Prolonged absence of teeth leads to atrophy of the jaw, which can only be restored by performing bone grafting. This surgical procedure is also called osteoplasty. Its principle is to artificially grow the missing jaw cells.
Direct indication for surgery is implantation. The success of the restoration of the dentition directly depends on the state of the bone tissue – the more, the better the healing process. The implant takes root faster, and the risk of rejection is minimized, but this is not all the benefits.
The procedure stops the process of destruction of the gums during periodontal disease. By increasing the bone tissue to natural volumes, it is possible to restore the former oval of the face, to improve the chewing function, to level the bite, to prevent problems with digestion, speech, to eliminate birth defects.
The modern level of development of dentistry allows you to speed up the process of recovery after the procedure and make it painless. Swiss Dent immediately uses four advanced techniques of osteoplasty, each of which is chosen for a specific patient.
How is bone grafting done in a Swiss Dent clinic
Doctors at the SwissDent clinic begin any intervention with a thorough examination of the patient’s jaw. German computer equipment guarantees diagnostic accuracy. Tomography and panoramic images provide comprehensive information about the state of the bone tissue.
For clarity, a plastic model of the patient’s jaw is created. For this, bite casts are taken. In the course of the discussion, our specialist talks about problem areas in simple words, after which he offers the most optimal treatment options.
If a decision is made to conduct bone grafting, the patient is sent for testing. This step eliminates chronic diseases and identifies possible sources of allergies. In the presence of osteoporosis or blood diseases, the implantation procedure will be carried out with the use of special drugs.
In the absence of contraindications, such as pregnancy, AIDS, diseases of the nervous system, inflammations of the oral cavity, the best option for increasing bone tissue is selected. Dentistry Swiss Dent actively applies four methods, each of which has its own characteristics.
What bone graft is shown on implantation
The following bone tissue restoration techniques are used in Swiss Dent dentistry:
- Autogenous. A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient’s lower jaw. The resulting material is placed in a centrifuge. After the manipulations in the blood, fibrin is formed. Platelet-rich blood is placed in an atrophied area, after which the process of releasing leukocytes and the formation of new tissues begins
- Artificial buildup. A round-shaped bone implant is placed in the patient’s gum to compensate for the atrophied area. The implant was developed in laboratory conditions and was named Maxgraft bonering. Full recovery takes a few months. </ Li>
- Sinus lifting. Additional space for implant implantation is formed by raising the maxillary sinus. The peculiarity is that the resulting space is filled with specially prepared bone material.
- Donor transplant. The material with this technique is taken from a person who is biologically compatible with the patient. This technique is the most time-consuming and difficult because it requires the study of the body of two people at once.
The recovery period after surgery takes from 6 months to a year.
Plastic in dentistry Swiss Dent: how to spend
Specialists of the Kiev clinic are ready to provide free advice by phone, listed on the site. For a more detailed study you need to make an appointment with a doctor. They will diagnose here, make a diagnosis, and only then will they suggest the best option for plastics.
The price of gum build-up depends on the complexity of the disease, as well as personal preferences and medical characteristics of the patient. You can find us at:
- Left Bank, Kiev, st. Boryspil 4,
- Right Bank, Kiev, st. Zhilyanskaya, 47,
- Brovary: st. Kiev 245 (forest quarter)