Bone Graft

A dental bone graft is necessary when bone loss has occurred. This procedure is commonly performed prior to dental implant placement.

Bone Graft

A dental bone graft adds volume and density to your jaw in areas where bone loss has occurred.

There are four types of bone grafting materials:

  • Autogenous: from the patient’s own body;
  • Allograft: from a human tissue bank;
  • Xenograft: from an animal tissue bank;
  • Allopastic: synthetic material. It can be made of hydroxyapatite (HA), calcium carbonate, and tricalcium phosphate.
  • Remember, dental implants rely on osseointegration to work. Your implant has to bond with the bone to create a stable foundation for the crown. If there is no bone to work with, placing an implant becomes impossible.
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Step One:

Consultation, X-rays and treatment planning

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Step Two:

Bone augmentation procedure

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Step Three:

Implant placement and review

Fees

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Treatment Finance is a popular option for patients considering cosmetic, orthodontic, or dental implant treatment. It provides a simple and affordable way to spread the cost of your dental treatment with an 0% interest loan over 12 months.