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Tissue Regeneration in Boston, MA

Tissue Regeneration in Boston MA

Are you looking for tissue regeneration treatments in Boston MA?

Preserving or rebuilding oral bone and tissue can be important for both your appearance and your health. If you have lost gingival tissue due to tooth brushing techniques, disease, or injury, it may be possible to restore what has been lost by using new techniques in bone and tissue regeneration.

At Boston Periodontics and Dental Implants our focus is on patient-centered care utilizing the latest innovations and biotechnologies allowing us to exceed the highest level of expectations for patients in need of oral bone rebuilding and tissue regeneration.Our practice is also recognized as a pioneer in the field of regenerating bone and tissue through biotechnology-engineered growth factors. For over fifteen years Dr. Nevins has been involved in research on growth factors such as bone morphogenic protein and platelet-derived growth factor, which are used to rebuild bone damaged by periodontal disease or tooth fracture.

WHAT TO EXPECT DURING ORAL BONE AND TISSUE REGENERATION
When teeth are removed or missing, the bone and gum tissue in the affected area tend to shrink. BPDI uses the latest biotechnology advancements in regeneration to achieve healthier, more stable bone. This key for patients who are undergoing implant placement or soft tissue grafts.

Additionally, extraction sites can be grafted with modern regeneration technologies using bone replacement grafts combined with biotechnology growth factors. For patients whose teeth have been missing for extended periods, the use of growth factors can reduce the amount of surgery and healing time to replenish bone and tissue regeneration to ensure successful implant placement.

If you are in need of tissue regeneration treatments in Boston MA, contact Boston Periodontics and Dental Implants for more information and to schedule your consultation with Dr. Nevins.

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