How Dental Implants Work
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IMMEDIATE FUNCTION IMPLANTS:-
- - Makes implant treatment very similar to general crown & bridge restorations.
- - Procedure is easy and very efficient.
- - Easy for both patients and dentists.
- - Short and non-traumatic surgery with a minimum of post-operative reactions.
- - Patient satisfaction.
- - Simplifies the work of the treatment team.
ADVANTAGE OF IMMEDITE FUNCTION IMPLANTS:-
- - Less Discomfort.
- - Reduced Chair time.
- - Immediate Function.
- - Reduced Bone Loss.
- - Must be enough bone in the jaw.
- - Bone has to be strong enough to hold and support the implant.
- - Natural teeth and supporting tissues near where the implant will be placed must be in good health.
- - If bone volume or density is inadequate, a bone graft procedure must be considered first.
Dental implant success is related to:-
- - Operator skill.
- - Quality and quantity of the bone available at the site.
- - Patient's oral hygiene.
- - The general consensus of opinion is that implants carry a success rate of around 95%.
- - Lack of sufficient alveolar bone.
- - Uncontrolled type II diabetes.
- - Patients who take intravenous bisphosphonates(for Breast cancer and Osteoporosis).
- - Bruxism (tooth clenching or grinding).