Ewing bone grafting
Are you nervous about needing a Ewing bone grafting? Our warm and welcoming staff and offices will have you feeling better about it in no time as we explain the process to you either over the phone or in person. Bone grafting is often done in the case of implants. When an implant needs to be placed, candidates must have sufficient gum and bone to place the implant into the jaw bone. If there is not enough jaw bone or gum, we may perform a Ewing bone grafting in order to create enough bone to place the implant.
Ask us about any of our other dental services that we provide. We specialize in a wide range of dental procedures, and are proud to offer our patients the individual care that we offer to each and everyone that walks through our door. We’re open during convenient business hours so that you can come in with you and your family, on a schedule that is right for you. Ask us about any of our procedures and feel free to ask questions to make sure that you’re educated enough to make the right decision for your dental care.
Our office is open Monday through Friday by appointment only, but patients can make appointments directly online or call us. If you are suffering from an emergency, we welcome emergency appointments that are needed same day as well. A Ewing bone grafting doesn’t have to be a scary experience, either. Our dentist will explain everything as we go along, allowing you to feel comfortable about your dental experience and dental work before we even start, keeping you in the loop as we go. Dr. Kushner has been practicing for over 25 years and received training at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. He is also a member of the ADA and the NJ State Dental Society.
08610 bone grafting
Major and minor bone grafting procedures are done when jawbone becomes atrophied or reabsorbed into the gum after a missing tooth. Implants commonly replace missing teeth, but those patients seeking a dental implant are not candidates for placement if they are missing bone or gum. This is where 08610 bone grafting comes in. In a bone grafting procedure, the patient can grow bone again where needed and have their dental implants placed to restore functionality and esthetic appearance of the jawline.
If the sinus wall is too thin, implants cannot be placed and a sinus lift may be ordered. A sinus lift, or graft, allows the dental surgeon to enter the sinus where the upper teeth were and lift the sinus membrane upward so donor bone can be inserted. A healing period of several months is given so that the bone becomes part of the patient’s jaw and the implants inserted. If the case is severe, and the ridge has been reabsorbed, an 08610 bone grafting procedure may be recommended in order to increase the ridge height or width.
Inadequate bone structure usually happens due to missing teeth or gum disease. Injury can also be a reason for the deterioration of bone. During an 08610 bone grafting procedure, our dentist can obtain bone from a tissue bank or from the patient’s own bone, usually the hip or tibia. Traumatic injury or tumor may require a bone graft. Congenital defects may also play a role in the need for a graft. Bone grafting surgery requires a hospital stay and is performed at a hospital in an operating room. The implant can be done in the offices of Dr. Michael Kushner, DDS. Once the implant is completed, and a healing period of months given, an artificial tooth is placed over the implant.