BONE GRAFTING

Depending on the area where bone is missing and the type of bone defect, different types of bone grafts can be realized.
Sinus floor elevation  allows the bone volume of the upper jaw to be restored when the sinus has developed in the space usually occupied by the roots of the premolar and molar teeth. This situation is very common. It involves adding biomaterials to the lower part of the sinus by first pushing back the sinus membrane that lines it.
This operation is performed under local anaesthesia and is painless. The cheek then swells for several days and there is moderate pain after the operation.
The filling must then ossify for 6 months and the implants are then inserted.
In some cases the implants can be inserted in the same session as the sinus floor elevation.

Horizontal and/or vertical bone grafts are carried out on areas where the bone is too narrow and/or too short. It is sometimes possible to add bone in the same session as the implant placement.

A healing period of 6 to 9 months is then necessary.

These operations are performed under local anaesthesia; the cheek swells for several days and there is moderate pain after the operation.

Dr. Hélène ARNAL dedicates most of her practice to implant treatments involving bone grafts.

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Monday – Thursday 9:30 – 19:00
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Some Saturdays 9:00 – 15:00

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