When is a bone replacing material necessary?
In cases of a partial bone loss in certain zones, due to an infection process or different bone defection, due to certain manipulations. A bone replacing material may be grafted in order to regenerate the lost bone and restore the proper faction contour.
How does the material look like?
The bone replacement material is a small white granules, either animal made or synthetically made. There is no chance of rejecting the material.
What does the surgery look like?
Firstly a local anaesthesia is applied. A gingival cut is made I order to visualise the bone defect, which then is cleaned and the material is ready to be grafted. After this process is done a membrane is placed and stitched. The results then are monitored in six months, using radiographs.