Bone Grafting

At Zara Dental, we can restore your smile with tooth replacement techniques such as dental implants or implant-supported dentures. Furthermore, we provide bone augmentation and bone grafting techniques to replace missing bone.

Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura
Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura

Sedation Specialist

What is Bone Grafting?

A bone graft is a surgical procedure that addresses issues related to bones or joints. Bone grafting is a viable treatment option for repairing bone damage caused by trauma or addressing joint dysfunction. It can also aid in the growth of bone around a dental implant if the surrounding bone has been damaged or lost. Furthermore, a bone graft can serve to augment an area where the bone is insufficient or provide support to maintain structural integrity.

Use of the patient’s own bone, bone from a donor, or artificial bone material are all possible options for bone grafting. If the patient’s body accepts the dental implant, it may offer a feasible location for osseointegration, enabling the formation of new, living bone tissue.

Who needs bone grafting

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Specialists & Dentists Under one Roof

Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura
Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura

Sedation Specialist

Dr. Aliakbar Setarehaseman
Dr. Aliakbar Setarehaseman

Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Alireza Hourfar
Dr. Alireza Hourfar


Bone Grafting in Houston, Texas

Loss of the jawbone is bad for oral health and can lead to a chain of problems, like being unable to move or losing teeth. Our Houston Dental bone grafts make it more likely that you will be able to get dental implants and other procedures to fix your teeth. In addition, if you think your jawbone is breaking down, you can get Bone Grafting surgery to improve your oral health, function, and quality of life as a whole. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for more information. Additionally, you can always book your appointment on our website.
A woman smiling in a dental chair during bone grafting procedure

More About Bone Frafting


When Do You Need Bone Grafting?

A dental bone graft may be necessary if you have suffered bone loss or damage as a result of periodontal disease, poorly fitting removable dentures, or oral trauma. Bone grafting is a procedure in which we replace or augment the bone surrounding the teeth. Bone grafting is a useful technique in implant placement and enhancing the fit and comfort of removable prostheses, especially in bone loss or damage cases. In addition, in cases where a patient's missing tooth affects the smile zone, bone grafting can enhance the aesthetic appearance.


What Happens During Bone Grafting?

Initially, the dentist will administer a local anesthetic to desensitize the region. The next step is to create a small incision in your gingival tissue. In order to visualize the jawbone and access a small portion of gum tissue, it is necessary to perform a minor surgical procedure. Following the sterilization and disinfection of the site, the dentist proceeds to pack the cavity with a bone grafting substance. In numerous instances, a membrane is placed over the bone graft to provide an additional layer of protection. The gingival tissue is subsequently repositioned, and we suture the incision to close.


Types Of Bone Grafting

The three types of bone grafting are autogenous, allograft, and xenograft. An autogenous graft involves the transfer of bone from a specific region of the patient's body to the grafting site. Alternatively, an allograft involves the utilization of artificial bone or bone obtained from a bone repository. Finally, the xenograft consists of the use of bovine or cow bone. Dentists consider the autogenous bone graft the most effective and successful option among these three options. Autogenous bone grafting is the most effective method of grafting as it involves using live bone that promotes bone growth and aids in the healing process. If your dental needs necessitate a bone graft, Zara Dental Services' highly trained and qualified dentists and staff will be by your side to walk you through the process every step of the way.

Benefits of Bone Grafting

Increased Stability

Increased Stability

Improved Oral Function

Improved Oral Function

Improved Aesthetics

Improved Aesthetics


Better Dental Implant Success Rate

Reduced Risk of Jawbone Loss

Reduced Risk of Jawbone Loss

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Benefits of Bone Grafting for Dental Health

Consult with your Zara dentists regarding the necessary preparations for your upcoming bone graft procedure. We recommend inquiring about discontinuing any medications, such as blood thinners, before the procedure. Also, we recommend that you quit smoking prior to your procedure in order to promote faster healing. Inform your dentist about all the medications you are currently taking, including over-the-counter drugs such as aspirin. Additionally, please inform us if there have been any changes in your health, such as the presence of a fever.

Additional imaging tests such as X-rays, CT scans, or magnetic resonance imaging may be necessary before your MRI procedure.

Depending on the purpose of your bone graft, it may be necessary to make more arrangements in advance. Before your dental procedure, we advise refraining from consuming any food or beverages after midnight on the evening before.

Patients may experience discomfort, inflammation, and discoloration following a dental bone graft procedure. These are typical post-treatment reactions that we expect to subside within the next few days. Painkillers can assist in alleviating the symptoms. Furthermore, your dentist might prescribe antibiotics to you. Please follow your dentist’s instructions precisely.

During the first few days, you might see small pieces of bone coming out of the wound. Most of the time, these pieces look like grains of salt or sand. In most cases, there is nothing to worry about, but you can call your dentist at Zara Dental to make sure.

Your dental insurance or extended dental coverage may usually cover the cost of your bone grafting. However, if you don’t have insurance or If you are looking for more information about the price of a specific service, please get in touch with one of our professional Zara Dental staff for help. They can help create an affordable payment plan so you can get the dental treatment you need.

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