We at Farber Center, perform dental bone grafts when bone has been lost or more bone is needed to bulk up your jaw for additional support. To increase the amount of bone in a jaw, we take bone from elsewhere in the body and surgically fuse it with existing bone in the jaw. Using your own bone, also known as an autograft, promotes faster healing and new bone formation. This is the most natural form of grafting.
The composition of dentin, the natural bio-active material in teeth, is almost indistinguishable from bone, which allows the two to fuse together, forming a strong scaffold. Dentin contains growth factors and BMPs (Bone Morphogenic Protein) which enable fast bone healing and soft tissue response. Its excellent and dense bone quality delivers predictable bone remodeling and enhances implant stability.