Implant dentistry has evolved to become heavily prosthetically and esthetically driven. To achieve ideal results, we need adequate bone to be present. Often bone needs to be created to achieve ideal bone dimensions. With so many regenerative materials and techniques out there, what’s the best approach? Cost, morbidity, efficiency, predictably all way in on this question. But probably the most important factor we should ask ourselves, “what will give me the most vital bone”. Implants integrate into vital bone, not particles. You need a blood supply, vitality to give an implant a fighting chance. Autogenous grafting techniques give vital bone, but often require secondary surgical sites and/or result in more post op discomfort. Advanced regenerative products have been developed that can help achieve substantial dimensions of vital bone. We will dive into why vital bone is important, and how we can regenerate bone for long-lasting implant health.
Understand why vital bone is important
Understand how to achieve vital bone by using the OSSIX® family of biomaterials.
Sausha Toghranegar DMD, MS
Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. Dr. Sausha Toghranegar is originally from Tampa, FL where he currently practices. He graduated dental school from Nova Southeastern University. He then continued on at Nova to pursue his Master’s degree and complete his periodontal residency. Dr. Sausha focuses the majority of his practice to hard/soft tissue augmentation and implant dentistry. He emphasizes the use of digital tools and 3D technology to bring optimal and predictable care to his patients.
The OSSIX® line of safe and effective regenerative solutions is set to change the way you work and the way your patients feel.