Bone Grafting - Kershaw, SC
Prepare Your Mouth for Dental Implants
Restore a healthy jawbone
If you’ve been told in the past that you don’t qualify for dental implants because you don’t have sufficient bone in your jaw, we can help. Bone loss is usually the result of tooth loss and disease. Once this foundation is lost, it cannot be restored without bone grafting in Kershaw, SC. If left untreated the bone will continue to degrade and can eventually alter your facial appearance and limit your oral function. With comprehensive experience in dental surgeries, our skilled dentists can rebuild the bone in your jaw with specialized techniques and safe materials. With a foundation of healthy bone reestablished, you can become a candidate for dental implants, permanently restore any number of teeth, and improve the function, health, and beauty of your smile! Best of all, you can have your bone and teeth replaced in our state-of-the-art Kershaw, SC office!
All Your Implant Care in One Location
From bone grafting to dental implant placement and restorative care, all your dental implant care is completed conveniently in a single location. Our technology-driven treatment includes digital diagnostics with cone beam CT imaging to minimally-invasive dental surgery to ensure your treatment outcomes are efficient and predictable long-term. We also prioritize your comfort, providing custom sedation options that will keep you relaxed and pain-free during every procedure. We’re proud to provide these comprehensive services in a single location and do so at the highest level of quality.
Our Bone Grafting Services
If you’ve lost multiple teeth in a row, this will cause the whole section of the jaw ridge to resorb and shrink. Ridge augmentation restores the natural bone contours, as well as the proper density and volume of bone to the ridge. Localized ridge augmentation restores bone level at the socket site after a single or multiple tooth extractions.
If a molar is lost in the upper arch, the resulting bone resorption will also cause the sinus membrane to fill this space. The shallow bone that’s left is too thin to support a dental implant. A sinus lift places bone grafting material beneath the sinus membrane to simultaneously raise this cavity and build up bone underneath.
Bone and gum tissue heal at different speeds. To ensure that these two tissues don’t interfere with each other’s recovery process, we’ll place a membrane between the bone and soft tissue to ensure optimal healing.
Become a candidate for dental implants!
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