Bone grafting is the replacement of jaw bone loss due to injury or
gum disease. Often times, if a tooth is missing, the associated bone will be
reabsorbed into the body. In these cases, the corrupted quality and lack of
available bone structure makes the addition of dental implants difficult.
Current technology enables us to restore lost bone when necessary. It
performs the dual service of allowing us to restore functionality while,
improving the overall appearance of your teeth so you can smile with confidence.
Bone cells are taken from a tissue bank or from your own body from areas,
such as the jaw, hip or below your knee. In some cases a special layer is used
to assist the development of the bone cells. This process is called guided bone
If you live in or around Austin
, please call our offices or fill out an online appointment
request form today to find out the various bone grafting options available to
you. We will gladly answer any questions and address any concerns that you may
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