implantology

What are implants?

A dental implant is artificial root a tooth made of titanium to replace the missing tooth. The dentist inserts the implant into jaw boneswhere titanium joins the bone. As before the tooth root, now the implant creates a stable base for the crown, which in turn will be the visible part of the new tooth.

Dental implants are very small, usually about 10 mm long and only 3-5 mm wide at the apex.

It is widely believed that dental implants are most effective, currently used to rebuild missing teeth because they offer many benefits to patients.

What are implants?

A dental implant is artificial root a tooth made of titanium to replace the missing tooth. The dentist inserts the implant into jaw boneswhere titanium joins the bone. As before the tooth root, now the implant creates a stable base for the crown, which in turn will be the visible part of the new tooth.

Dental implants are very small, usually about 10 mm long and only 3-5 mm wide at the apex.

It is widely believed that dental implants are most effective, currently used to rebuild missing teeth because they offer many benefits to patients.

A natural smile

A dental implant looks like a real tooth. You can match all tooth features such as color, shape and contour. The result will be a natural smile that will restore confidence and improve the quality of life. Well-being will also return with new shiny teeth visible on the outside.

Eating and speaking correctly

Have you had to give up your favorite dishes since you lost your teeth? Do you feel uncomfortable talking to colleagues and friends because dentures or missing teeth prevent you from speaking clearly? Dental implants will restore all the functions that real teeth performed. No matter how hard, crunchy or pulling dishes you like, thanks to dental implants they will return to your menu. Implants will restore clear speech at your next business presentation or during long conversations with friends.

Adjacent teeth remain intact

When performing other methods reconstruction it is often necessary to grind adjacent teeth to fix the restoration in the mouth. Dental implants have no negative impact on adjacent teeth.

Stable and well fitted

Thanks to the fact that dental implants are adapted to jaw bones, they are usually much more comfortable and provide long-term stability compared to other ways of restoring teeth. And they are made of materials biocompatible, which means that they are not treated by the body as a "foreign body." Dental implants so this solution is best to imitate natural teeth.

A long-lasting and effective solution

When performing other methods reconstruction it is often necessary to grind adjacent teeth to fix the restoration in the mouth. Dental implants have no negative impact on adjacent teeth.

Profitability

It is believed that treatment with implants is a long-term investment in health and well-being - that is, an investment in life. Compared to other reconstruction methods, the costs may seem higher initially. However, higher maintenance costs, possible further bone atrophy of the jaw and eventually the loss of more and more teeth can make other methods of restoration more expensive in the long run.

Step-by-step implantation procedure:

Diagnostics and treatment planning

First, your dentist will carefully assess the condition of your teeth to see if there are any contraindications for treatment with dental implants. It is important that the gums and jawbone are not inflamed. If necessary, these types of diseases are treated before the procedure. During diagnostics, the dentist also assesses the type of jaw bone and how much it remains. During the years of life with missing teeth, the jaw line can be significantly reduced. In this case, the dentist will discuss alternative treatments that will allow you to make dental implants. The dentist may decide to use devices and software to create a 3D image of the mouth, which will allow you to plan the course of treatment. This will help the dental team during the procedure because they will be able to choose the best angle and depth for the implant.

Implant placement

Implantation is usually carried out on an outpatient basis and the patient feels nothing thanks to local anesthesia. Depending on the condition of the oral cavity, dental implants are implanted during one or more treatments.

Final reconstruction

After the procedure, the dentist places a temporary crown, bridge or even a small plastic cap on the implant, which is to connect to the jaw bone at this time. The process of joining the implant and bone is called osteointegration (from Greek osteon - bone). Depending on individual predispositions it may take from several weeks to several months. In the meantime, the dentist and dental laboratory will design and perform the final reconstruction. Then the adapted crown, bridge or beam is attached to the implant with a tiny weddings or cement.

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