For patients who would like to get dental implants to restore their smiles after tooth loss, deficits in the amount of available bone tissue can stand in the way. In such cases, bone grafting can help these patients access dental implants despite this potential barrier. Bone grafting inserts donor bone tissue at the proposed dental… Continue reading Why is bone grafting performed?
Depending on what type of tooth replacement you will get after tooth extraction, you may also need bone grafting in certain circumstances. This intervention is particularly useful in cases when patients want to get a dental implant but don’t have enough bone tissue to support the implant. While bone grafting will extend your treatment timeline,… Continue reading Will I need a bone graft after tooth extraction?
Dental implants offer a transformational approach to restoring a patient’s smile after tooth loss. However, in order to get the maximum benefits from dental implants, patients must have sufficient bone tissue to support osseointegration. For patients who have already experienced bone loss as a consequence of tooth loss, or those with congenital bone deficits, bone… Continue reading Why do I need a bone graft before I can get dental implants?
Bone grafting can help patients restore their smiles with dental implants even if they’ve suffered bone loss subsequent to their tooth loss. This does affect the anticipated treatment timeline, but it’s a worthwhile investment of your time to improve your chances of long-term dental implant success. It can also be helpful to understand why bone… Continue reading Dental Implants After A Bone Graft: How long will I have to wait?
Bone grafting can help patients access dental implants when bone loss might otherwise be a barrier to this treatment. This preliminary procedure supplements bone tissue to improve the likelihood of successful dental implant osseointegration. We understand that patients may have concerns about undergoing an additional surgical procedure, but rest assured that bone grafting does not… Continue reading Dental Implants: Is bone grafting safe?
Bone grafting can help patients access dental implants when bone loss is a potential obstacle to this treatment option. However, because the patient must heal fully from the bone graft before dental implants can be placed, this procedure does extend the treatment timeline. Each patient’s case is unique, and your oral surgeon can give you… Continue reading How long does it take to recover from a dental bone graft?
For patients who lack adequate bone tissue in a segment of the jaw, bone grafting can help to restore a more complete facial appearance or smile. Whether the absence of bone is a congenital issue or a result of tooth loss, this procedure can help patients access treatments such as dental implant placement or some… Continue reading Insufficient Bone? How Bone Grafting Can Help
When you’re missing a tooth or multiple teeth, you want to replace them as quickly as possible to restore your complete smile. If you’re considering dental implants for tooth replacement, you’re likely to be curious about the treatment timeline. Different circumstances can affect the process of getting dental implants, but in certain conditions, the treatment… Continue reading Dental Implants: How long is the treatment process?
Bone grafting is a common procedure that occurs before a person receives dental implants. A bone graft essentially thickens and widens the jawbone so that it can support dental implants properly. Many times, our bone can atrophy with oral disease and tooth loss. Moreover, the upper jawbone tends to be very narrow because of the… Continue reading Is a bone graft required for dental implants?
When teeth are missing, the body will resorb bone because the roots of teeth no longer keep the jaw stimulated. Bone deterioration is of major concern to patients with missing teeth as it can affect the vitality of existing biological teeth, change the shape and structure of a person’s face, and affect oral function. Bone… Continue reading Bone Resorption: Will bone grafting help?