CDT Code for Dental Bone Graft

CDT Code for Dental Bone Graft

CDT Code for Dental Bone Graft

Bone grafting is required when a patient does not have sufficient amount of naturally healthy bone in their mouth that are capable of supporting the implants. Bone loss results due to:
  • Gum disease
  • Face injury or trauma
  • Empty space when teeth are removed
  • Developmental issues

A bone grafting is a surgical procedure that is used to rebuild/ redevelop the lost bone via transplantation of bone tissue/ materials that support bone growth.

D7953 is the dental code used for Bone Replacement Graft for Ridge Preservation. It is a dental treatment process done to protect your bone levels after a tooth is taken out.

D4263 Bone replacement: First site in quadrant - Procedure involves the use of osseous autografts, osseous allografts, or nonosseous grafts to stimulate bone formation or periodontal regeneration when the disease process has led to a deformity of the bone.

D4263 Bone replacement Each additional - Procedure involves the use of osseous autografts, osseous allografts, or nonosseous grafts to stimulate bone formation or periodontal regeneration when the disease process has led to a deformity of the bone.

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