Bone grafting - building a better smile

Transform your smile with bone grafting at Oval Dental Clinic

At Oval Dental Clinic, advanced dental care meets innovative treatment solutions. Bone grafting is vital in dental health, particularly when preparing for dental implants. Our clinic specialises in bone graft dental services, offering patients the foundation they need for successful dental restorations. 

Whether you require a bone graft for tooth implant preparation or general oral bone graft procedures, our team of dental bone graft specialists is here to provide expert care. We are dedicated to enhancing your oral health with comprehensive dental grafting surgery, employing the latest bone graft oral surgery techniques. With a focus on patient comfort and optimal outcomes, our bone grafting services are designed to ensure your dental treatments are effective and long-lasting. 

Discover how our bone grafting solutions can transform dental health and contribute to a stronger, healthier smile.

Key features of bone grafting in Dubai

Foundation for dental implants

Bone grafting is crucial in dental implant procedures, particularly when patients lack sufficient jawbone density to support the implants. This lack of bone can be due to various reasons, such as periodontal disease, injury, or atrophy following tooth loss. In such cases, bone grafting builds up the bone, creating a stable and robust foundation for implant placement. This step is vital for the long-term success of the implant, as it ensures that the implant will be securely anchored in the jaw, providing the same function and feel as a natural tooth.

Enhancing jawbone strength and structure

The primary objective of bone graft dental procedures is reinforcing the jawbone’s strength and structure. This is particularly important in areas where bone loss has occurred. By adding new bone material, the graft helps to regenerate lost bone, restoring the natural contours of the face and jawline. This prepares the site for future dental work like implants and contributes to the jaw’s overall aesthetic appearance and structural integrity.

Various sources of graft material

The bone grafting material can be sourced from different places. An autograft uses bone taken from the patient’s own body, such as the hip or chin, which is beneficial as it reduces the risk of rejection and infection. An allograft involves using bone from a human donor, typically processed and sterilised to ensure safety. Synthetic grafts use biocompatible, artificial materials that stimulate bone growth. The choice of graft material depends on the specific requirements of the patient’s condition, the size of the area being treated, and individual health considerations.

Oral bone graft techniques

Oral bone graft techniques involve carefully placing the chosen graft material into the area where the bone is deficient. This procedure is performed under local anaesthesia or sedation to ensure patient comfort. Over time, the graft material integrates with the existing bone, which can take several months. This new bone growth strengthens the area, making it suitable for further dental procedures such as implants. Oral bone grafts are a vital component of dental grafting surgery, often used to address significant bone loss and ensure the success of restorative dental treatments.

Benefits of bone grafting at our dental centre:

Why choose Oval Dental Clinic for bone grafting in Dubai?

  • Expertise in dental bone grafting
    Oval Dental Clinic boasts a team of dental bone graft specialists, offering expert care in various bone grafting procedures, including bone graft dental and oral bone graft techniques.
  • Customised treatment plans
    Understanding that each case is unique, the clinic provides customised bone grafts for tooth implant procedures, tailoring treatments to meet individual patient needs.
  • Advanced surgical skills
    The clinic has skilled professionals adept in surgical wisdom tooth extraction and dental grafting surgery, ensuring high-quality and precise bone grafting services.
  • State-of-the-art technology
    Utilising the latest in dental technology, Oval Dental Clinic ensures that each bone graft oral surgery is performed with the utmost precision and care.
  • Variety of graft material options
    Oval Dental Clinic offers various sources of graft materials, from autografts to synthetic options, ensuring the best fit for each patient's specific requirements in bone graft teeth treatments.
  • Comprehensive care and support
    From initial consultation to post-procedure care, patients at Oval Dental Clinic receive comprehensive support throughout their bone grafting journey.
  • Proven track record
    Known for successful outcomes in dental bone grafting, including lower and upper wisdom tooth extraction and implant surgeries, Oval Dental Clinic is a trusted choice for bone grafting needs in Dubai.

Bone grafting procedure details

Bone grafting is a specialised dental procedure used to enhance the volume and density of the jawbone, often necessary for successful dental implant placement or to address bone loss. Here’s an in-depth look at the bone grafting process:

Initial consultation and evaluation

The process starts with a thorough examination, where the dentist assesses the patient’s oral health and the need for bone grafting. This may include X-rays or 3D imaging to evaluate the extent of bone loss and to plan the grafting procedure.

Selection of bone graft material

The dentist selects the appropriate graft material based on the patient’s condition. Options include autografts (bone taken from the patient’s body), allografts (donor bone), or synthetic materials. The choice depends on the size of the grafting area and the patient’s overall health.

Anaesthesia and incision

Local anaesthesia is administered to numb the area. An incision is then made in the gum to expose the bone that requires grafting.

Placement of the graft

The selected bone graft material is placed in the required area. Sometimes, a membrane may protect the graft and encourage bone regeneration.


The incision is sutured closed, securing the graft in place.

Duration of the procedure

The bone grafting procedure’s duration varies, typically 1 to 2 hours, depending on the complexity and the grafting area’s size.

Recovery and healing

Post-procedure, patients may experience swelling and discomfort, managed with pain relief medication. Recovery time varies but generally involves several weeks to a few months for the graft to integrate with the existing bone. Patients are advised to follow a soft diet and maintain good oral hygiene during this period.

Follow-up care

Regular follow-up appointments are essential to monitor the healing process and the graft’s integration. The dentist will provide specific aftercare instructions to ensure successful recovery.

Preparation for further dental work

Once the graft has healed, the site is ready for further dental procedures, such as dental implants. Additional cosmetic procedures like dental veneers may enhance the overall aesthetic appearance.

Bone grafting is critical in many dental restoration procedures, particularly in dental implant preparation. By rebuilding the jawbone, bone grafting supports the structural foundation for implants and contributes to the overall facial aesthetics. The success of bone grafting lies in careful planning, skilled execution, and diligent post-operative care.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is bone grafting, and why is it needed in dentistry?

Bone grafting is a dental procedure used to enhance the volume and density of jawbone tissue. It’s often needed when there’s insufficient bone to support dental implants or after bone loss due to periodontal disease, injury, or tooth extraction. Bone grafting helps create a solid foundation for implants and can also improve facial structure and aesthetics.

What are the different types of bone graft materials, and how are they chosen?

The main types of bone graft materials include autografts (bone taken from the patient’s body), allografts (donor bone from another person), and synthetic materials. The choice of material depends on the specific needs of the patient, the size of the area needing the graft, and the patient’s overall health. Your dentist will determine the most suitable type of graft material based on these factors.

What can I expect during the recovery process after a bone grafting procedure?

After a bone grafting procedure, patients typically experience swelling and discomfort, which can be managed with pain medication. Recovery time varies but generally involves several weeks for the graft to integrate with the existing bone. Following a soft diet, maintaining good oral hygiene, and avoiding strenuous activities during this period are essential. Regular follow-up appointments are necessary to monitor the healing and integration of the graft.

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