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Bone Grafting FAQ

BONE GRAFTING

Overview

Dental Hygiene

Brener Clinic can help

you grow new and healthy

bone (bone grafting) to

provide support for your

dental implants if needed

A prerequisite for placing dental implants is an adequate structure of bone, which acts as a stable foundation for the implants.

 

Tooth loss can cause bone deterioration. Bone grafting is a state of the art surgical procedure, designed specifically to replace lost bone. If your existing bone cannot support an implant, Brener Clinic can replace missing bone and help your body regenerate lost bone using bone grafting.

 

Some persons may have a jawbone that is too narrow or shallow to support an implant. They may also have a “bony defect” (missing a portion of bone).

 

In all these cases, Brener Clinic uses the latest bone grafting techniques to help restore sufficient bone to support dental implants.

"The secret to staying young

is to live honestly, eat slowly,

and lie about your age!"

 

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All patients are evaluated by Brener Clinic with a thorough history and physical examination prior to any services being performed. Not all patients are good candidates for these types of procedures. When a patient is found not to be a good candidate no treatment is offered or rendered. Results of individual treatments may vary.

 

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All patients are evaluated by Brener Clinic with a thorough history and physical examination prior to any services being performed. Not all patients are good candidates for these types of procedures. When a patient is found not to be a good candidate no treatment is offered or rendered. Results of individual treatments may vary.

 

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