Bone Graft In Webster, TX
If gum disease has run rampant in your mouth, your gums will begin to recede. If your gums are allowed to recede enough, your teeth will begin to become loose, and you will be in danger of losing teeth.
Once you have lost teeth, whether it be from gum disease, tooth decay, or injury, you can still restore your oral health by replacing your teeth with a tooth replacement option, such as:
- Dental Implants
If you do not replace your missing teeth, you can start to get into trouble. You will begin to lose gum tissue and bone that once surrounded your teeth.
What is a Bone Graft?
If your jawbone has thinned out, you are still able to regain that lost function and save your appearance through a bone graft. A bone graft will restore the bone in your jaw by applying soft tissue that recreates bone. After we’ve replaced the bone that you’ve lost, you can receive your tooth replacement option. After your bone graft, dental implants are then a great option for teeth replacement.
Signs You Need a Bone Graft
When you lose bone in your jaw, your appearance will begin to change. Often, your lower jaw will shrink and will create wrinkles in your skin that weren’t there before. When you get these new wrinkles, you will begin to look older than you really are. Also, your lower jaw shrinking can leave your face looking abnormal because your upper and lower jaw are disproportionate in size. Nobody wants to look odd or older than they really are, but that is exactly what can happen to you if your oral health falls into disrepair. If your oral health has faltered, we can help you get your appearance back to normal with a bone graft procedure and tooth replacement option at Clear Lake Dental Care.
Dental Implants After Bone Graft
Once you have had your bone graft, you can make sure that your bone never deteriorates again through replacing your missing teeth with dental implants. When you have dental implants placed, it will not only give your mouth a beautifully functional smile that will boost your confidence, but it will also give your oral health a much-needed boost!
Dental implants replace your teeth as well as the roots of your teeth. Replacing the roots of your teeth is important because it is the sole reason for retaining the gum tissue and bone surrounding your teeth.
Schedule a Consultation
If you have lost teeth and have not had them replaced because you don’t have enough bone to support replacement teeth, you may be in need of a bone graft. Call Clear Lake Dental Care at 281-557-8097 or make an appointment using our online form. We wish to give you the smile that you’ve always dreamed about, even in seemingly hopeless situations such as lost bone. Your smile can be realized at Clear Lake Dental Care!