What site has the latest about front teeth extraction and bone grafting?

Experienced OS. I would recommend the patient talking to an experienced oral surgeon about this. I don't know if the patient could get the information he or she needs from a website.
Lateral incisors. Lateral incisor location is the site where buccal deficient in bone for implant placement. This usually due to the canine fossa.

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Had a tooth extraction and bone graft 3 weeks ago. Yesterday noted swelling and pain. No redness or oozing from site. Possible food irritation?

Possible.. But any swelling or pain should be evaluated by your surgeon. Give them a call for an immediate follow up appointment. Read more...
Possible. Is there any reason why you would not give a simple call to the author of the extraction....he/she would be best to see you as a postop & be able to answer this question quicklly. Read more...
Food trauma. Possibly food trauma. More likely an infection.Have your surgeon evaluate this for medications. Read more...
Definitely, yes. You should avoid popcorn, nuts and seeds and hard food for 6 weeks after your extractions. If concerned see your dentist for evaluation. Read more...

Jaw bone degeneration and collapsed face appearance profile after having 12 teeth extraction three years ago. Can bone grafting improve face appearance?

Possibly. But.... Did you replace the missing teeth? Why were the teeth removed? Bone grafting, if possible, will be of little use unless missing teeth are replaced. . Read more...
Lip Support. What type of prosthesis are you wearing? Which 12 teeth were removed? Much of your lip support comes from your natural teeth or prosthesis. Bone grafting can be used to increase bone volume for placement of dental implants. You have a complex situation that warrants consultations with first a prosthodontist and then an oral surgeon. Read more...
Facial Collapse. Yes, Maxillo-- facial reconstruction is a common procedure, and involves several professionals. They may be an Oral surgeon, a plastic surgeon, an implant dentist and a prosthodontist. One should be the coordinator of your treatment. Your treatment plan may take a year to finish. Be patient and you will be successful. Read more...
Jaw bone loss. Basic jaw bone structure is still there. You have lost the bone that exists to support the teeth that you no longer have. You may profit from bone replacement and implants/crowns. Start with the best Dentist you can find, and the Oral Surgeon or Periodontist recommended by the Dentist. Read more...
Implants and denture. We can often place implants that we can snap a denture on that will replace the missing bone structure. Bone grafting out into space is unpredictable in outcome. Read more...