Autologous bone grafting has been the gold standard technique for tooth extraction socket preservation, alveolar ridge augmentation (needed for alveolar ridge atrophy), or for maxillary lift procedures to provide adequate bone volume and strength to support the eventual implant post osteointegration and subsequent full restoration. Autologous bone grafts are harvested as separate procedures to obtain sufficient bone and are associated with some morbidity. Alternatively, bone graft substitutes can be used, avoiding the morbidity of autologous bone harvesting. Examples are allogeneic cadaver bone and synthetic bone graft substitutes. This market has a high growth rate with significant unmet clinical needs. Whatever bone graft material is used, nearly all patients require multi-staged reconstruction with an initial bone augmentation procedure followed several months later by placement of the implant post.