Bone Grafting - Edgefield, SC

Rebuilding the Foundation of Your Smile

What is Bone Grafting?

Your jawbone is the foundation of your teeth, holding them firmly in place and playing a critical role in your oral health. When gum disease or tooth loss compromises the jawbone, it can affect everything from your facial appearance to your ability to eat, smile, and feel confident. Thanks to our doctors’ comprehensive training in restorative treatment, our talented dentists are skilled at rebuilding bone in your jaw with safe materials and specialized techniques through bone grafting in Edgefield, SC. With proper bone density in your jaw, you can become a candidate for dental implants and restore any number of teeth along with the health, beauty, and function of your smile!

Bone Grafting

World-Class Treatment Done in One Location

We’ll complete your bone grafting in Edgefield, SC at our state-of-the-art facility. We use everything from minimally invasive surgical protocols to low-radiation 3D cone beam CT imaging to ensure your results are not only predictable but also effectively restores your health for years to come. Your comfort is our number one priority. We offer personalized sedation services to ensure your peace of mind and safety during every surgery and procedure. Best of all, your bone grafting treatment, as well as all procedures related to dental implants, can be completed in this single location, improving the convenience and quality of your care!

Our Bone Grafting Treatments

Ridge Augmentation

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The lack of bone stimulation from missing teeth can make the bone too narrow and weak to support a dental implant. We’ll restore the natural contours and density of an entire ridgeline to allow for implant placement or provide localized treatment to preserve a tooth socket after extraction.

Sinus Lift

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As the bone thins in the upper arch, the sinus cavity will expand into this newly available space in the back of the mouth. Bone loss in this area will make it too shallow to support a dental implant. We’ll raise the sinus floor and place new bone material to restore proper bone density and health.

Guided Tissue Regeneration

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Gum tissue and bone recover at different speeds, so to optimize the healing for your bone graft, we’ll place a barrier membrane between these tissues. This barrier facilitates bone regeneration without interference from the faster-healing gum tissue by guiding it away from the graft.

Restore your bone and your smile.

Schedule your bone grafting consultation now.