Dental Implant Surgery

Dental Implant Surgery
Dental Implant Surgery

What are dental implants & implant fixing?

For replacing your missing tooth or teeth, dental implants are without a doubt the most common and best option. They have unquestionably altered the direction of dentistry during the past 25 years or so.

Essentially, a dental implant is a titanium screw that is surgically placed into the jawbone below the gum line to serve as a tooth root. To ensure the appearance of a natural tooth after the implant placement, an implantologist will place a crown on top of the implant.

Aside from mimicking your original teeth’s appearance and feel, implants also work like them.

Advantages of dental implants:

  • Implants are a long-lasting treatment option that may even outlive the patient.
  • Dental implants prevent adjacent teeth from being harmed in any way and safeguard healthy bone
  • They also assist in maintaining the shape and contour of the face and smile, which can become compromised when teeth are missing and cause the facial muscles to sag.
  • The best way to replace a missing tooth is with implants, which guarantee a greater look, comfort, and no speech difficulties.
  • With implants, you can eat your favorite food without worrying.
  • What is full mouth implant rehabilitation?

    Full mouth dental implants are required for those patients whose most of the teeth are missing or grossly carious, hence cannot be saved by conventional methods and have to be removed. An implant-supported full arch prosthesis is fabricated following the implant placement. There are numerous advantages such as:

  • They seem and function similar to the natural teeth.
  • They last longer than traditional dentures.
  • Offers more comfortability and stability than traditional dentures.
  • Easy to maintain as it allows the patients to eat without the fear of dentures loosening or moving while chewing as these prosthesis are absolutely fixed.
  • Full mouth implant rehabilitation includes all on four and all on six implants. All on four and all on six implants are an alternative to traditional dentures in patients who can undergo surgical implant procedures and are systemically healthy and have an adequate amount of bone for the procedure to be performed.

  • Depending upon the type and amount of bone available in the patient's jaw, the implantologist decides which option to opt for.
  • Either 4 or 6 implants are placed in each jaw and a waiting period is followed for the osseointegration of the implants in the bone.
  • Following this, full mouth prostheses are made on these implants to benefit the patient both aesthetically and functionally by replicating a new set of fixed teeth that look and function like their original teeth.
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