Bone Grafting

This is what Bone Grafting looks like. The most common use of bone grafting is in the application of dental implants, in order to restore the hollow area where there is a missing tooth. Dental implants require bones underneath them for support and to have the implant integrate properly into the mouth. People who have been without teeth for a prolonged period may not have enough bone left in the necessary locations. In this case, bone can be taken from the chin or from the pilot holes for the implants or even from the iliac crest of the pelvis and inserted into the mouth underneath the new implant.
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