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The Bone Grafting Procedure

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Dental implant surgery is very effective procedure for people who are eligible. When undergoing dental implant surgery, it is a must that you have a strong jawbone to hold the implants in place, otherwise there is a chance they become loose. When you have healthy oral tissues and strong bones, your implant surgery will be secure and permanent.

The dental implant surgery is really quite simple when you have sufficient bone strength. If you have been told in the past your jawbone is deteriorating, or it may begin, you can go through bone grafting. The bone grafting procedure ensures you have ample bone strength, by growing more bone in the less dense areas.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is one of the ways you can safeguard you have a healthy foundation for your dental implants. When you are going through the bone grafting procedure, you have options for the grafting. The bone grafting procedure involves removing bone from areas such as the chin, and planting it in the affected area. The bone will fuse together, and create a strong base.

If you choose to not have your bone removed, your doctor may suggest using bone from a non-human or human source. The donor bone then will do the same, and fuses to create the strength in the jaw and you will be on your way to the next step.

Soft Tissue Grafting

Another procedure available is soft tissue grafting. Soft tissue grafting is important for patients with receding gums. When you go through this procedure, it helps cover exposed nerves to prevent damage or decay.

The dental implant will be placed after the necessary procedures are completed. Once the titanium rod of the dental implant is secured in the jawbone, your jawbone and the dental implant will unite, creating root-like structures for your new teeth.

If dental implant oral surgery is right for you, set up a consultation to speak with your dentist. During the appointment, they will inform you of any of the fore mentioned procedures, and the cost and timeline associated with them. Once they assess your condition, you will be on your way to having your perfect permanent smile.

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