Updated: May 13
Dental Bone Tac For Sinus Lifting and Bone Grafting - Dental Implants
Dental bone tac, also known as bone tack or bone tacks, is a type of small, thin metal pin used in dental surgery to hold bone grafts in place. These pins are inserted into the bone to provide stability and support during the healing process. They are commonly used in procedures such as socket preservation, ridge augmentation, and sinus lift surgery. Bone tacks are typically made of stainless steel or titanium and are inserted using a specialized instrument called a tacking gun. Once the bone has healed, the tacks can be removed or left in place, depending on the specific needs of the patient.