For a good, long-term prognosis for secure teeth, implants need a healthy and stable foundation.
Teeth that have been missing for a long period, periodontitis or inflammatory processes can lead to a reduction of the bones in the jaw. A so-called bone augmentation can be performed to securely anchor the implant. Autologous bone (bone from your own body) or scientifically examined and/or clinically prepared alternative bone material can be used to augment bone within the jaw. We use strictly conservative methods – first augmentation, then implantation – because we know from experience that this is the most stable method over the long-term.