Patients with insufficient jawbone may require bone grafts in order to build enough foundation to attach dental implants that anchor in the jawbone in the same manner as natural teeth. Dental implants serve as an artificial root to secure prosthetic teeth and fuse with the jawbone for maximum stability. When teeth are missing, the bone deteriorates and reduces the density, height, and width of the surrounding jawbone. When this occurs, oral surgeons are not able to install implants into the[…] Read More
When things go bad with dental implant surgery we fix complex cases and surgical complications. This picture shows a dental implant misadventure referred to us for treatment. A dentist, during a sinus bone graft implant placement, ended up with the implant displaced in the nose. It was removed through the nostril. We love complex implant cases. Call for a consultation and to learn how we fix complex cases and surgical complications.