Resection of the apex of a tooth root

If inflammation develops at the apex of the tooth root, it is often necessary to perform a resection procedure. The dental surgeon performs a procedure that removes the affected root tip and the surrounding tissue. This procedure results in a bone defect that can be effectively filled with a bone substitute.

Periodontal treatments

Here, we deal with bone atrophy caused by inflammation caused by bacterial deposits on the teeth. The resulting bone pockets are filled with a bone substitute preparation. Sometimes there is also a need for an additional membrane application.

Cysts

Another area of application for bone substitute preparation is the possibility of filling bone defects resulting from cysts. Again, these materials make it possible to completely fill the defect and create new bone.

Your dentist at the Koryzna Clinic dental practice in Szczecin will also provide you with detailed information.