Aim: To Improve the treatment of patients with partial edentia and chronic generalized periodontitis by including dental implantation to the complex of therapeutic measures.Materials and methods: There have been presented the results of 240 patients with varying severity degrees of generalized periodontitis who underwent surgery on periodontal tissues with dental implantation. The research was conducted at the OCH of Ivano-Frankivsk 2007–2017.To improve the efficiency for dental implants and periodontal surgical intervention is necessary to determine the quality of bone remodeling, identifying markers of bone tissue metabolism. Results: It was established that in 40,81 % patients the results of research showed markers of bone remodeling indicating a high rate of bone formation (25,12±2,23 ng / ml) and a slight increase in rate of resorption marker, which results in low rates of bone resorption (8,54±1,23 nmol/L). These patients were not prescribed with osteotropic drugs. 50,83 % of patients with osteopenia were noticed to manifest the formation of bone possible raise of bone resorption (10.82±1.34n/mole), which was the indication for antiresorptive medication prescription. In 8,36 % of patients with osteoporosis was observed inhibition of bone formation processes (18,05±2,08 ng / ml) and increased resorption indices (15,34±1,87 nmol/L). Medications that stimulate osteogenesis and prevent bone resorption were prescribed. Conclusions: When planning dental implants and periodontal surgical intervention it is necessary to identify markers of bone remodeling to assess the structural and functional state of bone tissue and prescribe osteotrophic drugs that promote positive postoperative period.