Bone Grafting

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As a result of poor oral care, the jawbone in a mouth can atrophy or become reabsorbed. This can be a major issue for patients wishing undergo dental implants. In recent years, the ever-popular solution is bone grafting where doctors have the ability to grow bone as needed. The bone, either taken from the jaw, hip or just below the knee, can be placed to repair implant sites.

There are various types of bone grafts that may occur: major bone grafts, sinus lift procedure, ridge-expansion, nerve repositioning etc. Some operations are more serious than others. To see a general overview of bone grafting and to learn more about the procedure see the video below:

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