Re: What are the chances I need a bone graft for implant?
If you had good bone before, an additional 6 months time shouldn't have changed it all that much. Your oral surgeon may want to use some "bone in a bottle", though. It's reconstituted bone and placed via a syringe during the implant process, at least mine was. They sort of squirted it in around the implant. I didn't even know it.
Hope this helps.
Good luck and my best to you,