What Bone Grafting Has to Do With Dentistry
If you are thinking about undergoing a dental implant surgery, it is possible you might also need a bone graft. While not every patient in Wesley Chapel that has lost a tooth will need a bone graft in order to securely insert an implant, in many cases disease or decay has caused part of the root or bone to be removed or deteriorate. If a patient does not have a substantial amount of jawbone to attach the implant to, it may come loose and potentially cause other issues in the mouth. In order to have a safe and secure implant, the dentist and oral surgery may wish to perform a dental bone graft first.