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Bone Grafting for Dental Implants in Clearwater, FL

Bone Grafting

Bone loss in the jawbone is common when one or more teeth have been lost due to injury, decay, or trauma.  Without the tooth in place to stimulate the jawbone, the bone around the missing tooth will begin to deteriorate.  Over time, the jawbone may deteriorate to such an extent that there may not be enough bone to place dental implants.  In cases such as these, your dentist may recommend having a bone grafting procedure. 

Types of bone graft procedures

Bone grafting is the replacement or augmentation of missing bone around the teeth.

There are three types of bone graft procedures: autogenous, allograft, and xenograft.

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The Procedure

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