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How New Bone Grafting Materials are Advancing Dental Implant Care

As experts in cutting-edge dental implant placement and restoration, the surgeons and prosthodontists at Nevada OMS strive to incorporate innovative technologies benefiting patients. 

One significant area involves advances in bone grafting materials supporting implant integration through rebuilding lost alveolar bone where teeth once resided. Proper osseous contours provide anchoring platforms maximizing implant success rates and longevity. 

Traditional autografts harvesting bone from a patient’s hip or other anatomical location carry donor site pain/morbidity risks while allografts utilizing banked donor bone face incorporation delays during remodeling. Newer synthetic graft options now provide viable alternatives. 

Biosorbable collagen and calcium phosphate membranes function as absorbable barriers isolating defects during healing, slowing soft tissue integration, and enabling bone formation within. Additionally, demineralized freeze-dried allograft dentin matrices containing osteoinductive bone morphogenic proteins (BMPs) promote faster bone ingrowth. 

Recombinant human BMPs engineered through genetic expression systems like E. coli further boost osteoinduction. Exceptional options like OsteoGraf NT and INFUSE Bone Grafts containing recombinant BMP-2/7 avoid immune responses associated with traditional allografts while osteoinductivity rivals autogenous grafting. 

Alveolar ridge expansion techniques like cosmetic contouring, sinus lifts, or vertical bone regeneration posed new opportunities through regenerative materials. 3D printing now allows the construction of anatomically precise scaffolds guiding cell growth from computed tomography scan data customized for each defect. 

Pre-formed titanium implants integrate within biocompatible synthetic bone mineral constructs derived from rhBMP-2/7 or magnesium TCP/HA matrices showing reliable bone generation to place dental implants with shorter healing times.

At Nevada OMS, guided bone regeneration procedures utilizing these advanced synthetic options enable implant-supported reconstruction for many who otherwise face limitations. Their osseointegration performances paired with specialized surgical techniques now expand reconstructive options restoring full function through implant dentistry. 

Consultations explore maximizing personalized plans using revolutionary materials advancing the boundaries of successful dental implant placement and restorations. Transform your restoration potential by trusting our expertise in regenerative techniques.