Using bone allograft in periodontics allows you to:
- Restore periodontium to save teeth instead of extracting them.
- Effectively restore bone in extraction sites and in periodontal pockets to support good oral and systemic health and to prevent fracture of the mandible.
- Achieve faster and stronger bone healing compared with using bone substitutes, because it provides both an osteoconductive scaffold and also osteoinductive growth factors (BMPs).1-5 No other bone graft substitute available on the market provides BOTH critical factors for speedy bone healing.
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✔ Tooth extractions
✔ Furcation defects
✔ Horizontal and vertical bone loss
✔ Fracture of the mandible
✔ Any other void filling or bone augmentation procedure that requires grafting