Bone Grafting - Lexington, SC
Rebuild Your Smile, Starting with the Foundation
Bone Grafting Restores Your Jawbone
As the supporting structure for your teeth, a healthy jawbone is essential to a healthy smile. If disease or tooth loss compromises or damages this foundation, it can change your distinctive facial appearance and limit your ability to eat, speak, smile, and feel confident. With extensive training in restorative treatment, our skilled dentists are adept in rebuilding jawbone with specialized materials and skilled bone grafting in Lexington, SC. With full bone volume in your jaw, you can qualify for dental implants and permanently restore one or all of your teeth—and the health, function, and esthetics of your smile!
Complete In-House Services
We’ll perform your bone grafting surgery in a cutting-edge treatment suite here at Bela Family Dentistry of White Knoll. For this, we use everything from cone beam CT technology (for scans with low-radiation but high detail) to minimally invasive surgical techniques to make sure your results are not only predictable, but also lasting. Your comfort is also top priority here. Our Lexington, SC office is equipped with multiple sedation options to keep you safe and comfortable throughout surgery. That means your bone grafting procedure, as well as all treatments connected with dental implants, can be done in one location, enhancing the quality, efficiency, and convenience of your care!
Select Bone Grating Treatments
If you have tooth and bone loss in your jaw ridge the bone becomes too narrow and fragile to hold a dental implant bridge. We reestablish the natural contours and thickness of your entire ridgeline or offer area-focused treatment to rehabilitate a tooth socket after extraction.
Bone loss in the rear of your upper arch (below the sinus cavity) leaves the jawbone too narrow to support an implant. We put bone material underneath this membrane to elevate the sinus floor and restore bone height to its full level below.
Gum tissue and bone each heal at a different pace, so to optimize the healing environment for both, we place a membrane between the two tissues. This protective barrier permits the bone to regenerate without faster-healing gum tissue hindering it.
Don’t allow bone loss to ruin your smile.
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