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Bone Grafting - Newton, MA

Is Your Jawbone Slowly Vanishing?

Save the Foundation of Your Smile

Your jawbone is the bedrock of your smile. If the bone is succumbing to decay, you can start to lose teeth. Your face can take on a prematurely aged, sunken appearance. You may have to give up some of your favorite foods. Whether your bone recession process has just begun or has reached a more advanced state, surgically trained, board-certified prosthodontist Dr. Noah Orenstein can reverse the damage. Count on him to restore the health and strength of your jawbone—and your distinctive facial appearance—with bone grafting in Newton, MA.

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Regrow Lost Jawbone

During bone grafting, Dr. Orenstein places a small amount of bone material into an area where the bone has receded. Over time the bone graft material will slowly grow together with the existing healthy bone, restoring its strength and mass. Once those are reestablished, your jaw will be able to support dental implants. Those will allow you to speak, laugh, and smile with complete confidence—and eat virtually anything you want! With the dental implant expertise he acquired through three years of advanced, post-dental school training, Dr. Orenstein can provide comprehensive implant care, from tooth extractions to implant placement and restoration, right here.

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Ridge Augmentation

If you lose teeth and bone mass your jawline can lose its characteristic appearance. Ridge augmentation is a treatment in which Dr. Orenstein reshapes and rebuilds the bone using bone graft material, enabling you to reclaim the facial esthetics and structure that look familiar to you.

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Sinus Lift

When you lose bone mass in your upper jaw, you may experience a complication that doesn’t occur in your lower jaw. Your upper jawbone provides support to your sinus cavities. If the bone recedes the sinus floor can sink into the space left behind. Dr. Orenstein can reverse this with a sinus lift—gently lifting the sinus floor and placing bone graft material below to support it.

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Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR)

Bone heals more slowly than soft tissues such as your gums. When hard tissues and soft tissues are healing alongside one another one can slow the progress of the other. To prevent this from happening when you have bone grafting, Dr. Orenstein places a biocompatible mesh between your bone and gums and bone graft areas, allowing for a more efficient healing process.

Jawbone Loss Can Be Reversed

Rely on the bone grafting expert.