Regenerate and Renew with Bone Grafting
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that involves adding bone or bone-like materials to the jawbone or other areas of the body to stimulate new bone growth. It is commonly performed to enhance the structure and strength of the jawbone, particularly in preparation for dental implants. During the procedure, the graft material is placed in the deficient area, providing a framework for new bone cells to grow and integrate. Over time, the graft material is replaced by the patient’s natural bone, resulting in a stronger foundation for dental restorations or improved overall bone health. Bone grafting is a valuable technique in reconstructive and implant dentistry, aiding in the restoration of lost bone volume and supporting long-term oral health.