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Bone Grafting


When There is Not enough Bone For an Implant

When a tooth is lost or extracted, the remaining jaw bone becomes susceptible to bone deterioration, if the problem is not addressed with a bone graft. This procedure promotes healing in the jawbone and eliminates the problems that can occur when a tooth is lost. A bone graft will provide structural stability and linkage, as well as stimulating oseogenesis, or healing in the jawbone.

Taking care of the jaw bone when a tooth is removed or lost is very important and can often be overlooked.

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