After a direct examination of the oral cavity and X-ray analysis, possible interventions and a treatment plan that would be implemented are discussed.
The goal is to achieve optimal aesthetics and function as well as the longevity of the procedure itself.
Hard and soft tissue augmentation are procedures in oral and periodontal surgery that serve to upgrade bone and/or associated gums in a region where it is missing after years of loss of surrounding tissue and one or more teeth. The purpose of these procedures is to get a good bone ridge with healthy gums for the placement of dental implants or around teeth whose periodontitis has damaged the surrounding tissue. Often, if the condition allows, it is possible to perform the placement of dental implants with bone augmentation in one procedure, thus shortening the number of procedures that need to be performed for successful therapy.
Dental implants are surgeries that are surgically implanted in the bones of the upper or lower jaw and serve as supports for crowns and bridges or dentures. The implant is placed in the patient's bone. If it is found that there is not enough bone, then the bone is upgraded either by various methods of augmentation or by raising the sinuses. If the condition allows, it is possible to load the implant with a tooth or implants with a bridge or prosthesis within 48 hours. If it is not possible to load the implants immediately, then wait for the lower jaw between 2-3 months and for the upper between 4-6 months. the patient decides in agreement with the therapist.
PRGF® ENDORET® technology or plasma enriched with growth factors is the most advanced system on the market for obtaining your own plasma rich in growth factors. It is based on the use of the patient's own cells with biological activity, growth factors, and fibrin biomaterial to stimulate and accelerate tissue healing and regeneration.
This is a 100% biocompatible technology with excellent diversity, safety, and efficiency. The potential of this technology stems from the effect of growth factor from the patient's platelets, which, among other things, includes VEGF, FGF, PDGF, TGF-B, EGF, IGF-I. These factors influence a number of biological processes that promote cell migration, growth, and morphogenesis, reduce pain and the inflammatory component and accelerate wound recovery after any surgical procedure.
In our country, it is used for tooth extraction, implant placement, bone augmentation as well as for lifting the bottom of the maxillary sinus, and in all other surgical procedures in aesthetic medicine for the restoration of collagen in the skin of the face and neck.