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For those who would prefer an easier, but slightly slower solution, there are other sources of bone specially prepared to make them safe for use in humans. All of these materials including your own bone, simply provide a scaffold into which new bone will grow and consolidate ready to receive dental implants a few months later.

New bone can take anything from 4 to 6 months before it is ready to receive dental implants. Do not be in a hurry to move to the next stage. If you need a large volume of bone it will take longer to mature than a small amount.

See the following case studies for an example:

Case Study – Camlog Implants

Louise was suffering from recurring abscesses for years and was in and out of a dental chair. Her NHS dentist couldn’t offer her any treatment apart from extractions and dentures, …

Case Study – Front crowns and dental implants

Longing for brighter and more pleasing smile our client decided to travel to Budapest for a smile makeover. Replacing the molar teeth and the old and multicolour crowns, a fully revitalised …