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The jawbone plays an important role in dental health from offering solid help to the teeth to shaping piece of the mouth structure – and consequently facial appearance It is consequently a reason for concern when your jawbone begins to crumble because of bone misfortune. Fortunately, at Periodontal Associates, we offer several dental solutions, including bone regeneration therapy, which helps to stop bone loss and stimulate the growth of new bone structure. The bone regeneration treatment is especially important when you are considering undergoing Dental Implant placement.


The deficiency of bone in the jaw can be because of certain reasons. These include:

  • Missing teeth. The jawbone needs consistent incitement to keep up its structure. The incitement comes from the teeth when you are gnawing and biting. Along these lines, when you have a missing tooth, your jawbone experiences inadequate incitement and hence begins to weaken.
  • Advanced gum infection. The jawbone is comprised of living cell tissues, which are inclined to bacterial contamination. Subsequently, the bacterial contamination of gum illness can discover its way to the jawbone, where it can cause impressive harm.
  • Dental injury. A horrendous injury to the mouth can knock off the tooth, crack it, or cause its situation on the jaw to move. These can bring about a disease, which can without much of a stretch spread to the jawbone, causing bone misfortune.
  • Oral contamination. An oral disease (viral, bacterial, tumors, and others) can likewise spread to the jawbone, where it can cause harm and result in bone misfortune.


Bone regeneration is an oral surgery procedure that is performed to stimulate the growth of new bone. It involves placing bone grafting material where the new bone structure will form. The graft then starts to grow, until it completely meshes with the existing jawbone to form one structure.

The bone regeneration procedure is carried out under anesthesia and in a single session. An incision is created on the gum surrounding the area where the loss has occurred to offer access to the jawbone. In case there is an infection, the damaged bone is removed and the area thoroughly cleaned. The graft material is then placed and covered with a biocompatible material. After that, the surgery site is closed by stitching the gums together.


Bone regeneration is usually performed before a dental implant procedure, when there has been considerable damage to the bone, or when there is not sufficient bone to hold the implants. The procedure can, however, be performed for other reasons such as

  • Increase the support of the teeth. Bone loss, if left untreated, can reach critical levels that can result in multiple tooth loss. Bone regeneration can thus be performed to increase the support of your teeth.
  • To preserve bone structure and prevent dental problems. Bone regeneration can be used as a preventative treatment, for example, following extraction of the teeth. When used this way, it helps to preserve the jawbone structure by preventing bone loss
  • To improve facial appearance. Loss of bone in the jaw can lead to an unsightly facial appearance. Regenerating the bone can help to restore proper mouth structure, thus improving the facial appearance.
  • During sinus lift surgery. Sinus lift involves increasing the jawbone structure by lifting the sinus to create more space. A bone grafting material is placed in the created space to allow for the growth of new bone.


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