Dental Bone Augmentation

What is Dental Bone Augmentation?

Guided tissue regeneration is a treatment performed by specialists with the aim of forming new tissue in the absence or loss of it. Dental bone augmentation or guided bone regeneration consists on the formation of new bone due to the loss or lack of bone. When a person suffers the loss of their teeth, the bone begins to be progressively reabsorbed. Finally, in some cases you will have enough bone to get an implant and, in others, you will not. When there is not enough bone mass, it is necessary to carry out a dental bone augmentation technique. One of the main advantages of this technique is that it allows dental implants to be placed in areas with little bone or, directly, without bone.

Osteophoenix’s Occlusive System is an alternative to the traditional techniques. One of the great benefits of this system is its simplicity, biological foundation and customization. Occlusive System offers a natural regeneration from the patient's blood, in response to the need for a bone graft, which in many cases generates a wide variety of complications.

Moreover, by using CAD-CAM technology, the design and manufacture of the device is custom-made to each person, which enables wide precision and adaptation to their needs. In addition, the system includes a biomodel with which the professional can prepare his surgery in advance and the patient will have the possibility to observe how it will look on his bone.

With the vision of expanding our dental market, in recent years we have been working on the development of osteosynthesis screws and the titanium foils, finally obtaining all the certifications for their commercialization.

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Osteosynthesis Screws

Titanium screws of different sizes. Special designs to anchor in the bone and maintain any type of membrane/device for dental bone augmentation.

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Biomodels simplify the surgical treatment, reduces the time in the operating room and aids the specialist to reach better results.