1 Bone Grafting for Dental Implants - Thousand Oaks, CA

Dental Bone Graft in Thousand Oaks, CA

Bone Grafting

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Rebuilding and Revitalizing

When teeth are lost, and without anything in place to stimulate bone growth, the bone that used to surround the tooth immediately starts to deteriorate. Once this bone is lost it does not grow back, but continues to wear away, making future tooth replacement much more difficult. If it has been a while since you lost your tooth, you may need a bone graft before receiving a dental implant. Dr. Jacqueline Subka is a periodontist in Thousand Oaks, CA who can provide you with a bone grafting procedure.

Come see Dr. Subka to learn more about your options for a dental bone graft in Thousand Oaks, CA. Call our office to schedule your appointment today!

Do not be discouraged if a previous dentist told you that you do not have enough bone for a dental implant.
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An Ideal Solution for Bone Loss

Many patients suffer with bone loss due to periodontal disease, trauma, or infection. However, it can make tooth replacement difficult. A dental implant needs a certain amount of bone to “hold on” to. If you have had dentures for a long time, or know someone who has, you know the pain and inconvenience that comes as your jaw bone wears away. A denture needs bone to “sit on” and to help it stay in place. A bone graft is an ideal solution to replace or augment bone to receive a much needed single tooth replacement or even implant supported dentures. A bone graft can also be used to restore sunken facial structure due to trauma or tooth loss.

Stability and Comfort

Dr. Subka will numb you before the procedure to ensure a comfortable visit. The procedure does not take much time and involves small incisions and a few stitches. You will be given antibiotics and pain medication if needed. Dr. Subka will inform you of any instructions and diet restrictions. She will allow a few months of healing time before placing the dental implant to ensure a successful integration of your new bone.