VIDEO: Bone Graft for Dental Implant

Bone grafting is the only solution to reverse dental bone loss and is a well-accepted procedure required in one in every four dental implants.

A bone graft is defined as a living tissue capable of promoting bone healing, transplanted into a bony defect, either alone or in combination with other materials.

A bone substitute is a natural or synthetic material, often containing only a mineralized bone matrix with no viable cells, that is able to achieve the same purpose. 

The use of bone grafts and substitutes in dentistry have markedly increased in recent years due to advancements in dental implantology and the growing need for repair of craniofacial bony defects.

The four fundamental biological properties of osseointegration, osteogenesis, osteoconduction, and osteoinduction, are paramount in performing this role effectively.


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