Barriers Occlusive

Dental Bone Augmentation

The occlusive barrier is a biomedical device made of medical-grade titanium; designed and manufactured according to the patient’s needs, allowing for bone regeneration. It is used for patients who have suffered from bone loss, and, thus, cannot be considered candidates for the traditional rehabilitation methods using implants.

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Occlusive barriers for bone regeneration

An occlusive barrier is recommended when no teeth remain, or when there is not sufficient bone to insert an implant or dental prostheses. Thus, the desired effect is the formation of bone, in order to later be able to insert dental implants, for the patient´s oral rehabilitation.

There is another option which is to place the implants with the barrier to regenerate around them.

Types of Occlusive barrier

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Occlusive barrier complete arch

The complete arch barrier is intended for bone growth in a space of more than 7 teeth.

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Occlusive barrier half arch

The half arch occlusive barrier is intended for bone growth in a space of 4 to 6 teeth.

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Occlusive barrier 2 to 3 teeth

The occlusive barrier for 2 to 3 teeth is intended for bone growth in a space of 2 to 3 teeth.

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Occlusive barrier 1 tooth

The occlusive barrier for 1 tooth is intended for bone growth in a space of 1 tooth.

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" With occlusive barriers I do more complicated things with less complications. They have been a before and after in what I can achieve and how ".

Unai Guerrero

Implantologist - Grupo CDB

Biscay - Spain

" Thanks to occlusive barriers, I can solve cases that would have required zygomatic implants or complex surgical techniques, further we not only regenerate hard tissues, but also soft tissues ".

Pedro Box

Implantologist - Clínica Dental Box Serrano

Alicante - Spain

" The occlusive barrier is an excellent technique, fully grounded in biology. It has allowed me to reduce the number of surgeries necessary for the same case ".

Lucio Milillo

Implantologist - Clínica Dental Lucio Milillo

Bari - Italy

" A biology-based technique that guarantees the patient's bone regeneration and that with a relatively simple learning curve allows complex cases to be treated ".

Paolo Mazzotta

Implantologist - Studio Dentistico Dr. Paolo Mazzotta

Lecce - Italy

" The technique of bone regeneration through barriers, has brought me great surgical successes, satisfaction and saved me time of work and trauma for the patients ".

Lara Castillo

Implantologist - LCM Clínica Dental

Madrid - Spain

" Since using the occlusive barrier technique, I have managed to solve cases for which I previously would have needed very complex surgical techniques with reserved prognoses ".

Firas Alarcón

Implantologist - Clínica Dental FibeMedic

Sevilla La Nueva, Madrid - Spain

" The barrier technique in bone regeneration has allowed me to carry out treatments that before I would not even consider. It is the best way to take advantage of what nature gives us ".

Eduardo Orive

Implantologist - Clínica Dental Orive

Bilbao - Spain

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Why use barriers and not other means?

The occlusive barrier is designed and manufactured according to the patient’s needs, offering, primarily, three advantages over fillings other current materials used to resolve bone loss problems:

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The regeneration process happens naturally, giving the bone space to carry out normal biological processes, instead of introducing foreign materials to the body, that, in most cases, generate inflammation, are unsuccessful, or, if they work, are completely absorbed into the body within 18-24 months. The process of creating an occlusive barrier is between 5 and 7 months.


The design process, is carried out using CAD/CAM tools, analysis tools, and studies on the patient´s anatomy, and the manufacturing process using a sintering laser, which allows for complicated, lightweight structures of high precision. This results in lightweight anatomical devices, which are easily manipulated and adapted for each patient and specialist in the surgical proceedings

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The custom-made occlusive barriers are devices that form part of a complete solution, which allows a professional to plan the patient´s treatment entirely, from diagnosis to rehabilitation, with virtual surgical planning tools and surgical guides, and the ability to determine, amongst other things, the amount of tissue desired or needed according to the case.

Barrier design and manufacturing process

The process of developing these custom-made occlusive barriers involves a series of technological processes and techniques, beginning the moment that the diagnostic image is produced in 3 dimensions, leading to the installation of the medical device.

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