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What You Should be Looking for When Choosing your Grafting Material

We know that when it comes to choosing materials there is a lot at play. You want to provide what is best for your patient and what is best for your practice. A lot of companies out there will set claims on standards for their products, give you false promises, and focus on the ease of the product vs the outcomes. That’s why we have put together the top specifications you should be looking for when choosing your grafting material.

1. Is your grafting material Osteoinductive?

2. Is your grafting material Osteoconductive. How important is a solid scaffold to you?

3. Does your material provide long term site stability, integrity, and predictability?

4. Will your material convert into native lamellar bone?

5. Is your material autogenous (Gold standard)?

If you answered no to more than two of these questions, it’s time to start looking at what you’re using and how you can pivot to providing your patients with a better option.

By utilizing your patient’s tooth for your grafting material, you will be able to answer “yes” to all of the questions above. It’s time to discover how you can use your patients’ extracted tooth as the ultimate source for bone graft. Leverage autologous properties to achieve quick healing and long-term implant stability at a fraction of the cost in a quick and efficient manner.

Visit HERE for more information on providing your patient with an option that is best for their healing, your pocket, and overall case success.

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