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Slow Down Bone Loss After Tooth Extraction


Posted on 6/5/2023 by Evan
Slow Down Bone Loss After Tooth ExtractionTooth loss may cause alveolar bone loss, also known as resorption, over time. Destabilization of neighboring teeth, enlargement of the sinuses, migraines, and even premature wrinkling of the skin surrounding the mouth may all result from this irreversible process of jawbone deterioration. The common misconception is that patients have few options to delay the inevitable. There are, however, several ways to lessen the effects of alveolar bone loss.

How To Lessen Bone Loss After Tooth Extraction


When teeth are removed, the bone in that region stops receiving the stimulation it needs to be healthy. Because the body doesn't prioritize repairing the damaged tissue, it deteriorates over time. While new bone is being formed, it is doing so at a much slower rate than alveolar resorption is being lost.

By fooling the body into thinking the alveolar bone is still there, dental implants may halt its natural atrophy. Titanium is biocompatible and will eventually become integral to your jawbone once implanted. Because of this, dental implants promote bone regeneration by restoring the normal use of bone tissue during chewing and biting. Bone loss following tooth extraction is average, but good dental care may slow or prevent it. Research shows that resorption may start as early as 12 weeks and steadily increase speed in the following months.

Dental plaque forms on the alveolar bone when people do not adequately care for their teeth, and the toxins produced by the bacteria in the plaque hasten tissue breakdown.

Therefore, good oral hygiene helps slow the loss of alveolar bone. Examples include the removal of food debris from a tooth socket by routine brushing and flossing. Therefore, periodontal disease is avoided because plaque does not build up on the jawbone. In addition to doing your usual dental hygiene at home, you should schedule biannual visits to the dentist.

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