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Bone Grafting

Over a period of time, the jawbone associated with missing teeth atrophies or shrinks. This often leaves an inadequate quantity of bone for implant placement. Nearby structures, such as the sinuses or nerves, may also interfere with implant placement. When these situations occur, reconstructing the jaw with bone grafts is often the solution. Bone grafts give us the opportunity to place implants in the best location to restore function and aesthetics.