Bone Grafting

Bone Grafting Procedures

North Point Periodontics offers a variety of bone grafting procedures designed to treat bone loss and restore your mouth to health. Dr. Kirkland is highly trained and has extensive experience performing all different types of bone grafting procedures. With our expertise and state-of-the-art technology, you can expect excellent results.

Alpharetta Georgia Periodontists Who Perform Bone Grafts

If you are searching for Alpharetta Georgia periodontists who perform bone grafts, you can turn to the dedicated professionals at North Point Periodontics. A bone graft can be used to recreate bone and soft supporting tissue that has been lost due to gum disease. This type of procedure is also referred to as regenerative surgery. It can be done using your own bone or cadaver bone. Dr. Kirkland can help determine which type bone will work best for your particular case.

Our periodontists and staff are committed to making your dental experiences as pleasant as possible. To this end, we use the latest techniques to ensure that our patients are comfortable during and after bone grafting procedures. We also take the time to thoroughly present treatment options, explain procedures and educate patients about the maintenance of their oral health.

Bone Grafting Surgery

If you have lost bone due to periodontitis and are in need of bone grafting surgery, please call North Point Periodontics today to schedule an appointment. During this appointment, one of our caring periodontists will perform a thorough periodontal examination of your mouth and determine if you are a candidate for a bone graft. We will then let you know how to prepare for your surgery and what to expect during and after the procedure.

North Point Periodontics is currently accepting new patients and we would appreciate the opportunity to care for you and the members of your family. For your convenience, we accept dental insurance as well as other forms of payment. Please contact our Bone Grafting Procedures Specialists today. We look forward to caring for your oral health.

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