Greenwood Village Bone Grafting Dentist

Comprehensive, compassionate care

Regain your smile with bone replacement grafting

Bone grafting can help restore the structure, strength, and appearance of your smile in situations where bone loss has occurred.

Whether you need a tooth extracted, already have missing teeth, or have experienced bone loss in your jaw due to periodontal disease, we’re here to help. Book online now or call us at (303) 220-7662 to schedule an appointment.

Are you a candidate for a bone grafting procedure?

Bone grafting is a dental technique that’s generally required for patients who don’t have sufficient healthy natural bone that’s capable of supporting dental implants. This natural bone deficiency is often the result of the following:

  • Gum disease
  • Developmental abnormalities
  • Facial injury or trauma
  • Empty spaces or gaps following tooth extractions

A professional consultation with one of our qualified bone grafting dentist is always required to determine if this procedure is the right course of action.

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Paying for care

Payment Options

Our office is in-network with Delta Premier. However, we are a fee-for-service practice so payment is due at the time of your appointment and our team will bill your insurance. Any reimbursements will be sent to you directly from your insurance provider.

Will my dental insurance cover bone grafting and dental implants?

In many cases, your dental insurance will help cover a percentage of your bone-grafting procedure and dental implants. The amount you’re responsible for will depend on your individual plan and whether or not you’ve hit your yearly cap.

Our experienced team is here to answer any questions you have and can help estimate your out-of-pocket costs. Give us a call at (303) 220-7662 to learn more.

Visit Us

We’re conveniently located in the Denver Tech Center area. Find us on the 4th floor of the Triad Office Park building. Plenty of free parking available.

5670 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 404
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

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Monday–Thursday: 7AM–3PM

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Frequently Asked Questions

More questions? We’re ready to help. Give us a call at (303) 220-7662 or book online now.

What is bone graft surgery like?
Bone grafting is a straightforward procedure that is performed in-office and is usually completed in 90 minutes or less. The patient is first numbed with local anesthetic (sedation options are also available) and a small incision is made in the gums. The graft is then placed and sealed to the desired area before stitches are placed.
Where does the bone graft come from?
Bone material has traditionally been collected from other areas of the patient’s body. However, in recent years, more effective and less invasive options have emerged. The material can be synthetically made, donated from cadavers, or come from other animals such as cows.
How long will it take to recover?
Though recovery time will depend somewhat on your specific situation, most people can expect to feel completely back to normal after a week or two. Patients often experience some discomfort or soreness in the days following the procedure, which can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.
When is bone grafting necessary?
Bone graft dentistry can be helpful for anyone with bone loss in the jaw or mouth. If you’ve lost a tooth, the jaw bone becomes weaker each passing day, and a bone graft can ensure that your jaw is supportive enough to handle a dental implant.

A simultaneous tooth extraction with bone graft surgery is also common for patients who require the removal of a tooth.

How long should you wait after bone grafting before getting an implant?
While you should feel better after a week or two, the actual bone won’t be ready to support an implant for about 3 to 4 months after the procedure.