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Creates Secure Platform for Implant

Create a stable and secure platform for a dental implant. With this foundation, your new tooth will be as strong and functional as your original tooth over time.

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Restores Sites Bone Loss

Periodontal disease destroys the bone around teeth and bone in the area of missing teeth will disappear over time. Bone grafting can replace what’s been lost, helping to rebuild these sites and strengthen existing teeth.

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Fix deformities.

Procedures that remove a significant amount of bone can leave the jaw weakened. A bone graft can return strength to these areas.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is a critical step in the dental implants process, creating a stable, supportive foundation where the new teeth can rest securely. And bone grafting can be a crucial restorative technique to help reverse the effects of gum disease and bone loss. Contact Dr. Ficca to learn more about bone grafting.


Preservation Ridge bone graft

If you are having a tooth removed, Dr. Ficca can graft bone at the same time as the tooth extraction. Once the graft heals, it will create a strong foundation for a future dental implant.

Grafting and implants combined

Dr. Ficca may graft bone around a dental implant that he places to build additional support for your implant and bite.

Ridge augmentation and Sinus augmentation.

Even if you have significant bone loss on the upper or lower jaw, you may still be a candidate for a dental implant. Dr. Ficca can use advanced techniques to establish bone in the area of a tooth that is already missing. Generally, patients wait 4-8 months for this bone to heal, and then Dr. Ficca places the implant.