Dental Implants are now a routine Set of dental Procedures that most dental clinics offer. While it is now a more common procedure it is important to remember it is a Technique Sensitive treatment that requires detailed knowledge, Experience and ability.
Dental Implants replace the Natural root of a Tooth in function and shape. Dental Implants offer nearly all patients many options in restoring their Smiles and Oral Functionality.
The Dental Specialists that are recognized to be best suited in Performing Dental Implants are
Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon
It is always necessary that 3d cone beam or similar technology should be used for diagnosis and treatment planning.
First, the dentist surgically places the implant into the jawbone. Your dentist may recommend a diet of soft foods, cold foods and warm soup during the healing process.
Next, the bone around the implant heals in a process called osseointegration. What makes an implant so strong is that the bone actually grows around it and holds it in place. Osseointegration means “combines with the bone” and takes time. Some patients might need to wait until the implant is completely integrated, up to several months, before replacement teeth can be attached to the implant. Other patients can have the implants and replacement teeth placed all in one visit.
Finally, it’s time for the placement of the artificial tooth/teeth. For a single tooth implant, your dentist will customize a new tooth for you, called a dental crown. The crown will be based on size, shape, color and fit, and will be designed to blend in with your other teeth. If you are replacing more than a single tooth, custom-made bridges or dentures will be made to fit your mouth and your implants. (Note: The replacement teeth usually take some time to make. In the meantime, your dentist may give you a temporary crown, bridge or denture to help you eat and speak normally until the permanent replacement is ready.)
Source American Dental Association
I am missing a Tooth what can I do? Do I need a dental bridge? I want to smile but have a gap, I want to replace my missing teeth, These are all common questions for people needing dental Implants
Single Dental Implant Restorations are a fantastic option because of the way it does not need to affect neighboring teeth. No additional work is needed to surrounding teeth (like preparation for Traditional dental Bridges)
Dental Implant Bridge / Multiple
When there is a need to span larger areas (Gaps) with the Dental implant Bridge this is a permanent replacement for missing teeth also Multiple Implants for Large spans that would otherwise be left with a (Partial denture, Removable Prothesis) because implant-supported bridges will replace some of your tooth roots, your bone is better preserved. With a fixed bridge or removable partial denture, the bone that previously surrounded the tooth root may begin to resorb (deteriorate). Dental implants integrate with your jawbone, helping to keep the bone healthy and intact.
Removable and Fixed Prothesis for patients without any teeth over 2, 4, 6 Dental Implants ~ there are a multitude of Options and vary on each patients specific anatomy, Health and aims.
In Certain dental reconstruction cases the forces of a patients Mastication (chewing and biting force) are extremely high and to avoid unnecessary pressure being placed on one particular area the distribution of the force is better over six Implants both on the Upper and Lower. Also the Upper Maxilla (Upper Jaw) has a softer type of bone (type 3 or 4) and if the doctor can distribute the forces between more Implants the better rate of success and Longevity for the patient.
A Sinus Elevation/Lift procedure is performed on a patient when there is not sufficient bone height in the upper jaw, or if the Sinuses (Is an air space in the head) are showing to be too close to the jaw and prevent the doctors from being able to place Implants in the area- Particularly in the back teeth and molars. There are two techniques but both have the same aim which is to create bone in that space and is completed by gently pushing the sinus membrane up and placing bone graft in the space. The healing time required for the bone graft to take and be viable for Implants to be placed is usually 6 months later., This is a very sensitive area and takes great skill and highly knowledgeable specialists, Dentaris offers this specialist treatment procedure with complete confidence.
Q: How much pain will I feel after implant placement?
A: The discomfort you may feel should be minor. Your dentist may prescribe medication to alleviate any pain you may have.
Q: How long does it take to place dental implants?
A: Usually 30-60 minutes, depending on the location and the number of implants.
Q: What can I eat after having an implant placed?
A: Your dentist will outline a diet for the next few days including some soft foods.
Q: How long does placement, healing and construction of the replacement teeth take?
A: The entire process usually takes from 3 to 9 months, depending on your treatment plan.
Q: How do I care for my implant?
A: Home care for your implants consists of brushing and flossing. Regular dental visits are required for long-term health and success.
Q: How long does an implant last?
A: If your body accepts the implant, it should last many years if cared for properly. Many implants have been in place for more than 40 years.
Q: If my body rejects an implant, what happens?
A: The implant is removed and the site is allowed to heal. Another implant can usually be placed after healing.
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