Category: Jawbone Grafting

Jawbone Grafting And Implant Dentistry

Through implant dentistry, patients who have experienced tooth loss can enjoy many benefits from secured, lifelike prosthetic appliances. In addition to regaining confidence in your smile, the work to replace missing teeth can improve your dental function and even your oral health! Unfortunately, not everyone can proceed with prosthetic treatment, as many individuals have experienced… Read more »

Arranging Laser Care Before Prosthetic Work

Through the work of restoring your full smile, you can enjoy renewed confidence in your smile, feel more comfortable when you bite and chew, and address oral health vulnerabilities created by tooth loss. Depending on your oral health at the time you want to discuss treatment, you may need to undergo certain services before you… Read more »

Jawbone Grafting And Prosthetic Dentistry

Through the process of placing and restoring dental implants, people who have experienced tooth loss regain both their smile and comfortable dental function. Implants create a degree of stability for prostheses that lead to comfort as well as stronger biting and chewing, and they have the added benefit of stimulating your jawbone to keep it… Read more »

When Is Laser Jawbone Grafting Recommended?

As you look into the process of fully restoring your incomplete smile, you can start to explore the advantages of implant dentistry. While dental implants make it possible for you to enjoy a permanent, stable prosthetic that leads to better bite function, not all patients are ready to move forward with their placement. It may… Read more »

Jawbone Grafting Before Implant Placement

The work to restore your smile and health in response to periodontal disease can sometimes call for treatment to address tooth loss. Over time, bacteria can destroy the tissues that help keep your teeth in place, leading to losses that hurt your smile and dental function. While dental implants can provide important support for prosthetic… Read more »

Jawbone Grafting Can Help You Qualify For Implant Placement

Are you ready to receive a dental implant and restore your full smile? While you may be eager to start treatment and address tooth loss, problems with jawbone deterioration may impact your ability to undergo implant placement. Fortunately, this is something that your Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontist can help you address! Our practice performs jawbone… Read more »

Addressing Jawbone Deterioration Before Implant Placement

Dental implants give people who have lost teeth more than just a means of keeping a dental prosthetic in place throughout the day. When an implant holds your restoration in place, it provides more stability for neighboring teeth, and it creates stimulation in your jawbone that helps to preserve its health and strength through the… Read more »

Scheduling Laser-Assisted Jawbone Grafting Treatment

The process of restoring your smile after tooth loss can boost your confidence in the way you look and improve your dental function. Tooth loss is often linked to periodontal disease, as the bacteria responsible for this condition can attack the tissues that keep teeth in position. In addition to helping you fight the effects… Read more »

Learn More About The Role Lasers Play In Grafting Treatment

In the process of helping patients recover from periodontal disease, grafting procedures are sometimes recommended. At our Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontal practice, we can actually use lasers to make these procedures more comfortable for patients! Laser technology offers greater precision when work is performed, and the recovery period after work is done can be shorter… Read more »

Arranging Laser Jawbone Grafting Before Implant Placement

One consequence of periodontal disease is tooth loss, which can significantly affect your appearance and dental function. When this occurs, a dental implant can hold a permanent prosthetic replacement for a missing tooth. Many patients are able to move forward with plans to restore their full smile after treatment for periodontal disease occurs, but some… Read more »