A bone graft procedure is done to improve the volume of the jawbone, which may have deteriorated due to gum disease, trauma, or missing teeth. Bone grafting is needed to add to the bone, so it can be tall and strong enough to support dental implants and hold them in place. It can also be done to preserve the bone structure after tooth loss, preventing the further worsening of bone deterioration in the area.
Bone augmentation is needed if the jawbone is naturally thin or has progressively become thinner after tooth loss. Bone grafting material is used to increase the volume of the jaw, where it will successfully fuse with the surrounding tissue after a healing period. After the bone graft, the augmented jawbone will have sufficient mass to securely anchor the dental implants.
Also called a sinus, the procedure involves lifting the sinus floor to give way to the bone graft material. This is done to improve the height or volume of the upper jaw so that dental implants can be placed successfully.
This procedure is done at the same time a tooth is extracted. The bone graft material is placed on the extraction area to prevent bone loss, which will develop once a natural tooth is lost.
This method is used to resolve severe bone deterioration in the front area of the jaw due to tooth loss and other reasons. In this case, the bone is usually taken from the area near the third molars, at the back of the jawbone.
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