Dental implant Treatment
A dental implant is a restorative dental procedure where a metal post is surgically inserted into the jawbone to support a replacement tooth or bridge. This artificial tooth root provides a stable foundation for prosthetic teeth, enhancing oral functionality and aesthetics, making it a popular and durable solution for tooth loss.
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About Dental implant Treatment
Dental implant surgery is the procedure of replacing damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that function and appear very similar to natural teeth. The tooth roots are replaced with metal posts that resemble screws. When the loss of natural tooth roots prevents the construction of dentures or bridgework tooth replacements, dental implant surgery can provide a welcome alternative to ill-fitting dentures or bridgework.
Procedure of Dental implant Treatment
Dental implant surgery may involve several procedures. The major benefit of implants is solid support for your new teeth — a process that requires the bone to heal tightly around the implant. Because this bone healing requires time, the process can take many months.
Dental implant surgery is typically done as an outpatient treatment in phases, with a healing period in between. To repair a jawbone, a variety of bone transplant materials can be utilized. A synthetic bone graft, such as bone-substitute material that can create support structures for the formation of new bone, or a natural bone transplant, such as one from another part of your body, are possible options. Your oral surgeon will create an incision to reveal the bone and break open your gums during the implant placement procedure. In order to install the metal post of a dental implant, holes are bored into the bone. The post is placed deeply into the bone because it will act as the tooth root.
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