Anyone advice on bone grafting done on jaw?

What kind of advice. You want to, please give me more informations.
Eliminate the cause. You must eliminate the reason for bone loss prior to grafting so that you don't have to graft again. Graft must be stabilized, full coverage by tissue, and keep from getting infected during healing (28 days). Area of graft should be immobilized to avoid micromovement. Finally, using good technique on grafting procedure to insure good result.

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Is having bone grafting done on your jaw for dental work painful?

Depends. Most bone grafting procedures will entail some postoperative pain. Usually lasting from a day or two to up to a week for extensive grafting. Medications are very helpful- discuss your case specifically with your surgeon. Read more...
Maybe. The discomfort is not too bad which can last for a few days. However, patients have various threshold pain levels. It really depends on how invasive and the size of the bone graft. Of course the large the bone graft the more painful the recovery maybe. Read more...
Yes and no. First of all, to minimal the post op pain, all bone graft should be done in a healthy environment, i.e., no infection (tooth or gum). This can be achieved by a good cleaning and laser treated the local persistent site of infection. Antibiotic can be prescribed 1 week ahead, with anti inflammatory med taken prior to surgery. Stability of graft and full closure are important. Pain med given. Read more...
Mild-moderate. Depends on the case. If bone grafting is done for socket preservation after tooth extraction, no more discomfort than the extraction alone. If augmentation bone graft without extraction, depends on the location and size of the graft. If bone for grafting is autogenous (from your body), a separate incision and surgical site for graft harvesting will increase post op pain. Read more...

I've had two bone graft done for implants on my upper jaw front tooth but both times bon graft failed should I give up hope on implants?

Depends. Depends on why they failed. For the most part if you heal a broken bone, you can heal a graft. Is it the technique? Are you doing something? Meds? Health? Implants will really improve the quality of your life if they can be done. Read more...
Unanswered questions. Why did the bone graft fail twice? Are you a smoker? Are there any underlying medical conditions? Is the bony defect large? So many unanswered questions... Hard to advise you without an examination and answers. Please see another oral surgeon for a second opinion. Read more...

Can jaw bone grow after bone grafting?

Yes. Not sure exactly what's being asked, but bone grafting is typically done to induce healing of bone at the site of a bony defect - most commonly, a bony fracture that has not healed. So yes, in that type of situation, the jaw bone would be expected to grow (heal) through the bone graft, to repair the area of bony defect. Read more...
Regeneration? Bone grafting mostly produce a regeneration effect, which meant eestablish a loss bone height (hard to achieve in horizontal defect) or bone width (easily achieved). Your jaw bone growth can only achieved with bmps (bone morphogenetic proteins) and patient should be at young age. Read more...

Is bone grafting recommended when someone has lost bone across his entire jaw? Or is it warranted only when the bone loss is localized?

No two. No two people have the same requirements. You need to be seen by a gum/bone specialist who is best able to evaluate the extent and severity of your gum disease, and help you choose the right treatment. Read more...

Is it necessary to get a jaw bone grafting before tooth implant?

Not necessarily. It depends on the starting condition of the area to be implanted. If there has been bone loss/damage, or if there is a specific cosmetic issue that is being corrected, then the answer is 'yes'. There are some situations where bone graft may not be necessary. The quality, density, thickness and height of the bone are some of the determining factors. Your dentist can/should review this with you. Read more...
Yes and No. Every case is different so not all bones need bone grafting prior to implant placement. It just depends from clinical and radiographic examination. Read more...
Height and width. For the bone height, you should have at least 11 mm bone height, with 2mm above the nerve location for your implant. For the bone width, you should have 1 mm of bone diameter surround your implant. This bone width can be achieved by grafting easily (split ridge, ridge augmentation with gbr or bmps). Bone height is much harder to achieve. Bmps and autogenous grafting is recommended. Read more...
Sometimes. The amount of bone available is better with bone graft. Many times we see a patient who has not had a bone graft and there is enough bone for an implant. However when an implant is anticipated, I always recommend bone graft at time of extraction to maximize chances of a successful dental implant. Read more...

Supposingm y lower left jaw is replaced with a bone graft, should I have problems chewing with the other side?

Good occlusion? Your ability to chew is depending on how good the occlusion you have. Regardless of the graft, the chewing depends on how the upper teeth opposing the lower teeth. Check with your dentist. Read more...

Is it safe to bunyon removed and use that bone to bone graft in the jaw?

Bone Grafts. May be harvested from anywhere in your own body and used as effective bone filler where needed. Be careful, though, not to compromise donor site structures. There is very little bone to be harvested from a bunion surgery. Much better to harvest from the pelvis or from flaired portions of the tibia. This may also depend on the type of bone needed, cortical vs cancellous. Read more...
Jaw. Interesting! had never heard of that. We usually harvest bone from tibia or hip to augment the jaw. I suppose it's possible, but you have to remember that it is a cortical bone. It's use is limited. Read more...