Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is applied to the patient’s jawbone to increase the bone material if there isn’t enough bone material. Reinforcing the implant treatment there must have enough bone material in the jaw bone. If there is an extracted or cracked tooth (or teeth) in that part of the jaw and not any implicated prosthesis in the time, it causes bone loss. Therefore it is necessary to increase the bone level. If there is little bone loss while adding bone graft it can be inserted the implant at the same time.

Treatments of various natural materials derived from human bone tissue grafts have been fitted to the granules of the bones are placed in the patient’s jawbone.

After 3-6 months of healing period, the crowns are inserted on the implants.