Bone Grafting

3D render of dental bone grafting with dental bone biomaterial application

Bone Grafting

A dental bone graft is used to add volume and density to areas in your jaw where bone loss has taken place. The material for a bone graft can be your own or made from synthetic materials.

Bone grafts are used as socket preservation or ridge augmentation for future dental implants or another restorative option. They are also used to rebuild the jaw before getting dentures or because of bone loss due to periodontal disease.

The process of a bone graft procedure is first, numbing the area with a local anesthetic, then creating a small incision. The issue is moved to expose the jaw bone, then the bone graft is placed where the issue in your jawbone occurs. Lastly, the gum tissue is moved back and stitches are placed to close the incision. Once the bone graft is placed, your own bone tissue will grow and regenerate.

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