The technique to recover your bone structure efficiently and naturally.
Various situations or pathologies can cause the loss of bone in the jaws. The most common cause is natural resorption after tooth loss, but it can also be caused by infections or by old dental implants that have caused problems.
The bone graft is used to place dental implants when the maxillofacial bone structure of the patient is not enough to serve as support for these. Its objective is to reconstruct the lost bone to allow the placement of the dental implants that will replace the lost teeth.
There are a multitude of bone regeneration techniques, but in general, the bone graft consists of using the patient’s own bone (from other parts of the mouth or body) or special biomaterials that are placed in the areas to be regenerated through the bone. oral surgery