Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) is a modern technique used in dental implant dental procedures.
Thus, it is considered a therapy of great importance in implantology, to promote and promote the regeneration of bone in maxillary bone defects.
Therefore, the aim is to create a bed suitable for the positioning of implants.
BASIC PRINCIPLE OF GUIDED BONE REGENERATION
Consequently the basic principle of GBR is based on the placement of mechanical barriers or membranes to protect and stabilize the blood clot, creating a space in which cells from bone tissue can grow and multiply without rapid interference by cell proliferation Of the soft tissue.
ADVANTAGES of the GBR
As a result, the use of a barrier membrane is advantageous to facilitate the increase of alveolar ridge defects, induce bone regeneration, improve bone graft results, and treat failed implants.
Finally and in conclusion we quote a general appreciation of GBR (1):
Guided bone regeneration is a frequent publication issue in stomatologic journals and refers to a tissue regeneration strategy to restore bone. The study and development of barrier membranes has broadened the field of action in this sphere making possible its use both in solitary and combined with other materials and scaffolds. In stomatology can be used in periodontal regeneration, implantology and dental transplantation, among other applications. Complications such as membrane exposure, infection and necrosis are described.
(1) MORALES NAVARRO, Denia y VILA MORALES, Dadonim. Regeneración ósea guiada en estomatología. Rev Cubana Estomatol [online]. 2016, vol.53, n.1 [citado 2017-01-25], pp. 67-83 . Disponible en: <http://scielo.sld.cu/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0034-75072016000100008&lng=es&nrm=iso>. ISSN 1561-297X.
Las áreas de color (Rojo – Verde) indican los espacios qye deben ser regenerados para facilitar la colocación del implante. Ejemplos de casos reales (publicación autorizada por los pacientes).
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