Implant Dentist Making a Difference in the Way People Look
Artificial teeth that look as good as one's own, if not better, are now being made with the help of cutting edge technology and twenty-first century materials. The Implant Dentist is helping people to get their dental functionality back after having had to cope with gaps and the resulting problems of missing teeth.
Bio-compatible, non-toxic materials are being brought into play to make these natural looking teeth which are being inserted with less invasive methods into one's mouth. Each and every one of us is distinctive in features and internal makeup and therefore each new case is approached on its own requirements and needs.
But each treatment strives for the same ultimate goal which is to restore oral health and full dental functions, the cosmetic benefits achieved are an added bonus. Loosing teeth unnecessarily through a variety of health reasons or trauma can leave one looking haggard and unable to eat comfortably.
The properties of titanium are unique in that they are able to bond very well with living bone and are therefore used extensively for implants of all kinds of body joints and teeth. The screw design matches that of a normal tooth root and when they are inserted into the bone, care is taken to not destabilize the surrounding nerves and sinuses.
These insertions are used extensively to attach orthodontic work which hold the teeth rigidly in place. Support bridges, full sets of dentures and crowns are the most popular dental prostheses that use implants in various forms.
A healthy mouth that has good bone and tissue quality, is well shaped will be the ideal mouth a dentist will be looking for to work on to restore functionality. Hi-tech computers with accompanying software will nowadays give the surgeon very exact information and a precise indication of what they will be working with when doing the surgery.
Bone grafting to augment shallow bone mass is being performed with great success and as dentists require an adequate amount of bone, even people with minimal bone height can now have implants done. Bone needs to be strong to hold the implants and of a good healthy quality to precipitate faster healing.
The patient's role in the implant procedure starts once the work is done and if one wants to keep the artificial teeth for life one will have to care for them very well and carefully. The importance of good oral hygiene home care cannot be emphasized enough.
The real work starts with an hole being drilled into the jaw bone where an artificial root will be inserted and the area closed for healing. After a period of anything up to six months the bonding between titanium and living bone will be secure and the surgeon can attach crowns onto the roots.
A person will find that total function of one's dental faculties are completely restored and one can chew and talk safe in to knowledge that one will experience no click sounds or movement of teeth. The restorative surgery done by an Implant Dentist will leave one looking younger and full of self-esteem.
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