The bone reconstruction procedure has been carried out in our practice for many years. Bone reconstruction is often a preparatory or follow-up procedure and we use it during:
- planning of implant treatment, when the existing amount of bone is not sufficient for long-term, stable maintenance of the implant.
- after periodontitis, in order to preserve the existing dentition, which lost its stable anchorage due to the ongoing process of inflammation in the periodontium (bacterial plaque),
- bone reconstruction after extensive loss of hard tissues.
- reconstruction of the bone damaged during the performed procedures
- tooth root resection or cyst removal
The bone restoration materials we use are natural high-quality substitute materials. They show very similarities to human bones. Due to the high degree of porosity they accelerate the migration of osteocytes into the area of its implantation, and the crystalline structure of the material is a scaffolding for the patient’s self-restoring bone. It does not differ from the natural bone structure of the patient, allows its resorption and replacement with newly created bone tissue.