Asia-Pacific Markets for Dental Bone Graft Substitues and Barrier Membranes 2015 (Forecasted to 2021) – MedSuite
The loss of bone can cause discomfort and prevent patients from receiving dental implants. Bone grafting
procedures using bone graft substitutes (BGS) are performed to repair bone loss. Bone grafting can be
performed during periodontal procedures in an attempt to save a tooth, or during a dental implant
procedure to replace a tooth. Tissue engineering products and dental membranes can be used in
conjunction with BGS to increase the rate and extent of bone regeneration.
- Year: 2015
- Scope: 2011-2021
- Region: Asia-Pacific
- Published Date: 04/01/2015
- Pages: 249
- Type: MedSuite
Dental bone graft substitutes are used for packing the space left by missing bone, and for stimulating the
growth of new bone. In addition to these functions, the use of BGS has proven to be an efficient way to
enhance bonding, healing and longevity in traditional dental implants. The volume of BGS used in a bone
grafting procedure depends on the location and size of the bone that needs repair. In general, far less bone
graft material is used in a dental procedure compared to in an orthopedic bone grafting procedure.
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