How To Avoid Bone Grafting?
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How To Avoid Bone Grafting?

Posted By nextsmiles nextsmiles     October 1, 2021    

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A bone graft is a commonly performed procedure in a dental clinic or hospital. If you are getting a dental implant or need any other dental surgery, you will be required to have a bone graft. So how do you know if you need such a thing as bone grafting?


What Is Bone Grafting, And Why Is It Done?

 

Bone grafting is a technique used to fill in missing areas of bone when needed, especially in the jaw. It can be done either at the time of dental implant placement or after the surgery.

 

The benefits of bone grafting include:

 

● Replaces bone structure

● Prevents tissue, nerve or tooth decay

● Preserves natural tooth structure

● Avoids extraction of natural teeth, which would lead to other treatments and surgeries

 

An added advantage of this procedure is that the donor’s bone helps keep the jaw healthy and strong and, therefore, can thwart reoccurrence of any other teeth loss.

 

Risk Factors For Bone Grafting

 

There are several risk factors involved in bone grafting. Therefore, your dentist will first evaluate your situation to determine whether you are the right candidate for bone grafting. Some of the things to consider include:

 

● Chronic disease

● Hypertension

● Heart disease

● Depression

● Use of tobacco

● Multiple implants and oral surgery history

 

These are likely to affect the success of the dental implants surgery and bone grafting procedure.

 

Can Bone Grafting Be Avoided?

 

Bone grafting can be avoided. This is especially true if there are other alternatives. One of these alternatives is the All-on-4® procedure.

Dental implants will be placed on either of the lower or upper jawbones. Therefore your dentist will choose only the healthiest and existing jawbone. This will help to avoid bone grafting.

 

Taking care of your teeth by following the correct oral care procedure is the best way to care for your jaw bone. The moment you lose your teeth, the jawbone begins to wear out and hence creating the need for bone grafting.

 

It all starts with proper dental care such as brushing of teeth, using mouthwash, flossing, regular visits to the dentist office and more.

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