Dental Implants

A dental implant is a man-made tooth root that a dentist inserts into your jaw bone to support a replacement tooth or bridge.

When natural teeth are lost, a dentist may use fake teeth on a removable denture or a fixed bridge to replace them. Now, new techniques for implanting artificial teeth into the jawbone have been created. These titanium-based structures are known as Dental Implants.

Dental implants are an excellent alternative for those who are in good general and dental health but have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or another cause. Dental implants are more tooth-saving than traditional bridgework and do not necessitate the grinding of surrounding teeth for support.

Dental implants look and feel so natural that you may forget you ever lost a tooth. There is excellent news if you are missing one or more teeth and want to smile, speak, and eat with comfort and confidence again! Dental implants are teeth that appear and feel just like your natural teeth! Implants can last a lifetime if properly cared for and maintained by the patient. Long-term studies continue to indicate that implants are increasingly successful and fail only seldom.

Ideal Candidate for Dental Implants.

A dental implant candidate should be in good general and oral health. A sufficient amount of bone in the jaw is required to support the implant, and the best candidates have healthy gum tissues free of periodontal/gum disease. Dental implants are inextricably linked to the jaw's gum tissues and underlying bone. Some medical issues necessitate specific consideration before inserting dental implants. Certain chronic conditions, frequent smoking, or alcohol abuse may make dental implant treatment contraindicated.

The Surgical Method (Two Stages)

For anxious individuals, intravenous sedation is available.

Most patients require two surgical operations to insert dental implants. First, implants are inserted into the jawbone. The dental implants beneath the surface of the gums progressively attach with the jawbone over the first three to six months after surgery. During this time, one should be able to wear temporary dentures and consume a soft diet.

The second step begins once the implant has adhered to the jawbone. The dental implants will be exposed, and little posts will be inserted. These posts stick out from the gums. The fake teeth are inserted on these posts, which are not visible. Typically, the complete operation takes three to six months. Most patients' daily lives are only slightly disrupted.

Advances in Surgery (Single Stage)

Single stage implants can be placed using the most recent breakthroughs in dental implant technology. These implants do not require a second treatment to uncover them, but they do need at least six weeks to recover before prosthetic teeth are implanted. In some cases, implants can be inserted at the same time as a tooth extraction, reducing the number of surgical procedures even further. In some circumstances, advances in dental implant technology have made it possible to extract teeth and install implants with crowns in a single visit. This technique, known as "immediate loading," substantially simplifies the surgical procedure.

Do implants require particular care?

Once in place, the implants will last for many years if you take care of them and maintain your mouth healthy. This includes practising proper oral hygiene (brushing and flossing) and maintaining frequent consultations with your dental specialists. Dental implants fail more frequently in smokers than in nonsmokers because smoking causes gum disease.

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