Get A Perfect Smile With Implant Dentistry

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Get A Perfect Smile With Implant Dentistry

An implant denture is a long-durable screw that is placed directly into your jaw bone. It fuses with the bone, forming the basis for the new, tailored tooth replacements known as dental crowns, which would have the appearance, feel, and solidity of strong, natural teeth. Dental implants can be used to replace just a single tooth or even all 28 teeth. Implants stay in position so you can smile, eat, and converse without worrying about it falling out. Titanium, which is biocompatible, lightweight, and extremely robust, is used in the majority of contemporary implants.

Who is a suitable candidate for dental implants?

Generally, people choose implants after having a tooth pulled due to disease or decay. When a root canal or apicoectomy has failed, extracting the affected tooth and replacing it with an implant is more beneficial than attempting to keep it. All-on-4 dental implants or individual implants can replace a whole top or bottom arch of teeth as a solution to removable dentures.

Ideal candidates generally have good dental health, with healthy gums and sufficient bone structure in the bottom jaw to sustain the implant. Heavy smokers, those with heart or gum problems, or those having radiotherapy to the head and neck might not be suitable candidates.

A dental bone graft can strengthen the location for those who don’t have enough bone in their jaw to sustain the implant. This procedure requires three to four months of healing period before the bone is adequate for dental implant insertion.

Dental implant failure can be caused by autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes, which can impede osseointegration (the process by which the implant merges with the jawbone). You may not be a good candidate if you have one of these conditions.

Some specific heartburn and depression drugs have also been reported to decrease bone regeneration, resulting in dental implant failure.

The Benefits of Dental Implants

  • In look, feel, and function, dental implants are similar to natural teeth.
  • Dental implants remain in place and do not need to be removed for cleaning or eating; they only require the same brushing, flossing, and regular dental examinations as natural teeth.
  • In contrast to dental bridges and dentures, which may need to be updated, these replacement teeth are built to survive for decades.
  • Implants contribute to the stimulation of jawbone development and the prevention of bone loss.
  • They preserve your natural facial structure and grin.

Dental Implants’ Drawbacks

  • Dental implants may be rather pricey.
  • It could take several months for new jaw bone development to progress sufficiently to allow you to complete the dental implant process.
  • Where the inserted metal implant appears through thin tissue, your gum may appear grey or black.

Can anyone undergo a dental implant years after they’ve had my tooth extracted?

It is typically suggested that a removed tooth be replaced within a year following extraction, to avoid teeth from drifting and bone loss in the extraction region. Receiving your implant relatively soon might save your money on orthodontics and bone grafting.

Losing a tooth might be distressing, exposing yourself to an imperfect smile, dental misalignment, and reduced self-esteem. Implants are custom-made dental roots that replace missing teeth from the top to the bottom, correcting your bite and increasing your self-esteem. Do you need to replace a lost tooth? At Health & Smiles Dental Clinic, we can explain the advantages of implant treatment to you.

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