How is dental autotransplantation carried out?

How is dental autotransplantation carried out?

Tooth Autotransplantation

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Dental implantation

Hello, I am interested in a few questions about transplanting your own teeth.

1. If a wisdom tooth was removed a year ago, is it possible to transplant it now instead of another tooth?

2. If the donor tooth has caries, is it possible to transplant it?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
April, 2021

Teeth autotransplantation does not exist. A transplant is an organ transplant, in this case teeth. The prefix "auto" means that the organ is the person himself. To put it simply, one tooth is taken and transplanted to another place - this does not happen. But if a tooth is knocked out, in a number of situations it is possible to return it to its place - in the same hole.

But in dentistry there is the concept of "autotransplantation". For example, bone tissue or gum tissue. In the first case, a piece of bone is taken (usually from the area of ​​the palate or wisdom teeth) and transplanted to the desired place - such an operation often precedes a single dental implantation, when there is not enough space for the implant. The second option is a gum transplant. Such an operation is also needed for implantation: a small piece of the mucous membrane is borrowed and transplanted to a new place, usually in the area of ​​the crown on the implant - this is how the gum plastic is performed.

Answer 2
April, 2021

Good afternoon.

  1. I didn't quite understand the question. Do you keep a tooth removed a year ago? The removed wisdom tooth must be transplanted as quickly as possible into the receptor area. The faster the donor tooth is in the well of the donor zone, the greater the likelihood of the success of the procedure. To minimize the time the tooth is outside the oral cavity, in advance, before the operation, according to the computed tomography data, a sterilithographic model of the wisdom tooth is printed on a 3D printer and the well of the receptive zone is prepared. In this way, the wisdom tooth is removed and immediately placed in the prescription socket.
  2. Possible in cases where caries is not large and within the coronal part of the tooth without moving to the root zone. This tooth decay can be treated by strengthening the tooth in its new place.

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