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Autogenous Bone Harvesting Dental Supplies

Dental Implant Technologies offers a range of autogenous bone harvesting instruments for clinicians in the United States. Learn how and when bone harvesting is used and explore our products before ordering from our trusted store today.

Bone Harvesting with Dental Implant Technology Kits

For procedures like socket grafts, ridge preservation grafts, and sinus grafts, dental professionals will need to determine how to harvest bone using our kits and instruments. One of the first challenges is determining where the donor bone will come from.

  • Socket Graft: This type of procedure may be needed after extracting a patient’s tooth. It will repair and protect the socket after extraction. The goal here is to provide a foundation that will support an implant. Grafting is typically straightforward with a socket graft and bone harvesting can be performed with trephines to create a restorative grafting particulate.
  • Sinus Graft: If a patient lacks sufficient bone around the sinus cavity to support an implant, a sinus graft may be necessary. A sinus graft aims to thicken the wall of the bone so that it can support an implant. In most cases, a sinus graft won’t require autogenous bone harvesting.
  • Ridge Preservation Graft: In this procedure, the alveolar ridge is maintained, rebuilt, or extended. This is the most likely scenario for autogenous bone harvesting, especially if there has been extensive reabsorption of the jawbone. Typical grafting products like particulates and even blocks may not be enough to completely regenerate the lost material within a reasonable amount of time. Clinicians can choose to perform bone harvesting.

When using autogenous bone harvesting kits, it can be accepted that the use of packaged bone blocks or other materials have been ruled out for incompatibility, insufficiency, or other reasons. If extensive amounts of material are necessary, the donor bone will likely need to be sourced elsewhere.

Autologous bone harvesting may be performed at a region of the jaw that is healthy. If a patient needs restructuring and regeneration on one side of the mouth where infection and reabsorption have occurred, then the bone may be harvested from the opposing side of the jaw.

If the mouth is not an ideal donor site, then clinicians will typically look to one of three other areas. Autogenous bone harvesting commonly occurs at the femur and fibula in the patient’s leg. When more material is required, the iliac crest is considered the gold standard. The iliac crest has ample bone material that can be donated for dental procedures. Notably, the site is also often used for red bone marrow harvests to collect stem cells for transplantation.

There are downsides to harvesting bone from outside of the mouth. The patient will need to visit a suitable surgery for the procedure to be performed. This can increase the cost and complexity of a procedure. However, when it’s the only solution, the clinician will need to develop processes and set expectations before the surgery goes ahead.

How to Harvest Bone with Dental Implant Technology Instruments

Our bone harvesting instruments are designed to be used by experienced professionals who are familiar with autogenous bone harvesting procedures. Our instruments are also suited to educational institutions to teach how to harvest bone and for training and demonstration.

    • Bone Chip Makers – Our Autogenous Bone Chip Maker Kit introduces a unique method of how to harvest bone. Instead of taking cored solid pieces of bone, the trephines in this kit use stoppers to collect bone chips which are stored in the instrument during the autogenous bone harvesting process. These trephines are used between 800rpm and 1200rpm at depths of up to 11.5mm at the donor site.
    • Bone Collector Kit for Implants – Our Bone Collector and Guide Kit is designed for positioning, creating a precision drilled osteotomy for an implant, and harvesting the bone simultaneously. The harvested bone can be used to create a particulate for grafting around an implant site. This kit is intended for use with patients who have sufficient bone material in the jaw to support a new implant.

Order the Best Bone Harvesting Supplies Online

Explore our range of products by following any of the links above. We are trusted suppliers of restorative and implant supplies for dental professionals in the United States. With our autogenous bone harvesting instruments, it’s possible to create solutions for grafting, no matter the patient or the conditions. Order now for competitive prices and the highest-quality tools for your practice.