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Bone Regeneration

Periodontal bone loss can be the result of many factors including, but not limited to:


  • Periodontal Disease

  • Systemic Disease 

  • Osteoporosis

  • Over Brushing

  • Trauma

  • Root Fracture / Tooth Decay

  • Parafunctional Habits: Bruxism, clenching

Who is a candidate for Bone Regeneration?

In our practice, each patient will receive a personalized treatment plan. 

To make a proper diagnosis, to attempt to regenerate the bone,

patients are evaluated and treatment plans are personalized to each case. 

This Includes:

Comprehensive examinations, radiographs are evaluated, and, in some cases, 3D scans are taken to determine the level of bone loss and the possibility to perform Bone Regeneration procedures. 

If patients are candidates, Bone Grafts with growth factors are offered. 

What Procedures Fall Under Bone Regeneration?

Such procedures are: 



Bone Grafting 

Guided Tissue Regeneration
Biological Material Treatment in addition to Bone and/or Gingival Grafting procedures

In cases where bone regeneration cannot salvage the tooth / teeth - Bone Regeneration is performed at the time of extraction to prepare the ridge for Dental Implant(s). (Read more button) 


Although LANAP treatments can regenerate some bone; if we encounter areas that can be helped further, we can then include additional procedures for further results. 


Additional procedures are available and recommended depending on case by case. 

Bone graft

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