Dental implants require a certain quality and quantity of bone for support and proper integration.
Dental implants success is contingent upon the initial condition of the jaw bone, width, height and quality.
Various factors ,such as infections or traumatic extractions, may reduce bone mass and consequently damage the conditions required for a successful implant to take place. In these situations, bone grafting can be performed as a preliminary stage to the dental implant, or during the the insertion of the the implants to the jaw.
These days, different bone substitutes are used with cutting-edge techniques to create an optimal base for dental implant integration.One of the bone grafting methods involves utilizing bone obtained from the same individual receiving the graft, which can result in additional risks.