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Bone Grafting Procedures

Guided Tissue Bone Regeneration

This surgical procedure “regenerates” the previously lost gum and bone tissue. Most techniques utilize membranes, which are inserted over the bone defects. Some of these membranes are bio-absorbable and some require removal. Other regenerative procedures involve the use of bioactive Careful management of extraction sockets after tooth extraction prevents unsightly bone loss and a better cosmetic outcome of tooth replacement.

We can use modern techniques to help rebuild lost bone support. The emphasis in Denta-Joy’s practice is conservative periodontal therapy. Many times, the early stages of periodontal disease are best treated with non-surgical periodontal therapy. This usually consists of placing a fine ultrasonic tip in between the tooth and gum tissue to remove any plaque and calculus below the gum line.

faq: bone grafting

A: Bone grafting is gathering a bone from another section to have the jaw bone adequate for a dental treatment.

A: Most often, the bone will be harvested from the patient itself.

A: No, treating dentist will evaluate whether the patient has insufficient bone, where bone grafting is necessary. Usually, patients of age are the ones who need bone grafting.

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