Indetation Of The Gum And Jawbone
Indentation (or depression) in your gums and jawbone occurs usually after you lose one or more teeth.It happens because of bone recession on the areas where the tooth/teeth used to be.Aside from being unnatural looking, this indentation may affect the appearance of the replacement tooth.There is a tendency for it to look long if you compare it to the adjacent teeth.This "defect" can be filled up by your periodontist through ridge augmentation procedures.In effect, the natural contours of your jaws and gums will be restored making it easier to fabricate a natural-looking replacement restoration.This can also be prevented by RIDGE PRESERVATION procedures at the time of extraction.Bone graft materials are inserted into the socket to prevent any ridge collapse that occurs once a tooth is extracted.The preserved ridge will serve as a good bed for either implant placement or bridge fabrication.
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