Before dental implants, a bone examination is important as the implant needs stable long-term funds – bones need. In some cases, the bone of the patient’s jawbone may not be suitable for the implantation due to individual reasons.
The question arises, how should I know, if I need bone grafting? First, we take a panorama X-ray, which our dentists examine and tell what kind of treatment is suggested for the patient. If the bone tissue is not suitable for implantation, dentists may recommend bone grafting.
Bone grafting is an oral surgical intervention when existing bone mass is filled with bone grafting material, which incorporates over time, and this could safely be implanted with the artificial tooth root.