Bone Regeneration Repair and Growth
Tooth loss causes both bone and gum tissue to collapse into the void. The gum tissue grows faster than the bone, filling in the hole. We can prevent the gums from entering the gap by placing a barrier. This will allow the bone time to repair. Bone regeneration is often employed to improve the teeth' supporting tissues, which have been damaged by periodontal disease. To restore or restructure a bone, bone surgery may be necessary. In addition to the patient's bone or synthetic bone, special membranes may also be utilized.