Bone Grafting

Our teeth help to maintain bone density by a natural renewal process. This ensures normal bone growth and healthy tooth tissue. If you have been missing a tooth or teeth for some time, or if there was a past infection in the area, you may have lost some of the bone that supported your tooth….

Tooth Extractions

Tooth removal When conservative treatment of tooth fails, the tooth has to be removed. This is a tooth extraction. X-ray examination is carried out, when necessary. It is very important for a patient to eat before the removal procedure, as it is not allowed to eat and drink at least 2 hours after tooth removal…

Sinus Lifts

A sinus lift is a very similar procedure to bone grafting. In this case, the upper jawbone is the area to be treated. The upper jaw is usually thinner than the lower, which makes it more difficult to insert dental implants. Why? Just above your upper teeth are your ‘maxillary sinuses’, which are basically ‘air…