Bone Grafting

A dental bone graft is a procedure used to strengthen the jawbone by adding or augmenting bone. It is typically necessary when bone loss occurs due to gum disease, trauma, or tooth loss. These grafts are commonly done before dental implants to create a sturdy foundation for the implant to fuse with the surrounding bone. Additionally, they can be beneficial when bone loss affects neighbouring teeth, causing them to loosen or shift. During the procedure, bone graft material is placed where bone loss has occurred, prompting the body to generate new bone growth. This helps restore the jaw’s structure and function while preventing future dental complications.

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