A dental bone graft adds volume and density to your jaw in areas where bone loss has occurred. The bone graft material we use is synthetic (alloplast).
How does a dental bone graft work?
Once the bone graft has been placed, it holds space for your own body to do the repair work. In other words, a dental bone graft is like a scaffold on which your own bone tissue can grow and regenerate.
Who needs a dental bone graft?
A person with bone loss in their jaw usually needs a dental bone graft. This procedure may be recommended if you:
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