A fracture, pain, infection or bone loss may result in the necessary extraction of the tooth. These conditions can also complicate the extraction and result in jaw deformity. To preserve the bone, prevent deformity and accelerate healing, state-of-the-art instruments are used by our dentists at Fairfield County Implants and Periodontics, LLC to gently remove the tooth followed by the placement of bone material with growth factors. New bone preserving forms provide a foundation for implant placement and stability. Our bone preservation process makes implant placements more predictable and can greatly improve your smile.
Conserving Bone as Much as Possible During Extraction Promotes:
- An increase in retained bone
- Shorter healing time
- Better aesthetic results
With Our Gentle Tooth Extraction Process, You May Expect:
- State-of-the-art instruments and expertise with a gentle approach
- Bone graft and growth enhancers to form new bone and accelerate healing
- Increased preserved jawbone for ideal implant placement
Failing teeth that require removal.
Gentle removal of teeth to preserve jawbone.
Bone graft to regenerate jaw and aid healing.
Healed bone (underneath the pink tissue) after bone grafting procedure.
Implant placement into solid jaw after bone-preserving extraction.
Final healthy result.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Michael Sonick, Dr. Rui Ma and Dr. Stephanie Koo by calling 203-254-2006 to learn more about ridge preservation in Fairfield, Connecticut.