What happens when your back teeth are missing? The roots of the back teeth are situated in the sinus floor, a bony structure that separates the maxillary sinuses from the oral cavity. After dental extraction, the height and thickness of the jaw bone diminishes. Sometimes the remaining height is as small as 1 mm. However, sufficient bone is essential for implant placement, ensuring the long-term stability of your dental implants. Learn more: https://www.geistlich-pharma.com/en/patients/dental-regeneration/when-your-back-teeth-are-missing/
Patient Information - Sinus floor elevation, when your back theeth are missing.
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