Following tooth extractions
Bone defects occur following tooth extractions. The defect will heal untreated. Filling the wound (free from inflammation) with the bone grafting material NanoBone® supports the body’s own healing process. The bone lost as a result of the extraction is thus regenerated and the original shape of the jawbone is retained.
To stabilize implants
An implant is a synthetic root to which a synthetic crown can be attached. Implants require strong and stable underlying bone tissue to keep them secure. Once teeth have been missing for a prolonged period of time, the jawbone shrinks and no longer provides a suitable basis for an implant. NanoBone® stabilizes and strengthens the underlying bone tissue and makes an implant possible.
Periodontal diseases are caused by inflammation of the gums. In the long-term, they lead to bone degeneration; loosening of the teeth is also often symptomatic. There is a wide range of possible reconstructive measures. A surgical alternative is to correct larger pockets by filling them with the bone grafting material NanoBone®
NanoBone® ensures the tooth can be preserved following the removal of a cyst. The jawbone is kept stable by filling the resulting cavity in the bone with the bone grafting material. This allows rapid bone regeneration.