Dental bone grafting: implants in low bone jawbones

Lack of bone is a common problem that prevents the placement of dental implants. In the past, the bone grafts were from the patient himself, which caused 2 surgical wounds and highly variable results.
Currently, thanks to minimally invasive techniques, without pain, and the appearance of bone substitutes, it is possible to place dental implants in areas without bone.

Before and after dental bone grafting

18-year-old patient who has lost two teeth. After a minimally invasive intervention, it is possible to increase bone mass through bone substitutes. Subsequently, after the integration of the graft, we placed two fixed teeth with dental implants.

At Clinica Pronova, we offer different types of dental implant treatments

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