Box What is Box Technique?
It is an application that allows the implant to be done in patients with excessive melting in the jaw bones. This technique does not require the removal of bone blocks from the patient, using specially prepared bone materials and poly D, L-lactic acid (PDLLA). The walls of the jaw bone are made of self-destructive materials and filled with bone powder. Thus, they do not need to be removed with a second operation, and at the end of the appropriate period of time bone is formed.
Bone formation is expected 4-6 months before implantation. If there is little or no bone implant, implants can be placed in the same seanture. In situations where the implants can not be placed, the implant is placed following bone formation. About 2 months after the waiting period prostheses are made.