At QDT Dental, we provide the highest quality of care when it comes to bone grafting. Our team of highly-trained and experienced professionals are here to ensure that you receive the best care and results possible. With the latest technology, techniques and techniques, we can ensure that you get the best results from your bone graft procedure.
At QDT Dental, we specialize in bone grafts. Our team of experienced professionals is here to provide you with comprehensive bone grafts that are tailored to your specific needs. Whether you need a single bone graft or multiple bone grafts, we can provide you with the right treatment to get the best results.
At QDT Dental, we understand that bone grafts have a long recovery process. That’s why we provide comprehensive follow-up care to ensure that your bone grafts are healing properly and that you are getting the best results. Our team of experts will work with you to ensure that your bone grafts are healing correctly, and that you are getting the best care possible.
Bone loss to the jaw is one of the most severe consequences associated with missing teeth. Bone loss begins to occur as soon as the first permanent tooth is lost. Once you begin to experience bone loss, the next will be the loss in gum tissue. Overall, bone loss can completely alter your facial appearance which ages you more rapidly. Bone grafts are essential to rebuild and replace the damaged or missing bone needed to adequately support dental implants. A surgical procedure is performed to place an allograft or autograft in an area of the mouth where lost, diseased or damaged bone is located. Damaged bone can be a result of tooth removal or severe trauma.
Diseased bone can be a result of severe dental decay, a dental abscess or gum disease. Periodontal disease leads to the progressive loss of supporting bone and gingiva which leads to teeth becoming loose and eventually falling out. With routine deep cleanings, bacteria and gingival inflammation can be reduced creating a more healthy, receptive environment for the bone graft and implant to take. After grafting a patient may experience only mild discomfort that is usually controlled with anti-inflammatory medications and possibly antibiotics. In addition to halting accelerated bone loss, opting to have the graft can help you to expand your restorative options.