ConfiDental Beverly Hills offers state-of-the-art bone grafting treatments to help restore and rebuild your jawbone if it has been lost due to gum disease. Bone grafting in Beverly Hills can also repair fractured bones or restore lost jawbone height, which is essential for optimal oral health. Our experienced dentist can provide a personalized plan to build up your jawbone and increase the success of dental implant placement or other therapeutic devices, such as bridges or dentures. 

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Bone grafting in Beverly Hills at ConfiDental

Bone loss in the jawbone is common when one or more teeth have been lost due to injury, decay, or trauma. Bone grafting builds up the jawbone to accommodate a dental implant or another restorative device.

We can also use this procedure to help repair fractures or otherwise heal damage to the jawbone. Because our office does a lot of dental implant procedures, bone grafting is a standard procedure for our dental team.

Bone grafting for dental implants

Bone grafting in Beverly Hills is necessary for restoring and rebuilding the jawbone in areas where s may be placed. By addressing issues such as bone loss due to gum disease or trauma, our experienced team can help ensure that your implant placement process is successful.

Bone grafting helps increase dental implants' success rates by strengthening the jawbone and making it more able to support the implant without the risk of shifting or failing over time.

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Am I a good candidate for bone grafting?

Whether or not you are a good candidate for bone grafting depends on the following:

  • What is the severity of your bone loss?
  • How much bone needs to be restored?

Other conditions that may make you a good candidate for this procedure include

  • The need for dental implants
  • Restoration of lost height in the jawbone

Our team at ConfiDental can provide a consultation during which these factors can be reviewed to determine whether you are a candidate for bone grafting in Beverly Hills.

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What are the benefits of bone grafting?

This restorative dental procedure can help rebuild lost bone tissue by replacing tissue with natural or synthetic bone material and is commonly used in preparing the jaw bones for dental implants. The grafts provide stability and support to ensure the successful integration of implants into the jawbone.

Some of the benefits of bone grafting include: 

  • Increased success rates for implant placement
  • Improved oral health
  • Restoration of lost height in the jawbone

What is the procedure for bone grafting?

Bone grafting is a surgical procedure used to augment or replace bone in areas where it is deficient or has been lost. The specific steps of the procedure can vary depending on the type of bone graft and the purpose it serves, but here is a general overview of the bone grafting process:


The process typically begins with a consultation with an oral surgeon or a periodontist. During this consultation, the patient's medical history, oral health, and the specific reasons for bone grafting are discussed. The surgeon will also explain the procedure, potential risks, and expected outcomes.


Before the bone grafting surgery begins, the patient is given anesthesia to ensure they are comfortable and pain-free throughout the procedure. The type of anesthesia used (local, general, or sedation) depends on the complexity of the graft and the patient's preference.

Graft Material:

The surgeon selects the appropriate graft material based on the patient's needs. Common sources of graft material include the patient's own bone (autograft), donor bone from a cadaver (allograft), or synthetic materials. The chosen material is prepared for grafting.


A small incision is made at the site where bone grafting is needed. This may be in the jawbone for dental implants, around a fracture site for orthopedic purposes, or elsewhere in the body for specific medical conditions.

Graft Placement:

The graft material is placed in the prepared area, either on top of the existing bone or in the bony defect. The surgeon may use screws, pins, or other fixation devices to secure the graft in place.


The incision is carefully closed with sutures or surgical staples. A protective membrane or barrier may be placed over the graft to aid in healing and prevent the surrounding tissues from invading the graft site.

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How long after bone grafting can I get dental implants?

The bone graft usually takes 4 to 6 months to integrate with your existing bone tissue before the dental implants can be placed. The actual duration will depend on various factors, including:

  • Your overall health
  • The treatment's complexity
  • The bone graft's quality
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Contact us for bone grafting treatment

ConfiDental delivers the ultimate patient experience for bone grafting in Beverly Hills  – discreet, private, and with concierge care in a boutique environment. Dr. Massaband is a highly trained professional who brings exceptional skills to modern dentistry, earning her master’s degree in public health and a doctorate in dentistry for superior care. Contact our practice for treatments on and off regular hours, contact our practice to experience the ultimate in dental care.

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