Bone Grafts

Bone Reconstruction
When placing an implant, it is vital to have sufficient bone.
After losing a tooth, the jaw bone is being resorbed immediately and will continue shrinking throughout the years.
We can avoid bone resorbtion (“Socket Preservation”) and we can create bone where ever we need it (“Bone Graft/ Sinus Lift) with very advanced and save technologies.
We use sterile calcium particles, with which we mix growth factors and other good cells e.g. platelets, which we obtain from your blood sample, just minutes before we start the grafting procedure.
This procedure is called PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and it has been proven to create very dense bone, support a mature healing of the gum and to reduce any potential swelling.
The Calcium-PRP Mixture will be placed in the jaw bone, wherever the creation or preservation of bone is required.
PRP is a standard procedure at The Behrens Dental Practice.

Calcium Particles with PRP

  1. Microscopic structure of Calcium Granules
  2. In growth of blood vessels and bone-building cells
  3. Completed new dense bone regeneration
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