Dental implants are one of the reconstructive cosmetic treatments designed to replace missing teeth, while providing a strong foundation for removable partial or complete dentures.
Dental implants are one of the reconstructive cosmetic treatments designed to replace missing teeth, while providing a strong foundation for removable partial or complete dentures. Dental implantation is based on placing artificial roots that are surgically implanted in the upper or lower jaw bone by a dentist, and then the doctor places the new teeth on the implanted roots to look incredibly natural.
The goals of dental implants
Replacement of single or multiple teeth without affecting adjacent teeth.
Partial or complete dental support
Reinforcement of bridges or partial denture replacement
Are dental implants suitable for you?
Good general health.
Enough depth for the jawbone for the doctor to have roots.
Maintaining oral hygiene.
Realistic expectations of results: Yes, dental implants are suitable for all patients who miss one or more of their teeth, as long as they meet the following criteria
How is the procedure done?
Dental implants are carried out in several stages, and are divided as follows:
The first stage:
It is called the preparation stage, during which the appropriate place for implantation is prepared, by drilling into the jaw bone and placing titanium implants after giving the patient local anesthesia.
The second phase:
The stage of healing of the jaw bone and implant, or osteoid fusion, takes about three months.
It is the final fitting stage, during which several sessions are performed to reach the final composition identical to the size in the jaw.
Dental implant results
Improving the overall appearance of the mouth.
Improve speech and articulation.
Correction of chewing and bulimia problems.
Raise the level of self-confidence.
Improve overall oral health.
Get rid of the fear associated with falling teeth. This is because the implanted teeth are almost permanent.