Dental Bone Graft
Dental bone grafts are done to strengthen bone so that implants can be placed. A piece of bone may be removed from another part of your body, or artificial bone may be used. After grafts are put in place, it's typical to wait several months for it to fuse with your jaw. Bone grafts are often needed when a tooth has been missing for years and the bone has weakened too much to support an implant and crown. Other reasons a bone graft may be required include gum disease, long-term use of dentures, and trauma to the area.
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