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Guided Tissue Regeneration

What is guided tissue regeneration?

Guided tissue regeneration is a term for treatments that attempt to regenerate lost periodontal attachments. These defects could have been caused by periodontitis in the first place. However, the regeneration process does not treat the initial cause of periodontitis which is why the periodontal treatment should come before the guided tissue regeneration.

Guided bone regeneration is a concept attempting to regenerate the supporting bone around the tooth. It usually involves ridge augmentation or bone regeneration procedures.

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YOUR FIRST CONSULT

During your initial visit, our dental team will take x-rays and a 3D OPG scans to receive detailed insights into your case. Following your consultation, you will be given an itemised treatment plan to take home with you.

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Before

This patient presented with a bone deficiency. This means, the jaw bone was too thin and soft to keep a future implant in place.

After

Dr Franck Page performed a bone graft under a titanium reinforced membrane to enhance the bone profile to make an implant restoration of the site possible. The image was taken 4 months post-op.

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