Necessary Amalgamation

The preservation of the marginal bone is vital, both practically and aesthetically. Bone loss is often seen in implant treatment, and is commonly accepted an unavoidable consequence; there are even some implant suppliers that say that bone loss is positive and necessary in order to obtain biological width. At Dentalis Bio Solution, we have never accepted such an approach, and strongly believe that there is no reason for you or your patients to accept bone loss. The task of the soft tissue to protect the bone, and this cannot be accomplished without proper maintenance of the bone. The bone supports the soft tissue; when both work together, a crucial amalgamation is formed.
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