About Dental Bone Grafting
Dental bone grafting replaces missing bone and aids in the re-growth of new bone by placing material from the patient’s own body (or an artificial, synthetic or natural substitute) into the area where bone once existed. The new bone growth strengthens the grafted area by forming a bridge between the existing bone and the graft material. Over time, new bone growth will replace much of the grafted material.
Bone grafts are most commonly used to restore or regenerate bone as needed prior to the placement of bridges or dental implants.
Types of Bone Grafts / Dental Bone Grafting Techniques
Dr. Gregg W. McKenzie offers a variety of bone grafting techniques to enhance your oral health! Learn about them:
Call Dr. McKenzie to discus your bone grafting needs: (803) 788-0900
From sinus lifts to guided tissue regeneration, he has you covered!