Category: Jawbone Grafting

Ridge Preservation Following Tooth Loss

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When you lose your teeth, or have them extracted, we want to prevent the jawbone around the missing root from breaking down and complicating tooth loss. To do this, we can offer ridge preservation. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral and maxillofacial surgeons can discuss preserving your smile!

Using Grafting And Sinus Lifts To Rebuild Smiles

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When you lose teeth, this could mean the jawbone itself begins to lose mass and density, a complication that causes an aged appearance and limits the potential for implant placement. However, with oral surgery we can rebuild the weakened portions of the jaw! In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons… Read more »

Preserving Your Ridge Following Extraction

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Sometimes, we need to remove a tooth to protect your oral health and avoid discomfort. But once we do, the structure that supported the tooth begins to resorb, and this could cause a loss of mass and density that complicates dental implant placement. Which is why your Santa Rosa and Rohnert, Park, CA, oral surgeons… Read more »

Making Your Weakened Smile Ready For Implants

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What does tooth loss do to your smile? Without replacement with implant dentistry, this could lead to the loss of your bone structure. Over time, this weakens your smile and causes further tooth loss. But to receive dental implants, you may first need grafting and sinus lifts from your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA,… Read more »

A Better Smile Foundation With Grafting

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When we lose teeth, this could lead to a gradual breakdown in the jaw tissue. As the foundation of your smile erodes, this could mean an older appearance and worsening tooth loss. To make your smile dental implant ready, then your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons talk about jawbone grafting and sinus… Read more »

A Grafting Could Rebuild Your Smile Following Tooth Loss

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When you lose your natural teeth, this could mean major changes to the structure and integrity of your smile. The gradual breakdown could even complicate whether you can receive dental implants. To help rebuild the smile again, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons could recommend jawbone grafting or sinus lifts.

Making Smiles Implant-Ready With Jawbone Grafting

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When you lose multiple teeth, this could impact more than how you eat or smile. As the jawbone degrades, this could lead to weakened bone structure. Which means receiving dental implants could be complicated. To make your smile dental implant-ready, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons could offer jawbone grafting.

Grafting Could Make Your Smile Implant-Ready

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When we suffer from the loss of our natural teeth, this could mean major complications for your smile and facial structure. Often, these complications lead to bone structure unable to support tooth replacement with dental implants. To rebuild your smile, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons may prescribe jawbone grafting or sinus… Read more »

Preserving Your Ridge For Implant Placement

Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons may recommend a tooth extraction to protect your smile from major complications if a tooth is severely infected or damaged. But we also want to prevent issues from arising due to a missing tooth or two. With ridge preservation, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons help prepare… Read more »

Restoring Strength And Density To Your Smile

Did you know that once you lose one or more of your natural teeth, complications could begin to arise? The jawbone around the missing teeth begin to lose both strength and density, meaning that placing dental implants could be impossible without first rebuilding these portions of your smile. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa and… Read more »