After any loss of teeth, a natural process of re-absorbing the supporting tissues takes place, namely a re-absorption of the bone and the gum. Currently, even in cases where this loss is substantial, the techniques available at the Implantology Institute allow us to restore the anatomy that has been lost.
The recovery of lost bones can be achieved through surgical techniques to stimulate bone regeneration. This technique involves placing a material that induces bone growth and a collagen membrane that separates the bone from other tissues, thus enabling the bone to regenerate and take shape individually.
It is also possible to restore gums through guided regeneration techniques that allow the formation of tissue where no tissue existed, thus restoring lost gums.