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Drs. Hal and Adam Kimowitz Offer Bone Grafting to Randolph, NJ, Restore Oral Health and Function
Date:10/31/2018

Drs. Hal and Adam Kimowitz, dentists at Denville Dentist, are increasing awareness of the effect jawbone loss and untreated tooth loss can have on oral and overall health as well as smile aesthetics. This team now welcomes new patients who need dental implants or a custom bone graft in Randolph, NJ and surrounding areas. Through decades of experience, Drs. Kimowitz have consistently adapted the latest dental techniques to achieve effective and lasting results and bone grafting is no exception.

A common cause of jawbone loss is tooth loss. As soon as a tooth is lost or removed from the mouth, the surrounding bone begins to be reabsorbed. In time, this leads to a “sunken in” look in the face as more bone is lost and the foundation of the smile is weakened. Beyond aesthetics, this area is at a heightened risk for other issues including shifting teeth and additional tooth loss.

Dental implants offer a permanent solution for missing teeth. Not only do they stimulate bone growth and prevent reabsorption, they also preserve the smile by preventing surrounding teeth from shifting. Restoring a complete smile aesthetically, dental implants also renew oral function allowing patients to eat and speak comfortably again.

In some cases, dental implants should not be placed until a bone graft has been performed to boost bone density and stability. A bone graft can be performed using a number of different techniques depending on the location of the bone loss and the patient’s unique situation. Regardless, a bone graft fortifies an area of bone loss by adding new bone to the site. After it has been allowed time to heal, the jawbone accepts this new tissue and restores facial structure and oral function. However, replacing the tooth with dental implants will help ensure the process will not continue.

Drs. Kimowitz perform bone grafting procedures in-house thanks to their long-term training and commitment to offering modern dental techniques. As active members of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and Fellows of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, among other organizations, Drs. Kimowitz are passionate about educating their patients on the risks of leaving tooth loss and bone loss untreated. Those interested in dental implants or a bone graft in Randolph, NJ to improve their oral health and stop bone loss can call 973-627-3363 to schedule a no-obligation consultation.

About the Dentists

Denville Dentist is a general and cosmetic dental practice offering personalized dental care to patients in Denville, New Jersey. Denville Dentist upholds a philosophy of providing leading preventative care to ensure patients reach and maintain proper oral health. Dr. Hal H. Kimowitz is a Fellow and Diplomate in the International Congress of Oral Implantology, Diplomate in the American Society of Osseointegration, Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, graduate of the Misch Institute of Implant Dentistry and member of numerous professional organizations. Dr. Adam S. Kimowitz is a graduate, Alumni President elect and lecturer at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine and founder and president of the Grassroots Dental Study Club. He is also a credentialed Fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists and a credentialed Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Drs. Kimowitz offer the latest techniques in a variety of services including implant, cosmetic, and laser dentistry. To learn more about Denville Dentist, Drs. Kimowitz or the services they offer, visit http://www.denvilledentist.com or call 973-627-3363 to schedule an appointment.

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