Bone Graft - Synthetic Bond Bone MIS by Boros
PRICE IS BASED ON THE TOOTH AREA. WE USE SYNTHETIC BONE, BONDBONE MIS BY BOROS.
Bondbone® is a novel synthetic bone graft material considered to be a breakthrough in the field of dental bone grafting. Bondbone® is composed of biphasic calcium sulfate, well-established and widely documented for its biocompatibility, osteoconductivity and bioresorbability. It is fast setting and its physical properties are not affected by the presence of blood and saliva.
01. WHAT CAUSES BONE LOSS?
The most common cause of bone loss is tooth loss left unreplaced, especially multiple teeth. Jawbone is preserved through the pressure and stimulus of chewing. When that is removed through tooth loss, the bone “resorbs” (reabsorbs) into the body. In the first year after tooth extraction, up to 25% of the bone structure can be lost, and this bone loss continues.
02. BONE LOSS
Replacing teeth with full or partial dentures doesn’t solve the problem. Dentures exert only about 10% of chewing pressure on the bone when compared to natural teeth. Removal of the molars in the upper jaw can cause additional resorption of the bone due to expansion of the sinus cavity. With no teeth in place, the air pressure in the sinus cavity can cause resorption of the bone lining the sinuses.
03. OTHER CAUSES OF BONE LOSS
• Misaligned teeth, creating a situation where normal chewing doesn’t occur, thus causing loss of the needed stimulus to the bone.
• Infection that damages the bone.
• A large tumor in the face may require removal of the tumor and some of the jaw.
04. BONE GRAFTING
05. PREVENTING BONE LOSS
A single-tooth implant or a dental bridge with three to four teeth supported by two implants provide a chewing power of 99% of natural bite force. A denture secured with dental implants, provides about 70% to 80% of normal biting force and helps considerably in preventing bone loss.