Bone Grafting: A Scary Name but a Simple Process
When planning dental implant treatment, we perform a careful evaluation to ensure enough healthy bone structure exists to support the dental implant post and the load caused by chewing that will exert force on the dental implant and bone.
We use our 3-D cone beam technology to gain accurate information regarding your bone structure, sinuses, and other biological landmarks that might impact the success of your surgery.
If insufficient bone exists, we may recommend bone grafting in our Indianapolis dental office as a solution to make dental implant surgery possible.
Why Bone Grafting becomes Necessary
Losing a tooth can lead to bone loss because the lost tooth is no longer present to stimulate healthy ...