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Artificial bone graft in gums

Gum bone grafting treatments for dental implant surgery are undoubtedly one of the most wonderful and fascinating areas of dentistry in the world. If you suffer from a jaw bone defect and have not previously been able to undergo dental implants, medical technology today allows you to actually produce alternative bone tissue and subsequently successfully implant a dental implant that has an aesthetic and functioning artificial tooth installed. It's about a real revolution!

The video of the implant process!

* The video is for illustrative purposes only

Why is there a deficiency of jaw bone tissue?

have a successful, effective and safe dental implant, you must have enough bone tissue to hold the implant in place and it will be fully fixed on it. Bone deficiency conditions are an obstacle, but today's bone grafting technologies allow you to overcome what used to be a barrier for many dental implants. Common situations that actually cause a deficiency include, for example:

  • Gum diseases that damage bone tissue and cause some of it to be absorbed and disappear.
  • When a tooth is missing for a long period, it causes a natural process of bone loss under that missing tooth. So when we come to do a dental implant, there won't be enough bone in the area.
  • In situations of missing tooth in the upper jaw or for other reasons, the maxillary sinus cavity moves downward and approaches the gums. This condition requires an artificial bone graft because an implant cannot be inserted in the absence of sufficient bone tissue and must not be penetrated with the implant into the sinus cavity.

How does it work?

As mentioned earlier, the process of making artificial bone implants in dentistry today is nothing short of revolutionary. There are relatively long-standing treatments that have been around for some twenty years and there are more innovative processes that are proven, approved and especially high quality. The therapeutic procedure itself is determined by the individual case and by various professional parameters.

The essence of gum bone graft treatment involves the insertion of a dedicated, bone-like material into the relevant space to which a dental implant is intended later. The jawbones are relatively spongy bone tissue, which is an important detail to understand the implantation process and the nature of the materials used.

To perform bone graft or gum bone production, gum space must be accessed at the appropriate location. This is done by making a suitable surgical incision or immediately after tooth extraction in some cases. The materials with which artificial bone grafting is performed are advanced, bone-based materials in many cases. The artificial bone material is injected or applied to the treated area and closes the opening with a dedicated and sophisticated biological membrane that holds the material in place.

Gum bone graft - magic occurs

Now the "magic", the implanted artificial bone material, begins to work and activate the body's systems, which in turn produces new bone tissue that replaces the artificial material and remains in a real and functioning bone area. There are substances that are a permanent bone replacement. After an appropriate healing time, a dental implant can be inserted which will be well absorbed and held in place by the new bone tissue.

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