They can help implants to work in even the most complex of cases, using careful planning, the latest equipment and techniques.
In certain cases, the condition of the teeth has deteriorated dramatically, with possible loss of bone from the tooth area. Bone grafting can help give you back the stability you would have experienced with your natural teeth.
Occasionally it is necessary to use bone from another source, when the spaces in your mouth that require dental implants do not have sufficient bone quantity present. We use synthetic bone graft material at Chiswick Dental.
Often, following the loss or removal of upper back teeth, your sinuses will enlarge. Dental implants need to be surrounded by solid bone, rather than the air-filled space of the sinus, making Sinus Lift Augmentation an effective option.
It is a surgical procedure which replaces bone that has been lost due to the enlarged sinus.
If an infection causes a tooth to be removed, it can result in lost bone around the infected area. We are able to perform various types of bone grafting at the time of the tooth removal, in preparation for placement of a dental implant at a later stage.