Sutureless Socket Membraneswith Oral Bond
The sutureless membrane technique begins with atraumatic extraction. (see Atraumatic Tooth Extraction)
After the roots are elevated, the interradicular septum is removed. Removal of the interradicular septum facilitates early implant placement in 4 weeks. For any multirooted tooth that will receive an early implant, the interradicular septum should be removed to prevent the septum from displacing the drill during preparation of the osteotomy for the early implant. Remove any granulation tissue but please do not destroy the socket bone by introducing trauma to the bone or applying any lasers or chemicals. (See Killing Regeneration)
Envelope flaps are made buccal and lingual and the d-PTFE membrane is inserted in the lingual flap to exclude saliva. Socket Graft Injectable is filling the socket. Socket Graft in trays can also be used.
The membrane is tucked under the buccal flap and the site is prepared for bonding with Oral Bond. Please note the gauze in the buccal and lingual to retain the Oral Bond from flowing past the surgical site when applied.