© Centennial West Rouge Dentistry, Port Union and Lawson Road.
Dr Joseph Tabri

Bone Grafting

Gone are the days when a tooth was extracted and the jaw left to heal on it’s own. With the introduction of implants in dentistry, proper management of the extraction socket is an integral part of the treatment plan. Research has shown that 25% of the bone collapses soon after a tooth is removed and 40-60% after 3 years. With the introduction of bone substitutes, we are now able to preserve and/or add width and height to the jaw bone for future implant placement, for cosmetic reasons or in cases where more bone would be beneficial for implant retention.

What causes bone loss?

There are many reasons why bone collapses: Recent extractions Gum Disease Trauma Severe infections Cyst removal Root fractures

What is bone substitute made of?

The source of the bone substitute could be human, animal or synthetic. It is chemically and physically treated to remove living cell and sterilized to comply and exceed the strict standards of governmental requirements. It comprises mostly the mineral calcium compound. We Use Geislitch Biomaterials.
449 Lawson Rd Scarborough, Corner of Port Union and Lawson (416) 282 5213
In addition to General Dentistry we also offer more specialized treatment :
If you have questions about bone grafting email us at joseph@drtabri.com or give us a call at (416) 282-5213
Joseph@drtabri.com
© Centennial West Rouge Dentistry, Port Union and Lawson Rd.
Dr Joseph Tabri

Bone Grafting

Gone are the days when a tooth was extracted and the jaw left to heal on it’s own. With the introduction of implants in dentistry, proper management of the extraction socket is an integral part of the treatment plan. Research has shown that 25% of the bone collapses soon after a tooth is removed and 40-60% after 3 years. With the introduction of bone substitutes, we are now able to preserve and/or add width and height to the jaw bone for future implant placement, for cosmetic reasons or in cases where more bone would be beneficial for implant retention.

What causes bone loss?

There are many reasons why bone collapses: Recent extractions Gum Disease Trauma Severe infections Cyst removal Root fractures

What is bone substitute made of?

The source of the bone substitute could be human, animal or synthetic. It is chemically and physically treated to remove living cell and sterilized to comply and exceed the strict standards of governmental requirements. It comprises mostly the mineral calcium compound. We Use Geislitch Biomaterials.
In addition to General Dentistry we also offer more specialized treatment :
If you have questions about bone grafting email us at joseph@drtabri.com or give us a call at (416) 282-5213
Joseph@drtabri.com
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