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Restorative dentistry is a fantastic way to replace your lost teeth. You’ll be amazed by the quality of our dental implants, dentures, or partial dentures. All of these implants have longevity that will strengthen your teeth, and restore the cosmetic appeal of your smile.

Before the restorative dentistry treatment, your oral surgeons will look over the bone area where the implant will go in order to make sure the bone can support the implant. If Dr. Ercole and Dr. Geunes finds the bone is too thin, you will need a bone implant to add the support necessary for the dental implant.

The bone implant places a bone graft onto your natural bone. The bone graft’s source can be either your own bone, a bone-like material, or processed bone. The bone graft will add the mass and strength necessary to the jaw to support the dental implant. The bone graft can also add height and width to the jaw if necessary.

When the bone implant is completed, it will require a few months for the graft to fuse into the bone. Once the fusion is complete, you’ll be ready to come into Ocean State Oral Surgery Center, L.L.C. in North Providence, Rhode Island for your dental implants.

For any questions about dental implants or to schedule an appointment, please call Ocean State Oral Surgery Center, L.L.C. today.