The use of Bone Membranes in implant dentistry is common in conjunction with bone augmentation, implant insertion after extraction, and extraction sites with ridge preservation. A layered approach to Barrier Membrane and Guided Bone Regeneration improves the success rates and decreases the healing time. Trephine bur particulate bone harvesting from the tuberosity and ramus is often used for this technique. The learning curves of these procedures are easier than block bone grafting and the complications are fewer. As a result, nearly all implant surgeons should be able to use BM as a regular part of a surgical implant treatment protocol.