It can be frustrating to discover your jawbone is too weak to support dental implants. Thankfully, a bone graft can strengthen your jawbone and set you up for a successful dental implant experience. Dr. Amin Samadian and his team complete bone grafts through a minimally-invasive method using ultrasonics. With this technique, they can make sure your bone is unimpaired and equipped for implants.
In a conventional tooth extraction, the tooth is turned and twisted in the socket and pulled out. The issue with this process is that it can damage the gum and bone tissue that surrounds the tooth and possibly worsen bone loss.
Dr. Samadian and his team in San Francisco use an advanced, minimally-invasive method that extracts the tooth gently without the usual tilting and rotating movements, which can damage gum and bone health. Their technique also permits for a little discomfort and a quicker recovery period.
A minimally-invasive bone graft may be a good decision if you have a horizontal bone defect, a vertical bone defect, or both. If you have a tooth that’s damaged, impacted, or infected beyond repair, minimally-invasive tooth extraction will likely be needed to maintain your best oral health.
Take the first step to a healthier smile by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Amin Samadian and his highly trained staff at his San Francisco office.
Our office located in San Francisco can complete most services in a single day using our in-house lab, and we offer zero & low-interest financing options for all treatments. Schedule an appointment today using the form below.
During the surgery, Dr. Samadian and his highly trained staff in San Francisco will use a specialized method to gradually remove your tooth without inflicting any damage on your gum or bone tissue. Then, they’ll evaluate your socket and flush out any infected tissue. Lastly, they’ll select and place the proper grafting materials.
Dr. Amin Samadian and his staff work very diligently to ensure that you are as relaxed and comfortable as possible during a minimally-invasive bone graft or extraction.
With a minimally-invasive bone graft, you can attain a stronger jawbone that can hold and support dental implants. If you decide to move forward with minimally-invasive tooth extraction, you can expect for your tooth to be extracted efficiently and painlessly.
*Individual Results May Vary
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