What Is Bone Grafting and How Does It Work?
Bone grafting is a minor surgical procedure, during which a small bone is implanted using a special grafting material to increase the ridge width and/or height of a patient’s jaw bone. The bone graft stimulates the body to produce new bone. As the jaw bone grows, the graft will shrink and be reabsorbed into the body and final healing occurs over several months.
What Is Recovery from a Bone Grafting Procedure Like?
Where Does Bone Grafting Material Come From?
When Would a Patient Need a Bone Graft Before Receiving an Implant?
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