Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is the procedure used for restoring deteriorating or lost bone material and especially for preparing dental implant sites for patients who would not otherwise be candidates for dental implants due to bone quality.

Once the bone graft material is placed under the gum, it heals much like an arm or leg in a cast. With proper care, in 4-6 months, the bone becomes strong enough to for dental implants to replace missing teeth. This allows for restored functionality of the mouth and improved aesthetic appearance.

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