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Your jawbone is what supports your teeth and gums. Unfortunately, severe periodontal infection dissolves parts of your jawbone. This bone loss can eventually lead to the loss of your teeth. The first step of treatment is to remove the periodontal disease, which halts the bone loss. Then we repair the damage that has occurred. In many cases, various bone grafting techniques can be used to re-grow some of the jawbone that was lost.

Procedure: The periodontist administers a local anesthetic and gently opens the area. He then removes the periodontal disease, repairs the bone destruction and fills in the damaged area with bone grafting material. After healing, the involved teeth have more bone support and the infection is gone.

 

 

 

This transparent view of the gums shows the bone loss that has occurred from periodontal disease. The periodontist gently opens the area. He then fills it with bone grafting material.
A patch is placed to hold the material in. The periodontist then closes the area and lets it heal. The bone grafting material will integrate with the bone and the gum will also return to normal.
 
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