Do you suffer from advanced dental bone loss?
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To have dental implants, there need to be a sufficient quantity of good quality bone to provide stability for the dental implants.
Advanced bone loss can be caused by a number of factors:
One Dental Clinics highly trained dental team can carry out an x-ray and CT scan to identify the quantity and quality of the available bone, advising the patient, on the best course of dental treatment.
If the results indicate that the patient needs a bone graft, an appointment will be arranged and the bone will be grafted from another area of the patients mouth.
What does the procedure entail?
Bone Graft & Dental Implant Patient:
After the surgical procedure the patient will experience slight discomfort in both the donor and grafted areas – The patient can take pain killers for the slight discomfort.
Bone graft followed by a single implant
The patient had lost his upper left central incisor following an accident. A bone graft procedure was carried out to replace the missing/damaged bone followed by an implant restored with a porcelain crown.
How much does a bone graft procedure cost?
This depends on the extent of the bone graft required and will vary from patient to patient. Call us today and arrange your free consultation.
Do I need a bone graft?
If you have any of the affecting factors above, you may very well need a bone graft for a successful dental implant. Our dental team at One Dental Clinic are dedicated at providing the highest level of customer service and ensuring that each and every patient are happy with their dental health, treatment and overall experience. Call us to arrange a free consultation to discuss the various treatment options available to you and take control of your dental health today!