Do I Need Bone Grafting Before Dental Implants??

dental implantPrior to dental implant treatment some diagnostic test are carried out to check the density of bone that have in jaw, where the implant is to be placed. The density of bone decreases when the tooth is extracted or broken. To surpass the problem individuals undergo for dental bone graft treatment prior to having dental implants. Having bone graft treatment sound scary or disturbing, by undergoing this process can build the density of bone in major areas of jaw.

Placing bone graft with Hungary Dental Implants in London proves the high rate of success for implants treatment. Also ensures you that replacing teeth will look alike natural teeth.

How Necessitate Bone Graft Is?

The density of bone loss due to various reasons. Common reason behind bone loss is due to tooth loss that occurred since long time. Some periodontal diseases and untreated cavity also lead to bone loss.

How to Recover Lost Bone?

Bone can be taken from another part of your body, donor bone or some artificial bone substitute. Using your own bone is much beneficial compare to other. The success rate is high with your own bone, as it’s far less likely your body will reject the graft. You can also choose the donor bone that may be bovine or human. As the new bone cells gradually develop the grafting material is absorbed into the body.

Once the implant is placed in the jaw bone the objective is for the metal post to base with the nearby bone, this soothe the implants. Making implant strong supportive for dentures and bridges so it’s important that an implant is placed into healthy bone which has sufficient height, depth, and width.

 

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About hungarydentalimplant

Hungary Dental Implant is a dental agency which has worked for many years with several dental clinics in Hungary and the UK. We have offices and partner clinics in London, where consultations and aftercare sessions are held.
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