Teeth were designed to last a whole life, but reality is that sometimes they don't. A missing tooth is not only a cosmetic problem; you can lose chewing ability, and it can cause other teeth to be lost, tipped, or crowded.
Implants are substitutes for the roots of missing teeth that are surgically placed into the jawbone. They are usually made of titanium because it's well-suited to pairing with human bone. this procedure has been used for more than 50 years, and it's recognized as an effective treatment choice.
You have a lot of options with implants because they're very versatile. If you have lost one tooth or several teeth, you can discuss teh ebst solution for getting your smile back. It doesn't matter the situation; there is always going to be a solution with an implant.
Bridges and dentures are not fixed to the bone, becoming unstable, and they're expected to last seven to ten years while dental implants can last a lifetime and look and act more like normal teeth. besides, they don't compromise the health of your natural teeth.
Dental implants require the same care of natural teeth. There is no need of any extra care for them. They need the same daily brushing and flossing and the same amount of regular checkups because just like your teeth, the better you take care of them, the more they last.
Sinus Life Augmentation: It's a surgical procedure that restores the sius cavity to its original size and replaces the bone that hsa been lost. The bone graffiti typically takes more than 9 months to heal, and after tha, the dental implant can be placed into the grafted bone.
Autogenous Bone Grafting: It is usually necessary to use bone from another area of your mouth because the ideal areas for dental implants don't have enough quantity to support them.
Implant Site Development: It's common to lose bone around an infected tooth that needs to be removed. That is why there are various types of bone grafting that can be done when the tooth is removed to allow the placement of an implant in the future.
Computer-Enhanced Treatment Planning: Finding the best possible placement for your dental implants is our goal. In order to achieve this, we have special software that gives us the chance to evaluate your dental CT scan in 3D, analyzing your bone quality, quantity, and location, maximizing final result.
Implant Maintenance: It doesn't matter if you have one or several implants. They will need the same care as your natural teeth because they can also accumulate plaque and tartar. After investing money an time in this procedure, it is important to make them last as long as possible.