Guided bone grafting can restore the natural contours of the teeth and gums in a natural way to ensure dental implant stability.
Sometimes, due to infection, tooth decay or bone shrinkage, there may not be enough bone to place implants effectively for the long term.
In such circumstances, Dr Stavros will carry out bone grafting. This is a surgical procedure that ensures there is sufficient bone to place dental implants, whilst revitalising and rejuvenating the appearance of the face.
During the procedure, Dr Stavros will place a material into the area where there is insufficient bone to promote bone regeneration.
Guided bone regeneration is the procedure where a membrane is placed over the bone graft material providing an environment that is conducive to bone regeneration. The membrane also protects the site from scar tissue.Back to Treatments