Our bone grafting service is a painless and effective option for patients who do not have sufficient healthy bones in their mouths to support dental implants.
In some cases, the loss of a tooth can also mean the loss of bone in the jaw. With our advanced technology, we can help restore the strength and overall health of the jaw with bone graft procedures.
We take an educational approach to all of our services, including bone grafts. We are here to answer any questions you may have about bone grafts and to provide you with all of our options.
When is a bone graft necessary?
The following are some of the most common reasons for bone graft procedures:
When it comes to replacing missing teeth with dental implants, bone grafts are a common part of the procedure.
Lost or missing teeth
Accidents or gum disease can lead to tooth loss, but bone grafts can help strengthen your jawbone so that dental implants are done successfully.
Severe gum disease can lead to the loss of teeth and weaken your jawbone and gum line. Bone grafts help restore the integrity of your gum tissue and bones.
Bone grafts are highly effective when it comes to restoring bone structure within the jawline that has been lost to an accident, osteoporosis or ageing.
Bone graft techniques
An allograft is an advanced technique that we use at Centrepointe Dental. The process uses sterilized bone tissue donated by a genetically similar human donor to restore the strength of the weakened bones.
Xenografts are procedures that use bone material from genetically dissimilar donors, like animals, to help restore the integrity of weakened bones.
Let’s discuss your needs
We want to put you and your family at ease. That’s why we are here to help guide you through our process and answer any questions you might have about bone grafts. If you feel that you might require a bone graft, contact us by filling out the form below and we will set up an appointment.