Dental Implants; Bone Grafting
When teeth are lost due to previous extractions, decay, periodontal disease or trauma, the bone that supported these teeth may begin to atrophy, resorb and degenerate. This bone may now be too thin or may result in poor quality and quantity of bone suitable for placement of dental implants. In the past, these patients would not be candidates for placement of dental implants.
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Bone Grafting Procedure
Today, we have the ability to grow or graft bone where needed. This allows us to place implants of proper length and width, which gives you, the patient, better function and esthetics.