Dental Implants are an excellent option for replacing one or more missing teeth. You may take it as permanently replacing your natural roots with titanium roots. Implants can serve good for both purposes- as single tooth (regular implants) and as support for dentures (mini implants). To get an implant fixed, we need to ensure that your jawbone is in good shape, and you have healthy oral tissues. This helps in the bonding between the jaw and the implant, hence giving you ever-lasting support. Implants can be used for single tooth as well as for fixed full denture. The procedure of putting single tooth implant is usually done in two stages. In first stage root part of implant is fixed, then it is allowed to integrate with the bone over a period of four to six months and then the crown part is fixed, but in certain cases it may be done immediately depending upon the bone availability and number of other factors. In case of fixed full denture, the denture is supported on four to six mini implants in each jaw and then the denture is fixed over it at the same time.
Dental Implants have come a long way in providing our patients with a new set of
teeth that look and feel exactly like their natural teeth. Dr.Turners Dental Implant
Centers are afffiliated with the University in Frankfurt and in collaboration with
their colleagues in Germany strive to provide the best Dental Implant therapy for
their patients in India. This team Implant Dentist in India are Masters in Oral
Implantology from the Universitat Klinikum Carolinum Franfkfurt Germany.
Dental Implant is titanium structure which when placed inside the jaw bones acts like a root on which the lost tooth can be reconstructed / fabricated.
Implant surgery is performed usually under local anesthesia or for complicated cases even under general anesthesia by trained and certified clinicians. A single implant procedure takes less than an hour; multiple implants can be installed in a single surgical session lasting a while longer. Healing and integration of the implants with jawbone occurs over three to six months in a process called Osseo integration after which the crowns/bridges are fabricated and attached to the implants.
Implant placement could be one stage or two-stage surgery protocols depending upon the area, the bone volume and density, infections etc.