Grafts and bone regeneration
Older and younger patients have fewer atrophies of the jaw bone. With these patients it almost never occurs that there isn’t enough bone to insert the implants. In the last few years, oral surgery, based upon previous orthopedic grafts, has been committed to bone grafts with intra oral and extra oral samples and not to compensate bone deficiencies.
Following a specific appointment with the doctor and after having done all pertaining exams ,our specialists will be able to formulate a correct diagnosis. They will evaluate the feasibility of grafts, regenerating techniques for the reinstatement of the bone volume for the correct positioning of the implants and a stable and long lasting mobile prosthesis.