Bone grafting involves several months. The process involves the harvesting of bone from the patient’s own body or with the assistance of a bone bank. This harvested bone is then added to the affected site. During osseointegration, the bone fuses together to stimulate cell growth and provide firm adhesion. This improves bone mass and growth to prepare the smile for the placement of restorations such as dental implants.Bone grafting is often closely associated with dental restorations, such as bridge-work and dental implants. When the jawbone has receded or sustained significant damage, the foundation is unstable and the implant(s) cannot be supported. This is when bone grafting is usually recommended for the ensuing restoration.