What are your missing teeth options?
Often patients are not dental implant candidates because of deficient bone or gum in the intended implant site. However, dental implants may be possible with the help of Bone and Gum Grafting.
Also, there may be Periodontal Disease damage to the bone or gum supporting teeth. These sites would require replacing the missing bone or gum tissue around the teeth.
The latest methods of Bone and Gum grafting utilizing patient’s own tissue, donated tissue (allograft, Alloderm), other sources, HcPRP and bone morphogenic proteins are utilized by Dr. Saidi.
Platelets are blood cells involved in healing, and it has been found that platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can increase bone and gum production. Successful adjunctive PRP treatment can generate enough bone to support a dental implant.
Dr. Saidi has performed surgical procedures such as gum grafts, bone grafts and implant placement for more than 20 years safely and comfortably delivering the highest standard of care to hundreds of dental patients. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of the Oral Implantologists (FICOI) as well as the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) and is continually participating in international advanced programs to stay abreast of latest development in this fast changing field.
For more information on tissue and bone grafting, please contact Saidi Dental Group.
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