Autogenous Block & Particulate Bone Grafting
A bone grafting procedure performed before dental implant surgery to increase the volume of bone to create a necessary foundation of bone for dental implant placement. Bone can be donated from the patient, cadaver, bovine specimen, or synthetically fabricated. The graft is fixated and implant placement can generally occur four to six months after grafting occurs.
Sinus Grafting & Sinus Lifts
This procedure is utilized to increase the foundation of available bone in the posterior area of the upper jaw at or prior to implant placement. Bone can be donated from the patient, cadaver, bovine specimen, or synthetically fabricated.
Conservative Extractions for Implant Placement
A method of extracting teeth used to minimize damage to adjacent hard and soft tissue and preserve as much bone as possible to facilitate future dental implant placement.
Socket Preservation & Ridge Augmentation
A bone grafting procedure used at the time of extraction or before dental implant surgery to preserve bone for immediate or future implant placement. Bone is placed inside the extraction site to prevent resorption of the alveolar ridge.