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Bone Grafting

Bone and soft tissue grafting help many patients become successful dental implant candidates by restoring the deteriorated bone. Bone grafting can also be part of a successful treatment plan for facial trauma injuries, tooth extraction, severe periodontal disease and other oral and maxillofacial conditions.

Types of Bone Grafting

By applying a solution of granulated bone material to the area(s) where more bone is desired, a bone graft can restore the bone that has been lost.

The location of the missing bone, overall treatment plan, and other factors will determine the appropriate bone grafting procedure for you. Common bone grafting procedures include:

  • Sinus lifts. Granulated bone material is added to the upper jaw and sinus cavity, located just behind the cheekbones. This is a common bone grafting procedure for dental implant patients who require the implant to be placed in the upper jaw.
  • Socket preservation. To prevent the loss of bone after an extraction, a bone graft can be performed immediately after a tooth has been removed.
  • Ridge expansionThe bone that surrounds your upper and lower teeth is called the alveolar ridge. Height and/or width can be added with a ridge expansion.

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