*Corresponding author:Alessandro Rossi, Unit of Oral Surgery, Department of Health Sciences - Santi Paolo & Carlo Hospital, University of Milan, Italy Via Beldiletto 1 - 20142 Milan, Italy
Received: June 01, 2018; Published: June 08, 2018
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The reconstruction of maxillo-mandibular defects following resection for tumors with autogenous bone grafts has been demonstrated to be a reliable technique with good long-term results. Implants placed in the reconstructed areas were demonstrated to integrate normally, with success and survival rates comparable to those obtained with implants placed in native bone. The authors present an explicative case of this type of surgical and prosthetic rehabilitation.
Keywords: Fibrous dysplasia; Bone graft; Dental implant; Resective surgery