Mississauga Dental Bone Regeneration

BONE REGENERATION Mississauga

REGENERATIVE PROCEDURES

Mississauga Dental Bone Regeneration procedures are measures taken to reverse the damage caused by periodontal disease through the regeneration of lost bone and/or tissue. The bone in areas where you are missing teeth needs to be strong enough to act as foundation for dental implants. When the bone is damaged due to periodontal disease or tooth loss, it may require surgical intervention to repair.

The regenerative procedure involves folding back gum tissue to eliminate the disease-causing bacteria. It requires the use of membranes, bone grafts, or tissue-stimulating proteins to encourage the body’s natural regenerative process. Once the existing bacteria have been removed, the bone and tissue begins to regenerate, patients may see a reversal of their periodontal disease symptoms. Reduced pocket depth and a return to good gum health are just a few of the positive outcomes of regeneration. Restoring supportive bone and tissue to a healthy state increases the chances of keeping one’s original teeth, which in turn decreases the chances of contracting other health issues associated with periodontal disease.

MISSISSAUGA DENTAL BONE REGENERATION FOR TEETH

Healthy teeth require a healthy support system and a strong foundation. When teeth have lost their supporting bone and tissue, Bone Regeneration procedures are a surgical treatment option for repair. Through the use of bone grafting materials and biological proteins, bone and tissue can be rebuilt in the required areas, to levels acceptable for the maintenance of healthy teeth.

MISSISSAUGA DENTAL BONE REGENERATION FOR IMPLANTS

In order for dental implants to anchor and stabilize, they require an adequate amount of bone to act as foundation. When there is not enough bone to support an implant, bone can be regenerated by using bone graft materials and biological proteins. Often, the Mississauga dental bone regeneration procedure happens months in advance of the implant process to allow time for the new bone to heal. Once the new bone reaches maturation, it can act as a stable foundation for the dental implant.

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