Bone Grafting in Campbelltown

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What Is A Dental Bone Graft?

Facts to give you a better understanding

Surgical Procedure

Bone grafting at our Campbelltown clinic is a surgery performed by our highly experienced dentist and carried out chairside to increase the density and width of the jawbone.

Stem cell technology

We also utilise stem cell technology at our Campbelltown clinic using blood cells, platelets and growth factors from a patient’s blood to accelerate bone regeneration and serum to clean wounds and promote healing.

Sinus Lift

A sinus lift is another type of dental bone graft that may be carried out by our Campbelltown dentist to increase the bone density in the upper arch to prevent implants from penetrating the sinus cavity.

Bone Options

Bone can be taken from the patient, often from the inside of the mouth, or our Campbelltown dentists use synthetic bone material containing resins, calcium phosphate and hydroxyapatite.


In addition to local anaesthesia, patients can request intravenous sedation, placed into a vein in their hand or arm, to help them relax and feel more comfortable when getting a dental bone graft in Campbelltown.


Dental bone graft healing can take 3 to 9 months in Campbelltown patients and sometimes longer. Recovery depends on the type of bone graft, its location in the mouth, and the body’s healing capacity.

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Do I Need A Bone Graft?

Unfortunately, bone loss is a common occurrence in patients with tooth loss. CT scans and x-rays will be used to evaluate the volume of your jawbone to determine if bone grafting in Campbelltown is necessary. Patients need to be aware that a bone graft will increase the duration of the implant treatment and increase its cost.

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Advantages Of A Bone Graft

Bone grafting in Campbelltown provides many benefits. Surgery,

  • makes it possible to get implants if you have suffered bone loss
  • avoids alternative treatments such as dentures and bridges, which are less durable and require more maintenance
  • Bone grafting helps ensure implants last for several decades thanks to the artificial root (implant) being strongly fused within the jawbone
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Book An Appointment

Want to know more about getting a dental bone graft? Our experienced dental professionals will be happy to discuss the procedure with you.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.