Grafting Solutions

Dental implants offer a beautiful and functional solution for tooth loss. However, to ensure the success of dental implant placement, it is crucial to have sufficient healthy bone structure in the implant area. Bone loss, which can occur when teeth are lost or removed without replacement, may compromise the stability and longevity of dental implants. In such cases, a bone graft procedure may be recommended to restore and augment the jawbone.

During a bone graft, our skilled team will carefully evaluate your bone structure and determine the most appropriate approach for your specific needs. The procedure involves placing donor bone material or synthetic bone grafting material into the affected area. This graft material serves as a scaffold, stimulating the regeneration and growth of new bone cells. Over time, the graft material integrates with your natural bone, restoring strength and volume to the jawbone.

Once the bone graft has fully healed and the jawbone has regenerated, you will be ready to receive your dental implants. These titanium posts will be securely anchored into the newly augmented bone, providing a stable foundation for your tooth replacements. With dental implants in place, you can enjoy a complete and confident smile while preventing further bone resorption.

Our experienced team will closely monitor your healing progress and provide you with detailed post-operative instructions to ensure optimal results. Regular follow-up appointments will be scheduled to assess the integration of the bone graft and the overall success of your dental implant treatment

Don’t let bone loss hinder your journey to a beautiful and functional smile. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discover how bone grafting can restore your jawbone structure, allowing you to enjoy the numerous benefits of dental implants.

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