Both natural teeth and dental implants require enough bone in the jaw to provide a stable foundation for their roots. If the jaw bone loses mass, it may become unable to properly support either a natural tooth or a dental implant. Bone loss can occur due to injury or trauma, tooth decay, infection and even simply the ageing process.
A bone graft can help to restore the level of bone mass in the jaw, which enables it to adequately support a dental implant. A bone graft procedure involves adding natural or synthetic bone granules onto the existing jaw. Once they fuse, your jaw will be better able to act as a foundation for your dental implant.
Bone Grafting at the Neem Tree
If you require a bone grafting procedure to help support a dental implant, we offer a range of natural and synthetic materials to ensure you choose the best option.
Our specialist dentists can ensure your dental implants are fitted safely, securely and comfortably. We will make sure your jaw bone is restored as painlessly and quickly as possible.