Lack of bone is a common problem that obstructs the placement of dental implants. In the past, the material for bone grafts was taken from the patient himself, which resulted in 2 surgical wounds and very variable results.
Currently, thanks to minimally invasive painless techniques and the appearance of bone substitutes, it is possible to place dental implants in areas without bone.
A 18-year-old patient who had lost two teeth. After a minimally invasive intervention, bone mass was increased by bone substitutes. Later, after the integration of the graft, we placed two fixed dental pieces.