A dental implant is considered a safe procedure. But just like any other procedure, some complications may occur like infection at the implant site, injury or damage to surrounding structures such as other teeth or blood vessels, and nerve damage which can cause pain, numbness, or tingling in your natural teeth, gums, lips, or chin.
During the procedure, you will not feel pain due to the local anesthesia. However, you may feel mild pain after the operation which can wear off using painkillers prescribed by the dentist.
Our main concern while removing the dental implant is preserving bone. The dental implant which is mobile or has minimal residual bone can be removed easily using traditional extraction instruments. While a firm dental implant needs to be removed with significant force without harming the bone.
The dental implant is designed as permanent tooth restoration. It can last up to 25 years with proper care and maintenance.
Dental implants can be done very well in one day.
Infection in the dental implant site can cause systemic illness if left untreated. Low-grade bacterial infections can have serious consequences.
Dental implant fails due to failing in osseointegration which may be the result of overheating of the bone during implant placement, contamination of the implant surface, and systemic problems hindering osseointegration.
No direct link has been found between a dental implant and cancer.
The dental implant is a permanent teeth restoration procedure, with better esthetic, durability, no harm to gums and bones, and longer life.
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Dentists do the following steps for dental implants: surgical incision to open gums and expose the bone; drill holes deep into bones where dental implant posts will be embedded; place abutment; attach the crown.
No, Dental implants are fixed in the bone just like natural teeth.
Yes, dental implants may be removed to change the overall restorative strategy or the implant fails.
The common types of dental implant materials used in making dental implants today include: 1) Titanium dental implant materials made from metal: titanium is regarded as the most common type of dental implant materials; 2) Zirconia dental implant materials: in contrast to titanium, zirconia is a recent invention; and 3) Porcelain.
A dental implant improves your smile and may cause a virtual facelift by restoring the vertical height that was reduced when your natural teeth were lost.
Yes, an infection around the dental implant in the form of gum disease, also known as peri-implantitis, may occur due to systemic or local causes like tobacco smoking, poor oral hygiene, diabetes, and immune diseases.
Yes, in comparison with other teeth restoration procedures, a dental implant is designed to replicate the shape and color of natural teeth.
Unlike natural teeth, a dental implant is not susceptible to decay because it is made of an artificial material that cannot grow cavities.
The dental implant is always a good restoration option as long as you are healthy enough, have healthy gums and bones, and can maintain your oral health very well.
Other teeth replacement options may appear to have a lower cost, but you will continue to pay that cost over and over, making them expensive compared to dental implants. Dental Implant is a cosmetic and complex process. Implant posts, dental crowns, and additional procedures like whitening, extractions, and so on, if required, add to the cost.
First, the implant, which looks like a screw or cylinder, is placed into your jaw. Over the next two to six months, the implant and the bone are allowed to bond together to form an anchor for your artificial tooth. During this time, a temporary tooth replacement option can be worn over the implant site. Later, an artificial tooth can be attached which resembles a natural tooth in color, shape, and function.
Dental implants are surgically placed in your jawbone, where they serve as the roots of missing teeth. Because the titanium in the implants fuses with your jawbone, the implants will not slip, make noise, or cause bone damage the way bridgework or dentures might.
Dental implants are considered a safe tooth replacement procedure.
No, traditional whitening procedures and materials are useless for dental implants because it is made of artificial materials, not enamel-like natural teeth.
Although everyone can undergo this procedure, the person must have healthy gums and dense jawbones. If you are pregnant, a heavy smoker, suffer from certain diseases such as heart diseases, cancer, diabetes, blood clotting disorders, weak immune system, untreated periodontitis, etc., or undergo special therapies like chemotherapy, consult with the doctor.
Dental implants can be performed at any age after 18 for the skeleton takes its full shape. If you perform the procedure under 18, the implanted tooth may look shorter than the adjacent tooth due to jaw growth in the future.
When the jawbone is not dense enough, sometimes bone grafting is required before dental implant surgery. The bone grafts can be natural (taken from another location in your body) or synthetic (such as bone-substitute material).