Extraction Socket Bone Graft
This is the most ideal way to prevent the inevitable bone loss that happens immediately after a tooth is removed. In this cost-effective, minimally invasive procedure, bone replacement is placed into the socket at the same time of the extraction. This is done if an implant cannot be placed at the same time.
A “membrane” or covering is placed over the socket to prevent gums from growing inside the socket. Four to twelve weeks later, an implant can be placed in the exact position of the tooth.
This can also be done if a patient wants to have dental implants in the future and wants to slow the natural bone loss process.
Extraction Socket Bone Graft | Bone Widening/Expansion
Bone Grafting For Dental Implants
Nerve Repositioning – Lateralization | Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)