Longmont, CO Bone Grafts Make Dental Implants Possible

Dr. Kory Wallin and the rest of our team will do everything we can to help you achieve your smile goals. If you’ve been told your jaw is not strong or thick enough for dental implants, you owe it to yourself to find out more about Longmont, CO bone grafts from Silver Leaf Dentistry. During this procedure which prepares your mouth for implants, our caring team will help relieve dental anxiety by offering items from our comfort menu, including:

  • Soft blankets and pillows so you can relax
  • Headphones and ceiling-mounted TVs to entertain you
  • Private, spacious care rooms for your comfort

Call 720-504-2539 today to set up a consultation or $59 second opinion** – you’ll be glad you did! For your convenience, we’re open at 7 a.m. three days a week and don’t close until 7 p.m. two evenings a week. We’re located at 1100 Ken Pratt Blvd., Unit E, just a block and a half from South Pratt Parkway.

Bone Grafting Allows for a Full Smile

Over time, the bone tissue in your jaw can naturally deteriorate. Missing teeth can speed up this process because your tooth roots are no longer present to stimulate the bone. To strengthen your jaw and prepare your mouth for replacement teeth, bone grafting may be necessary.

Dr. Wallin understands that every case is different and deserves custom solutions. We will explain all your options and help you come up with a plan that best suits your needs and goals.

Dr. Wallin has undergone extensive training in oral surgery procedures so he can provide exceptional patient care. For your bone grafting procedure, he will:

  • Use state-of-the-art digital X-rays to assess your situation and precisely plan your treatment
  • Place healthy bone tissue over your weakened tissue, where it will grow and strengthen your jaw
  • Recommend implant restoration options after you are fully healed to complete your new smile

The bone in your jaw won’t just grow back on its own. Bone grafts in Longmont, CO can make the difference! Call Silver Leaf Dentistry today at 720-504-2539 to schedule an appointment.

Common Questions About Bone Grafts

What is a bone graft?

A bone graft builds up bone in your jaw after you have lost teeth. Bone loss is a consequence of losing teeth because the tooth is no longer there to stimulate the bone beneath it. We’ll put a special material in the socket and cover it to safeguard the area. Over time, it will literally become a component of your bone as it stimulates brand-new development. Because your bone is stronger, you can end up being a prospect for dental implants.

Are bone grafts necessary?

Bone grafts are often necessary for patients in the aftermath of tooth loss. This is because losing a tooth also means losing jawbone mass. If your bone isn’t strong enough, you may need a bone graft to rebuild your jaw so that it can provide adequate support for dental implants.

Are bone grafts painful?

Bone grafts are performed with the utmost care at our office. Our team has many years of training and experience between us, as well as advanced technology and effective numbing to help make such procedures more precise and comfortable.

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