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Grafting

Sinus Grafting

Preservation of Bone After Tooth Loss

Autograft

Allograft

Tissue Augmentation for Implants and Teeth

Root Coverage

In some instances, you may be lacking in bone, gum or both. Once a tooth has been lost, the gum and underlying bone reduces in volume and height. In some of these cases, you may need bone augmentation (grafting) or soft tissue or gum augmentation (grafting).

The videos below show some of your grafting options, but there are many more. Your individual circumstances will be taken into consideration during the diagnostic evaluation and you will be advised if you require any augmentation (grafting).