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Syndentos®

The synthetic bone augmentation material to rebuild lost bone.

Bone augmentation during dental implantation is a procedure which is necessary as preparation stage before dental implants with insufficient bone volume.

In dentistry, bone augmentation or grafting refers to the rebuilding of lost bone. When our adult tooth grows and develops it brings a certain amount of bone with it to support it in the jaw. As time goes on and a periodontal disease take place like; infection around a tooth, or root end abscess, or tooth decay, the tooth is often extracted. Once a tooth is lost (for any reason), the bone that has developed with that tooth is resorbed (removed) by the body. There is now a void or defect left by the missing tooth. This defect can be corrected by rebuilding the lost bone in the jaw with Syndentos® which is a synthetic bone substitute. Bone augmentation with Syndentos® is performed under local anesthesia, is safe, and painless.

Syndentos® comes in two different materials:

      • In situ all in one system hardening paste
      • Porous granules.

Are you satisfied with your bones?

Why in some cases it is necessary to conduct such bone substitute manipulations, while others are happy with their current bones? The answer is very simple. There are a number of factors that can lead to atrophy, resorption of bone tissue. The main ones are:

  • Inflammatory Process: the continued existence of the inflammation leads to resorption of bone tissue near the root tips;
  • Traumatic Rooth Extraction;
  • The Prolonged Absence Of a Tooth: the presence of dentition defect of more than 3 months leads to atrophy of the bone tissue – a reduction in volume is due to the lack of load, such atrophy is called functional;
  • Periodontal Diseases: periodontitis, periodontal disease accompanied by progressive bone resorption.

Dental defects can be treated with Syndentos®

Can Dentists Rebuild Bone?

Yes, they can! It is very important to maintain bone volume following removal of a tooth so that dental implants remain a viable option for tooth replacement. This is easily accomplished with Syndentos® all in one bone cement techniques.

Syndentos® help dentists to able them to place larger diameter implants in ideal locations that are stable and serviceable for a long time.
Syndentos® also helps to establish normal volume and dimensions of bone for ideal esthetics, lip support and phonetics.

Sinus lift procedure

This procedure involves elevating the sinus membrane and placing Syndentos® onto the sinus floor, allowing implants to be placed in the back part of the upper jaw. For this “Syndentos® porous granular” is used

Sinus lift procedure​
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Ridge augmentation

In severe cases the ridge has been reabsorbed and Syndentos® is placed to increase the ridge height and/or width.

Filling of extraction sockets

Bone-Cement
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Prefilling of drilled implantation sites

This happen prior to placing the dental implant, in order to enhance bone to the implant contact area.

Filling of root canals

After removal of nerve(s) and rest of organic material, Syndentos® can be use to fill/repair the canals

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Dental defects can be treated with Syndentos®

Can Dentists Rebuild Bone?

Yes, they can! It is very important to maintain bone volume following removal of a tooth so that dental implants remain a viable option for tooth replacement. This is easily accomplished with Syndentos® all in one bone cement techniques.

Syndentos® help dentists to able them to place larger diameter implants in ideal locations that are stable and serviceable for a long time.
Syndentos® also helps to establish normal volume and dimensions of bone for ideal esthetics, lip support and phonetics.

Sinus lift procedure

This procedure involves elevating the sinus membrane and placing Syndentos® onto the sinus floor, allowing implants to be placed in the back part of the upper jaw. For this “Syndentos® porous granular” is used

Sinus lift procedure​

Ridge augmentation

In severe cases the ridge has been reabsorbed and Syndentos® is placed to increase the ridge height and/or width.

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Filling of extraction sockets

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Prefilling of drilled implantation sites

This happen prior to placing the dental implant, in order to enhance bone to the implant contact area.

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Filling of root canals

After removal of nerve(s) and rest of organic material, Syndentos® can be use to fill/repair the canals

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Multi-Formulations​ Available

Syndentos® is a synthetic bone substitute material composed of calcium- and magnesium phosphates which hardens upon mixing with an aqueous solution into an apatic material. Syndentos® is highly bio-compatible and potentially resorbable by the activity of osteoclastic action.
Said material is World patented under “Magnesium-Ammonium Phosphate Cements” and all dental rights and applications out of this patent ( country-license) is granted to Syndentos® for the SE Asian countries; Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and India.

Syringe system

Powder/liquid all in one

Bowl/spatula

Open mixing system

Granules

Granules in solid or porous form