Perfecting Immediate Implants
When the implant is placed, BioDensification will fill all voids between the implant and socket wall. BioDensification bonds to the implant surface and acts as a bridge for regenerative cells to migrate from the remaining periodontal ligament and bone to the implant surface. Because only migratory cells can enter into BioDensification, bone forming cells enter but nonmigratory cells such as fibroblasts cannot enter, thereby producing bone to implant integration.
Excess BioDensification is evacuated from the socket and a cover screw is placed. Immediate Graft, which is composed of our putty mixed with small perio-size βTCP granules, is gently packed into the defects around the collar of the implant so as to not compress the remaining periodontal ligament.
The gingiva is compressed with finger pressure to close the gaps between the healing abutment and gingiva. Oral Bond is applied, creating a hermetically sealed site.