The effect of bone regeneration on the success of dental implants

Dental Implants Bio3The development of dental implants has reached a level when a successful treatment process has become the obligatory rule. It is now possible because all participants of the processes of the dental implant manufacturing and application are responsible for the results of their work. Manufacturing companies are particular about quality of implants, dental implantologists – about their placement and patients – about care for their health. Many factors negatively affecting dental implants have been eliminated in such a simple way. The amount and quality of jawbone have always been one of these factors. This condition has always been one of the most decisive for the success of dental implants. Because sufficient bone volume allows the implant with properly selected size to be a stable and reliable support for dentures for many years.

There are different methods of bone healing, its regeneration and transplantation. Some of them are used in order to add the amount of bone tissue, and some of them – to bypass certain anatomical obstruction for dental implants. Why is so important to restore bone volume? After all, there is quite a wide range of different implant systems which can be applied in cases with inadequate bone volume. However, not all of these implant systems can withstand the required load, that is why a dental implantologist must take into account all the indications and contraindications in order to choose the correct technique and determine the clinical situation that requires bone grafting.

Bone grafting is required to repair potential dental implant sites with inadequate bone volume due to previous extractions or tooth loss, especially, in the chewing area.

Thus, bone grafting may be needed to ensure successful implant placement.  Nowadays the restoration of bone tissue has become an integral part of the dental implant procedure. Bone loss or atrophy occurs in any case of tooth absence. It was an insuperable barrier for dental implantologists for a long time in early stages of implant development.

Nevertheless, dental implantologists were interested to overcome these irreversible physiological changes but today due to bone regeneration methods the  bone can be restored in a short period of  time, even without the use of additional painful for the patient transplant operations  of bone blocks taken from the patient. It allows not only to place implants of optimal length and diameter for each clinical case, but also affect their durability and stability, and thus the success of the whole process of dental implants.

The choice of material for dental implants or bone regeneration depends on goals set before the dental implantologist. They are the filling of bone defects or restoration of transplanted bone. Different goals – different materials. The specialists of the company Bio3 Implants, taking into account all these details, recommend to choose materials for bone regeneration with all responsibility, only then it will bring a guaranteed success to the whole process of dental  implants.