THE DENTAL CLINIC AT
THE HEART OF ÎLE-PERROT
We put at your disposal 6 general dentists for the treatment and care of DENTAL EMERGENCIES in Île-Perrot: fractured tooth, dental infection or abnormal toothache… Our team works hard to receive you quickly in order to offer you pain relief and avoid complications!
Clinic hours :
Monday 9:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 9:00 – 19:00
Wednesday 9:00 – 20:00
Thursday 13:00 – 21:00
Friday 9:00 – 15:00 *
Saturday 9:00 – 15:00 *
* Appointments only
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Looking for a new dentist in Île-Perrot? At our clinic, you will find all the services you need, regardless of your oral health situation or age. Our team will take the time to properly examine and discuss with you in order to understand your needs. Contact us now!
Centre Dentaire Don Quichotte
25 Boulevard Don Quichotte,
Suite 144 L'Île-Perrot,
Québec J7V 7X4
Bone grafting is a pre-implant surgery that is necessary for some clients who want dental implants and don’t have enough bone volume in the jaw. Our dentists in Île-Perrot have the necessary qualifications and experience in dental surgery to perform this procedure.
When a person has lost many or all their teeth, the jaw bone reduces over time because it is no longer stimulated by the roots of the missing teeth. This results in a loss of bone volume in the upper and/or lower jaw, loss that increases over the years. If this person plans to receive one or more dental implants to replace the missing teeth, the dentist will most likely recommend a bone graft. Indeed, dental implants need sufficient bone volume in the jaw to bind firmly. Bone grafting helps in a way to lay the foundation to maximize the chances of success of future dental implants.
The bone grafting procedure is fairly simple. Nonetheless, the entire process is usually spread out over many months. It is the time it takes for the surgical site to heal and for the graft to bind firmly with the natural jaw bone.
Do I need a bone graft?
If you have been missing one or more teeth for some time and you would like to replace them with dental implants, your dentist may recommend bone grafting.
It is during a dental examination and with the use of X-rays that your dentist will assess the bone volume in your jaws. It will also be an opportunity for him to detect every detail of the teeth and gums that might have an impact on the grafting.
At Centre Dentaire Don Quichotte, we take the time to completely assess every case and properly examine our clients. This allows us to plan our procedures and perform them with increased precision.
Here are the necessary steps to bone grafting:
Selecting the type of graft & Sampling
The graft can come from the client himself: it is then sampled on the jaw or hip by a maxillofacial surgeon before grafting takes place. The graft can also come from an external donor or be synthetic. Your dentist will determine which type of graft is best suited for your case.
Placing the graft
After a local anesthesia, the dentist will make an incision to prepare the area receiving the graft, and then place the graft. The graft is covered with a synthetic membrane to isolate it and hold it in place, while stimulating bone growth. The graft site is then sutured.
Recovery & Postoperative advice
As we mentioned, healing of the graft and binding to the natural bone will take several months. For the days following the procedure, your dentist will offer you postoperative advice and may prescribe medication to prevent infections and pain.
Advice from our team