Dental Implant

What If something happens to your natural teeth, you still can continue to live confidently with implants. implants are a solution proven by experience to last for many years. They look and feel like your natural teeth, and eliminate the worry of slipping or coming loose.

For more than 30 yrs, dental implants have been used successfully with people just like you – a safe, medically proven alternative that delivers confident living. Now we can offer you the most advanced implants and prosthetic available today.

What is a dental implant, and how does it work?

A dental implant is a small “anchor” made of titanium. It is inserted into the jawbone to take the place of your missing tooth root. After Osseointegration, or when the surrounding bone has attached to the implant, a replacement tooth is secured to the top of the implant. The new tooth looks, feels, and performs just like your natural teeth.

Dental implants can be used in a variety of situations, whether you need to replace a single missing tooth or many teeth. They can even be used to replace a full denture. As anchor points, implants can also securely attach a partial denture or bridge.

What are the benefits of dental implants?

Implants offers you a number of significant advantages :

1.More healthful and beautiful: When teeth are missing, the surrounding bone begins to shrink. This unhealthy bone loss can make your jawline recede. Dental implants can help prevent deterioration of the jawbone caused by loss of teeth, so your face retains its natural shape.As an good alternative to conventional bridge, dental implants eliminate the need to grind down healthy teeth when replacing one or more adjacent teeth.

2.More comfortable: Because dental implants are securely anchored, there is no slipping or movement as there is with dentures. This eliminates some of the key worries of dentures, including poor fit, gum irritation, and pain from exposed nerves.

3.More confident: With dental implants, you will never need to cover your mouth when laughing, smiling, or speaking. You can eat your favorite foods without pain or fear of embarrassment – and taste every bite. You will look better, feel better, and live more confidently.

4.• Security. Securely anchored dental implants do not slip or move. This eliminates some of the key problems of dentures, including poor fit, gum irritation and pain from exposed nerves. The result is superior comfort, reliability, and freedom from embarrassment.

Are you a candidate for dental implants?

If you’re healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, you’re probably healthy enough to have an implant – whether your missing teeth are the result of injury, disease, or decay. General good health and adequate bone in the jaw are the key requirements. Consult us for any query regarding this.

What is involved in the implant procedure?

The dental implant process involves several steps that take place over a time period that averages from four to nine months. The typical process will include:

• Pre-treatment consultation: a careful evaluation of your dental and medical health history,by ct scans ,blood test. And sometime ctbt to evaluate your bone condition digitally.

Initial implant placement: This procedure is typically performed in your dentist’s office under mostly in local anesthesia . Your doctor places the implant into your jaw. Over the next several months, bone will attach naturally to the surface of the implant anchoring it into position. Depending on your particular case, an additional minor procedure creates an opening through which your artificial tooth will emerge.

Implant prosthetic attachment: During this phase, your dentist painlessly attaches a prosthetic “post” l to the implant. A simple impression will be taken and over the next few days an artificial tooth will be created for a functional natural restoration.

Since dental implants look and feel like natural teeth, they naturally enhance your appearance. More importantly, the securely attached implant gives you the confidence of eating what you like, speaking easily and clearly, and freedom from embarrassment. And, by following a regular routine of careful oral hygiene and regular checkups, your implants can last for many years.

To find out if implants are a solution for you, consult DR YOJNA SHRIWAS to evaluate you today.

• Proper maintenance: Your dental practitioner will guide you on the proper care and maintenance of your new implants before, during and after the procedure. By following a regular routine of careful oral hygiene and regular checkups, your implants can look, function and feel great for many years to come. Implants can improve your appearance, confidence, and freedom.

What a dental implant can do????

*Replace one or multiple missing tooth without affecting bordering tooth.
*Support a bridge and eliminate the need for a removable partial denture.
*Provide suffort for a denture,making it more secure and comfortable.

Single tooth missing

Implant-supported crowns can provide the following advantages
• Look, feel and perform similar to your natural tooth
• Help preserve surrounding bone by replacing the tooth root
• Help prevent bone loss and jaw line recession
• Do not compromise your adjacent teeth to support a bridge
• Restore a more secure biting ability than a removable denture
• Restore self-confidence and appearance
• Improve appearance and self-esteem
• Require similar oral care as a natural tooth

For Complete Lower or Upper Tooth Replacement conventional dentures Conventional dentures are used when all teeth are missing in the upper or lower jaw. They rest upon the gum tissue, offering no form of mechanical attachment.

Dental implant option

Fixed-Detachable Full Arch Restoration

A fixed-detachable full arch restoration is used when all teeth are missing in the upper or lower jaw. In this procedure, multiple
implants are placed and a custom fixed-detachable full arch restoration is seated directly into the implants. Using small screws,
the restoration is then secured to the implant bodies.

1.Implant-Supported Denture
An implant-supported over-denture is used when all teeth are missing in the upper or lower jaw. In this procedure, multiple
implants are placed and a custom metal framework is screwed onto the abutments. An over-denture is then placed on top of the
metal frame. This denture fits “over” the restoration and attaches to it with clips or snaps.

If you are missing all of your teeth in the upper and/or lower jaw and currently use a removable full denture, then an implant-supported denture could be the right solution for you. Unlike removable full dentures which can fit poorly, cause gum
irritation and pain from exposed nerves, implant-supported bridges or dentures virtually eliminate slipping and movement, so there’s no pain, no embarrassment, and no worries. You’ll be able to laugh and speak with confidence, and enjoy your favorite
foods with ease.

Over-dentures can provide the following advantages over traditional treatment options:

• Hold the denture in place
• Help preserve surrounding bone by replacing the tooth root
• Help prevent bone loss and jaw line recession
• Restore a more secure biting ability than traditional removable dentures
• Improve appearance and self-esteem
• Provide comfort and security in knowing the denture won’t dislodge

2.If you are missing multiple teeth, then an implant-supported bridge may be the solution for you.
Unlike traditional bridgework or removable partial dentures that can slip, come loose, and cause irritation, an implant-supported bridge stays secure and strong, and won’t cause problems for your adjacent teeth. So comfortable and natural, they’ll look and feel just like your own teeth.

Implant-supported bridges can provide the following advantages over traditional treatment options:

• Provide comfort and stability
• Look, feel and perform like your natural teeth
• Do not compromise adjacent teeth to support a bridge
• Help preserve surrounding bone by replacing the tooth root
• Attach securely to implants
• Help prevent bone loss and jaw line recession
• Restore a more secure biting ability than a removable denture
• Eliminate recurrent wear and chance for decay around prepared teeth
• Improve appearance and self-esteem
• Require similar oral care as a natural tooth

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