and then kerfed to allow it to bend along the vertical bone block.
✓ Bone chips are then packed into place to fill the void.
✓ Soft tissue is sutures along the suture line to act as a second layer of protection against wound dehiscence.
✓ PRF covers the graft to act as further coverage of the bone and soft tissue.
✓ A periosteal releasing incision is made to get good soft tissue closure. That is passive.
✓ The patient will wait 4 months for bone healing before implants will be placed.
Case 3 by Dr. Peter Fairbairn
Dr. Peter Fairbairn: Interesting case …….Blue M always
Case 4 by Dr. Alberto Miselli
Dr. Alberto Miselli: In all cases where there is a wound, the quality of healing must be controlled, avoiding the proliferation of bacteria in the area. The systematic use of BlueM gel on the wound (minimum 3 times a day) will be the difference!
Case 5 by Dr. Minas Leventis
Dr. Minas Leventis: A straightforward immediate placement/immediate loading case with stable results one year post-op. As always Bluem gel as part of the protocol to assist the soft tissue healing and for disinfection of the implant platform/abutment interface at each connection/disconnection of the prosthetic components.