What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are the most advanced therapy available to replace missing teeth, it’s a metal root usually made of titanium placed in the jaw bon.
After the healing phase (osteointegration), the implants are ready to support restorations (crowns, bridges or dentures) generally looks ,feels and acts like naturals tooth, and patient with missing tooth can chew with a full bite force efficiently and comfortably.
How do dental implants work?
Dental implants are made with materials well accepted by the body. Bone forms a natural mechanical bond with the dental implant, after this phase the dental implant provide a base for the dentist to build the replacement teeth..
What are the benefits of dental implants?
Did you know that oral health is a major factor of good general health?
Replacing your missing teeth with dental implant and implant crown should allow you to live your life as if you had never suffered from missing teeth. When your dental implant treatment is complete, you should be able to chew, speak and socialize without experiencing the negative emotions that having missing teeth can sometimes cause.
Dental implants with implant crowns will help minimize the amount of bone that will be lost in the areas of missing teeth.
Preserving oral bone may help maintain your remaining natural teeth and natural facial contours.
Replacing your missing teeth with dental implants may also reduce your risk of having poorer nutritional habits often found in patients who do not replace missing teeth.
How can dental implants improve my health?
People with missing teeth or non-implant supported options have problems eating certain foods such as fresh vegetables and fruits, which can compromise their nutrition.
Denture-wearing patients often lose some of their ability to taste foods. In addition, chewing can be difficult and painful so digestion is often compromised. Because dental implants function more like teeth, these offer the benefit of better health due to improved nutrition and taste, as well as proper digestion.
Are Dental implants difficult to take care of?
Dental implants are designed to be a long lasting solution for tooth loss and are cared for with brushing and flossing, just like natural teeth. Caring for non-implant tooth replacement can be much less convenient compared to dental implant-supported teeth.
Dental implants also eliminate the need to use messy dental adhesive.
Are dental implants expensive?
Although dental implants may sometimes have a higher initial cost. when all the ongoing expenses of other treatment options are added up, most people would agree that dental implants are more than worth it!
When you contrast the time investment that dental implant therapy requires versus the repeated office visits required for adjustment , special cleaning and replacements for partials, bridges and dentures, it is easy to imagine how much better life can be with dental implants.
A root end surgery, also known as apicoectomy (L. apex, apicis: a summit or a tip), is an endodontic surgical procedure whereby a tooth's root tip is removed and a root end cavity is prepared and filled with a biocompatible material.
This is usually necessitated when a conventional root canal therapy had failed and a re-treatment was already unsuccessful or is not advised. State of the art procedures make use of microsurgical techniques, such as a dental operating microscope, micro instruments, ultrasonic preparation tips and calcium-silicate based filling materials.
Removal of the root tip is indicated to remove the entire apical delta ensuring no uncleaned missed anatomy.
Big abces affecting both teeth above that was treated in a way that wont loose the teeth by surgical apprach. And we see after 1 month a full cure...
Elimination of Gummy Smile by surgical or laser technique.
A gum lift is a cosmetic dental procedure that raises and sculpts the gum line. This procedure involves reshaping the tissue and/or underlyingbones to create the appearance of longer or symmetrical teeth, thereby making the smile more aesthetically pleasing. This procedure is typically done to reduce excessively gummy smiles or to balance out an asymmetrical gum line. The procedure, also known as crown-lengthening, has historically been used to treat gum disease. It is only within the past three to five years that dentists have used this procedure for aesthetic purposes.