Regenerative Growth Proteins

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Growth Proteins for Bone and Gum regeneration

Due to recent advances in periodontal tissue engineering, Dr. Sanchez is now able to cost-effectively apply these new bioactive products to create more predictable healing and regeneration of lost tissues. These growth proteins are a biological product made up of a unique group of active proteins found in nascent tooth development, naturally and predictably regenerates lost tooth attachment.

Why are these Growth Proteins so Important?

Regenerative proteins allow the body to maximize and accelerate the natural healing process. Typically, the body sends many different types of cells to the wound to begin healing. Regenerative proteins send a signal to those types of cells. These cells are involved in a number of healing functions including forming blood clots and releasing growth factors (GF) at the wounded site.

Growth Factors (GF) stimulate stem cells to generate new tissue in order to repair the body. As the quantity of GF at the wound increase, so does the number of stem cells activated to produce new tissue. Therefore, it is clear that using regenerative proteins helps the body heal more quickly and efficiently.

Clinical Uses for Regenerative Proteins

Advantages of Regenerative Growth Proteins

It is safe.
Because these FDA approved proteins are Laboratory engineered and delivered sterile to the area, so the risk of disease transmission is not a concern.

It is convenient and non-invasive.
It can be order for each patient and kept in the refrigerator until the patient is ready for surgery. There no need to draw blood from patient before surgery to extract growth factors from blood.

It promotes faster healing.
By supersaturating the wound with regenerative growth proteins, tissue synthesis and regeneration increase.

It is easy to use.
Regenerative growth proteins makes bone substitute materials and bone grafting products more gel like, thus making them more easy to handle.

Frequently Asked Questions

How are Regenerative Growth Proteins made? 
These proteins are engineered in the laboratory therefore there is no risk for disease transmission.

Do I need Regenerative Growth Proteins for my procedure? 
Sometimes there is no need for Regenerative proteins. Dr. Sanchez will discuss your treatment options with you, including whether or not you would benefit from the use of this approach.

Will my insurance cover the cost of Regenerative Growth Proteins? 
Regenerative proteins are not typically covered by insurance. However, many find it cost efficient based on the benefits that treatment with growth factors provides.