Dental Bone Graft

A dental bone graft is a procedure that restores bone in areas where it has been lost due to tooth loss, gum disease, or trauma.

Dental Bone Grafts in Basalt, CO

Elevate Dental Wellness’s holistic approach ensures that the materials and techniques used in bone grafts support your overall health and well-being. By enhancing the bone structure, we can provide a strong foundation for implants or improve the stability of existing teeth. This treatment not only improves function but also helps maintain the natural aesthetics of your smile.

A 3D illustration of a dental procedure showing a bone graft being placed into a tooth socket. A dental instrument is used to insert the grafting material into the socket, indicating preparation for a dental implant or other restorative procedure.
  • What is a dental bone graft?

    A dental bone graft is a surgical procedure that involves adding bone material to your jaw. When bone loss has occurred due to missing teeth, gum disease, or injury, it is often necessary to support dental implants or enhance the stability of existing teeth.

  • How does a dental bone graft work?

    A small incision is made in the gum to access the bone during the procedure. The graft material, which can be taken from your own body, a donor, or a synthetic source, is then placed in the area needing augmentation. Over time, this material fuses with the existing bone, creating a solid foundation.

  • How long does a dental bone graft take to heal?

    The healing process for a dental bone graft can vary but typically takes several months. During this time, the new bone integrates with the existing bone. Follow-up appointments are necessary to monitor the healing process and ensure the graft is successful.

More Questions?

If you have more questions about dental bone grafting or would like to schedule an appointment, contact our office, and we will be happy to discuss further.

Elevate Dental Wellness

711 E Valley Rd #201a
Basalt, CO 81621
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