Patient update from Beverly Hills Dental Health and Wellness

During this unsettling time of COVID19 restrictions, we would like to assure you that providing a safe and healthy environment for our patients and staff is our top priority. We are now doing COVID-19 antibody testing at the office.

We take every precaution in our office to keep everyone safe. Our usual guidelines include universal precautions, frequent handwashing, and frequent sanitizing of all patient areas. We added an ozone/UV air purifier, ozone water in all our units and as a rinse, and of course, we practice social distancing here as much as possible. We are also checking everyone’s temperature as they walk in the door to make sure there are no infected patients being treated.

If you have a dental emergency, please do not hesitate to call us either to see us in person or have a phone consultation. We are open to answer your calls from Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

We hope that each of you will stay safe & healthy as we navigate this complex situation together.

Sincerely,
Dr. Sanda Moldovan & her staff at Beverly Hills Dental Health and Wellness

Dental bone grafting is predictable and painless at Beverly Hills, CA practice

Getting a bone graft may sound a bit unsettling, but in the hands of the highly-qualified team at Dental Health and Wellness Beverly Hills, the procedure is straightforward, precise, and painless. We encourage you to come in and learn more about dental bone grafting techniques at our Beverly Hills, CA practice.

Why bone grafts are necessary

The thickness of jawbone is symbiotic. It supports teeth and allows the ripping, biting, and grinding forces of chewing. In turn, teeth support bone, providing vital stimulation that tells the body to keep sending minerals and nutrients to the area. Bone atrophies when teeth are missing, extracted, or lost due to trauma or gum disease. The body gradually resorbs minerals, causing the jawbone to get thinner. Eventually, there may not be sufficient bone for a dental implant, and the fit of a bridge or denture can be impacted.

Types of bone grafts

A bone graft places material into the jaw, where it integrates over time, to thicken and strengthen natural bone structure. There are three basic types:

  • Block bone graft – Replaces substantial bone loss, such as destruction from advanced periodontal disease, infection, or a cyst or tumor. A small section of your own bone is harvested and grafted into the jaw. You may also hear this procedure called an autogenous ramus or chin graft.
  • Sinus lift or subantral graft – Performed on the upper jaw. The maxillary sinus membrane is raised, to make space for a bone graft between the jaw and sinus. Synthetic grafting material may be used.
  • Socket graft – An alveolar ridge preservation graft involves filling the void where a tooth has been extracted with grafting material (usually bone and collagen) to maintain bone volume while healing occurs.

Schedule a consultation at our Beverly Hills, CA office to learn more about your options in dental bone grafting. Call (310) 692-7855.


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Dr. Sanda Moldovan, Periodontist and Nutritionist

Dr. Sanda Moldovan, Periodontist and Nutritionist
Beverly Hills Dental Health and Wellness

An alumnus from the Ohio State University School of Dentistry and UCLA, Dr. Moldovan is an extremely skilled and board-certified professional who is internationally recognized as a speaker for her wealth of knowledge, charity work and contribution to society. In addition to being a certified nutritionist, she is also a published author and speaker. She introduced ORASANA® which is her own range of natural oral healthcare products.

Dr. Moldovan is an advocate of biological dentistry and uses her public recognition to educate people on the link between good oral care and general wellbeing.

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