Jaw Bone Loss Is Not Hopeless
Have you been told you do not have enough volume in your jaw to support dental implants? Perhaps you have noticed the empty space where missing teeth used to be is shrinking. Bone grafting is often necessary when bone deterioration has occurred as a result of periodontal disease, tooth loss, or oral trauma. This surgery can provide an excellent solution for patients who have experienced bone loss, but are interested in restoring dental function and the aesthetics of their smile with an implant-supported crown, bridge, or denture. Dental implants require a healthy, strong jaw bone in order to create a solid foundation that can support these types of restorations.
Trust in Over 60 Combined Years of Dental Expertise
Many of our patients undergo a bone grafting procedure to prepare their jaw for dental implants later on. Whether you need a bone grafting procedure for dental implants or for another reason, we will advise you on the most beneficial treatment plan you need to restore your oral health. With over 60 years of combined experience, our doctors have acquired the expertise necessary to provide care that helps bring back confidence in your smile!