If you have questions about what it is and how it works dental implant, you are in the right place. Given the experience of many years back in implantology, we can answer your questions, to be able to decide more easily if it suits you treatment with dental implants. So let's start:
1) what is the dental implant?
Dental implant is an artificial device from titan, made to replace the missing tooth root and is used to support Andrea crowns, dentures fixed and fixed prostheses. He resembles a screw at the top which is inserted into the bone, and more having the outside, grab the paper or dentures, depending on the case.
2) who can benefit from a dental implant?
In principle, any person who has suffered a dental extraction, can benefit from this procedure. To be sure of this, during the consultation, the measurements of the size of the bone in order to calculate if an implant would have enough support. Usually, we use an imaging tool, type CBCT x-ray (computer tomography). This prompted by the specialist and you will be guided where you have made.
3) what are the benefits for dental implant?
Although we prefer that our patients to have their natural teeth, are situations in which one or more teeth have been lost. After drawing up general medical and dental history, if we decide that the implants are the perfect solution, patients enjoy the following advantages:
- The implant provides a sensation of patients completed the natural tooth
- Treatment with implants restore and ensure aesthetics, phonetics and Mastication
- Invecinati teeth missing tooth are keep intacti as opposed to treatment through the deck
- Financial advantage
- Resistance in time
4) how long does such an intervention?
The insertion of an implant is a surgery that is performed under local anesthesia. Upon request, patients may opt for inhalosedare, and if it is the fear of intervention. Inserting an implant takes about an hour and the healing phase, integration of the implant in the bone, it lasts between 3 and 6 months. At the end of those few months, proceed to the step of attaching to the work/tooth/definitive prosthesis.
5) bone marrow Hurt?
As I said, the implant insertion is done under anesthesia with inhalosedare, for a State of calm, without stress and with very good cooperation.
After the anesthesia effect, there may be State of discomfort, but you will receive at DentComplet clinic all care instructions post intervention.
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