The process of Dental Implants requires a specific area in the jawbones that makes it imperative for everyone who needs dental replacement or removal of damage to undergo bone grafting or what is known as the process of Dental Implants. It is a surgical procedure that uses the transplanted bone to repair and rebuild diseased or damaged bones.
In this context, our website had the opportunity to meet Dr Ahmad Jbara to talk about the most significant details associated with this process.
In detail, Dr Jbara pointed out that most orthopaedic surgeries are performed after the loss of teeth or gum injury to certain diseases that lead to a reduction in the size and density of bones, and sometimes the jawbones themselves are not sufficient to consolidate natural teeth.
Implants replacing missing teeth need to be large enough to withstand the forces of chewing and there needs to be adequate bone to support the size of the implant. If placed into the insufficient bone, then the implant may fail.
Jaw bone transplantation can be performed using the patient’s natural bone from inside the mouth or using artificial bone material, which not only replaces the lost bone but also helps to regenerate the bone, to harden over time and integrate with the natural bone, which promotes its growth and improves bone density.