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Bone regeneration and graft

 
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  • Some people do not have enough healthy natural bone to support dental implants. Several techniques are used to rebuild bone, restore your natural jaw line and smile, and provide a strong and sturdy foundation for implant-supported teeth. 
  • Below is an overview of some of the more common techniques to augment bone.
  • Bone Grafts:  Bone grafting is a safe and highly successful procedure that involves the “building up” or adding bone to the jaw by using your own natural bone from another location and/or by using donor, processed or synthetic bone materials. Often the new bone can be obtained from inside the mouth.  Ask your dental implant dentist about the advantages of different bone grafting methods and materials so that, together, you can make an informed decision.
  • Sinus Lift (Sinus Augmentation or Sinus Elevation): Missing upper back teeth are among the most difficult to restore.  When the back teeth in the upper jaw are missing the sinus cavity becomes larger as the natural bone deteriorates over time. A sinus lift, also called sinus augmentation or sinus elevation, is a bone-augmentation procedure for patients who have insufficient natural bone in this area for dental implant placement. The procedure involves adding bone below the sinus so that one or more implants can be placed. The procedure does not affect speech, intonation or cause sinus problems.
  • Ridge Expansion (Ridge Modification):  If the jaw isn’t wide enough to support dental implants, bone graft material can be added to a small ridge, or space, that is created along the top of the jaw. In some situations implants can be placed right after a ridge expansion. Other situations require approximately four to 12 months to ensure that the ridge has fully healed first. Like all bone grafting techniques, ridge expansion helps ensure a strong foundation and long lifespan for your new teeth. It also can be used to correct an unattractive and difficult-to-clean indentation that can occur in the jawline near missing teeth.

Dental implant 


A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.

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Frequently asked questions

Is it true because of my Diabetes i can not have implants?
It is not true that your cannot have implants because you are diabetic. If you are controlled you are just like anyone else.
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