When is bone grafting necessary for dental implants?

Date: 31/05/2018 / Author: Ms Trúc

Bone Graft is one of the techniques that assist implant implants to restore bone loss due to periodontitis, loss of teeth, loss of bone, loss of bone, or dental implant. Long-term is the most common cause (in the first 3 years after the loss of teeth, the jaw bone is 40 to 60%). When need a bone graft to implant a dental implant to achieve good dental implant quality?

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Bone grafting is one of the techniques that assist implants implant to restore lost bones

Consequences of tooth loss

- Loss of teeth makes it difficult to eat chewing

- Loss of teeth leading to degenerative jaw bone (jaw bone)

- Loss of teeth can make you premature aging

- Loss of teeth affects the remaining teeth

- Loss of teeth also affects the sinus

- Some people have headache due to tooth loss

When missing teeth, implant restoration is an optimal choice, but when the length and width of the jaw do not meet the force needed to support implant, it is required to perform bone graft.

Bone grafting material

Manual bone grafting: The bone is removed from another part of the patient's own body (bone in the hip, jaw bone, chin bone, skull) grafted to bone. This type of bone graft is often foreseeable because it is already an inherent part of the body. 
Artificial bone grafting is a type of bone that is inserted into the implant socket. This type of bone is also very effective and safe.

Artificial bone is used to produce Cerasorb M bone Germany, the main ingredient is beta-tricalcium phosphate, which can dissolve itself. Cerasorb M is a synthetic porcelain material that is biologically compatible with 99% pure phase. Porous state with interconnected porosities including tiny, medium and large holes; polygonal particles, total porosity up to 88%. These properties ensure optimal adaptation and dissolution during bone regeneration.

Epi Bone Membrane - Guide

Promotes wound healing

- Artificial and re-absorbed

- 3 sizes

- 3 classes

Epi-Guide is a unique bio-reabsorber with a variety of applications in GBR and bone regeneration.

Dr. Vo Van Nhan performs a bone graft 

The results and methods may vary depending on the individual's physical condition

Biological compatibility:

Epi-guide consists of lactic acid sequences. The chain structure (D, DL, L-polylactide) decomposes into carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O). This polylactic acid (PLA) is safe and non-toxic has been shown in several toxicity and in vitro studies and in the study of biocompatibility in some animal species as well as in human studies. PLA is a non-active immune. Because of their biological and mechanical nature, the PLA chain has been used in a wide variety of treatments for many years, always showing its biocompatibility, bioavailability, and non-toxicity. calculated.

Bone grafting technique

The major bone grafting techniques are bone grafts, bone grafts, bone grafts, and bone grafts.

Healing mechanism

When a bone graft is implanted: artificial bone is implanted around the lack of bone, creating space for the bone to grow itself, then the artificial bone will dissolve itself. In each month, the bone itself will grow by 1mm so it takes 6 months to develop new bone to implant implants and need 3 to 6 months to repair the implant.

In case of lack of bone, Implant and bone graft can be implanted at the same time.

If bone grafting itself, time is similar to artificial bone graft.


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