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An implant is an artificial root that is placed in toothless mouth or used for one or more missing teeth. More successful aesthetic results can be obtained and chewing can be made as your main teeth. The implants are manufactured by high-tech product “titanium” which is adopted to body easily and is extremely durable. They are placed with an half an hour operation under local anesthesia. Problem-free function is aimed in mouth. Implant surfaces are passed through a special process so they create a special band and hold mechanical and cellular to bone. The most ideal method for connection is, to wait between 3-6 months.

Success Criteria:

  • Appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
  • To select suitable implant and fact.
  • Bone thickness and bone height.
  • The relations between opposite teeth and prostheses that are made on an implant.
  • Oral hygiene.
  • Sterilization of tools and room of operation.
  • Patient’s general health situation.
  • No Smoking and no alcohol after operation.
  • Regular dentist check in 3-6 months

Implant is done in these circumstances:

  1. Single tooth deficiency
  2. A few teeth deficiency
  3. Total toothless.

How Many Teeth Can Implants Support?

Implants can be used to replace all the missing teeth. Bridges or dentures are also used as extra support when the patient undergoes dental implants. If, however, you only have one tooth that needs replacing, then you will only need one replacement. Several missing or decayed teeth will require larger spaces and the exact number of implants will largely depend on the volume and quality of the bone for each implant site.

If you have a habit of clenching your teeth, especially during sleep, your teeth may be put at risk of overloading the implants. Grinding your teeth on a daily basis will result in worn or chipped teeth so you must mention this to your dental surgeon. He/she will consider placing additional implants and choosing the right restorative materials during the treatment. You may also be provided with a mouth-guard to wear at night in order to protect your teeth.

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

The most common question around implants is ‘how much does a dental implant cost?’. The truth is that it can vary considerably from dentist to dentist. While everywhere will be different, there are some general trends which you can expect to see when looking for dental implants prices.

The initial consultation with your cosmetic dentist will help to determine the rough cost of the treatment. There may be some groundwork that needs done before they can proceed, which will influence the overall tooth implant’s cost.

The dentist will need to prepare the area around the implant prior to the procedure taking place. This can involve things like extractions and repair work on the surrounding teeth. They will likely also need to take various x-rays to determine the health of your gums before proceeding with the implant.

For a single tooth implant you can expect to pay between £500-750. This will be dependent on the amount of work involved as well as the standard charges your dentist has.

What Are The Advantages of Implants Over Other Tooth Replacement Methods?

There are many advantages to dental implants over standard tooth replacement methods. Implants are the next best thing to healthy and strong teeth. They feel just like a natural tooth and unlike other alternative methods, implants don’t lead to bone deterioration or interfere with eating, speaking, and smiling.

Placing a bridge can cause damage to the healthy teeth or those that are missing. However, with implants, the new teeth are placed in the jawbone where the missing root used to be, without jeopardising the healthy teeth. Dental implants prevent the adjacent teeth from changing position as they would if the empty space was left for a long period of time.

Because dental implant treatment has a highly successful outcome and is more reliable than most other treatments such as root canal therapy, it is often considered to be the most suitable treatment for repairing or replacing missing teeth. If you wear a denture, you may worry about it falling out or slipping every time you eat or speak. You even have to take your denture out every night before sleeping. However, with dental implants, you have the advantage of keeping your teeth in your mouth and not in a cup.

How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

Well-maintained implants will generally last as long as natural teeth or possibly a lifetime, only if they are placed into adequate jawbone and high quality materials are used by the dental surgeon. But as you’d expect crowns or fillings to require occasional repairs, your implant may also require some maintenance over the years. An annual dental check-up is recommended for preventing future problems with your implants.

Are Dental Implants Painful?

After your surgery is over, you may be sore for a couple of days just like any other surgery. But this can easily be managed with over-the-counter pain medication. Make sure you take your painkillers regularly for the first two days after the surgery. If after two days you still feel pain or swelling, go back to the dental clinic for a check-up in order to prevent the development of an infection.

For the first week after the surgery, you should continue wearing your denture if you have it to cover the surgical area and help the site heal quicker. Just make sure you leave the denture out at night before sleeping.

According to patients who have undergone dental implant surgery, very little pain is experienced during the procedure. The surgeon uses local anaesthesia so the patient doesn’t feel much discomfort and some people have even said that an implant is less painful than tooth extraction.

What Do Implants Look Like?

An implant feels and looks just like a natural tooth. It works in the same way as a real tooth and the patient will have no difficulties eating with it. The only difference is the way it is attached to the bone. As the implant is fused directly to the bone, its response to dental disease depends on how strong the periodontal ligament is. If you take a look at your implant in the mirror, you won’t be able to tell the difference between this tooth and your other natural teeth.

Caring For Your Implants

Most implant-supported teeth need to cleaned thoroughly using a special brush. When flossing, you must make sure you clean around the bridge of each tooth and where necessary, use an interdental brush or similar cleaning aids. To help protect your implant, you need to use a low-abrasive toothbrush and avoid bushing with sodium fluoride toothpaste, baking soda, and any other stain –removing gel that can expose the surface of the implant. If the outer part of the implant gets exposed, it will be susceptible to bacteria. A good hygienist can prepare you by providing home-care advice based on your treatment.

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