Bone and Soft Tissue Regeneration in Palm Harbor, FL: Providing Invaluable Support

Loss of hard and soft tissue can create functional and aesthetic problems that interfere with normal chewing. Bone loss can lead to physical changes in the structure of your face, affecting both your appearance and function. In addition, wearing dentures or placing dental implants can be very difficult without adequate supporting structure. Learn more about our bone and soft tissue regeneration services at our Palm Harbor location.

Dr. Michael Pikos discusses bone grafting procedures performed at Coastal Jaw Surgery in Palm Harbor, FL. These procedures restore bone tissue for patients who have experienced jaw atrophy. We use advanced technology to plan bone grafting procedures, ensuring that our patients experience the greatest possible benefits.

Loss of soft tissue can lead to tooth sensitivity, tooth decay, gum disease and an unsightly appearance to both the teeth and gums. At Coastal Jaw Surgery Center for Implant & Oral Reconstruction in Palm Harbor, our Board-Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons use today’s most advanced state of the art techniques for bone and soft tissue regeneration for patients in the Tampa Bay area at our offices in Palm Harbor, Trinity, and Spring Hill.

oral-surgery-tissue-regeneration-114795058-sRidge Augmentation — When teeth are extracted, the bone typically shrinks during healing and leaves an indentation in the gum tissue resulting in both cosmetic and potentially functional problems. Ridge augmentation is a specialized procedure that builds up lost bone and even gum tissue by using different surgical techniques.

Soft-tissue Grafting — Soft-tissue grafting includes roof-of-mouth tissue and cadaver tissue that are used to regenerate lost gum tissue for teeth and implant reconstruction. These procedures are especially important in creating a beautiful smile and providing for a stable long-term functional result.

Digitally Guided Bone Augmentation™ (DGBA) — DGBA is a proprietary approach for three-dimensional reconstruction and restoration of complex bony defects. The use of CT scan and precision software along with reverse tissue engineering is utilized to create an optimum clinical result.

Sinus Lift — This procedure builds up bone in the back part of the upper jaw prior to dental implant procedures. The sinus membrane is elevated, creating a small compartment where bone graft materials are placed along the sinus floor. Implants can be placed either simultaneously with the sinus graft or several months later in preparation for the implant.

For more information about our leading-edge regenerative therapy capabilities, please contact us today to schedule your consultation at our Palm Harbor, Trinity, or Spring Hill location.

Contact Coastal Jaw Surgery

Call us today at 1-800-NEW-LOOK (Outside Florida: 727-877-0011) to learn more about our dental implants and oral surgery services and to schedule your consultation.