BIOMATERIAL PERSPECTIVES for successful hard and soft tissue regeneration
Bone substitutes are used to supplement or replace the autogenous bone transplantation. They provide a scaffold structure and support the hard and soft tissue healing processes alone or in combination with other biomaterials such as sponges, GBR membranes and 3D soft tissue matrices. In comparison to the autologous bone grafts, the advantages of using bone substitutes are sufficient availability without additional donor site morbidity and their flexibility for indicationoriented selection. The physico-chemical properties combined with the high-quality biological potential of bone substitutes ensure the desired clinical outcome. Their proper selection from integration, up to volume stability, degradation time, complete resorption or combination thereof is crucial for the successful treatment. Also, the proper choice of membranes with optimal barrier function, or using the appropriate 3D scaffold structure support the concepts of GBR and GTR.
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