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Bone Grafting - McKinney, TX

Bone Grafting Sets You Up For Dental Implants

Jaw bone for bone grafting - McKinney, TX

Why Your Jaw Bone Volume Matters

A common factor that limits the placement of dental implants to replace missing teeth is the amount of bone volume within the jaw. When you do not have enough bone within your jaw it can alter your bite, cause teeth to shift, make your face appear more aged and restrict you from receiving dental implants. Patients can experience bone deterioration for a variety of reasons, including missing teeth, oral trauma and gum disease. Since the bone will not grow back on its own, we offer effective bone grafting treatments to help patients return to a healthy oral state. Bone grafting is commonly performed in preparation for dental implants or immediately following a tooth extraction. By placing bone material at the site of deterioration, we can rebuild your jaw with bone grafting so that our doctors can perform the other necessary treatments to restore your smile.

More Ways to Say “Yes!” to Dental Implants

When you choose us, you will benefit from a team of experienced doctors during your bone grafting treatment. We are a one-stop location for all your dental needs and offer comprehensive dental care with the latest techniques and technology. We care about our patients and our community, treating everyone just how we would want to be treated ourselves. To help our patients get the bone grafting dental care they need, we offer effective sedation options for pain-free, relaxed care. After bone grafting treatment and dental implants, patients often enjoy a significant improvement to their quality of life with their newly restored smile.

  • How the bone grafting process works
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The Bone Grafting Procedures

Socket preservation bone grafting is commonly performed immediately following a tooth extraction to fill the now-empty socket with bone material. After healing, the jaw bone will be even and have adequate volume to prevent shifting teeth or prepare for dental implants.

Ridge augmentation bone grafting is used when jaw bone volume has been lost due to trauma, disease or deterioration. We will place bone grafting material over the recessed location to restore the volume and even out the jaw to allow for dental implants to be placed if necessary.

When teeth have been lost in the upper-back region of the mouth, the bone is often very thin due to the sinus cavity that resides above and implants do not have the required amount of bone to be held in place successfully. With a sinus lift bone grafting procedure, our experienced team can gently access the cavity to raise the sinus membrane and pack the area with bone grafting material. Sinus lifts require experience, precision and care to not harm the sinus membrane and restore adequate bone.

Bone Grafting Can Help You Say "Yes!" To A New Smile.

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