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Bone graft

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Posted by: atc855  (7 years ago)
Hi I just had a bone graft put in where one of my front teeth was knocked out. The procedure was 2 days ago and when i came home last night I had some white granular powder (Bone graft material?) come out of the site and I can now see a small white circle in the center of the site, not covered with the skin of my gums. Is this the collagen plug and nothing to worry about or should I be concerned that the graft is not taking? THank you for your assistance I am quite nervous about this
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Hi I just had a bone graft put in where one of my front teeth was knocked out. The procedure was 2 days ago and when i came home last night I had some white granular powder (Bone graft material?) come out of the site and I can now see a small white circle in the center of the site, not covered with the skin of my gums. Is this the collagen plug and nothing to worry about or should I be concerned that the graft is not taking? THank you for your assistance I am quite nervous about this

Sometimes a few granules can be lost. Best to let the treating dentist take a look at it.
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GO to dentist and do the proper treatment.
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