A sincere and beautiful smile can transform a person’s face: make it more attractive and happy. Unfortunately, not all of us have the opportunity to smile openly, looking at the world around us. The main reasons for this are:
At the same time, a person feels a sense of discomfort, becomes more reserved and uncommunicative. However, modern dentistry allows you to solve all the problems described above by installing dental implants.
Why is it important to replace teeth if they are lost?
As you know, a person has 32 teeth that make up his dentofacial system. At the same time, only 28 teeth have important functional significance, they are necessary for chewing food. However, the loss of even one tooth can lead to problems such as deformation and displacement of the rest of the row, destruction of bone tissue. That is why it is extremely important to ensure complete and proper care of the oral cavity. In the event that you had to remove the tooth as a result of decay, injury or illness, it is extremely important to replace it in time.
Modern implantation techniques
Several decades ago, to replace the elements of the dentition, it was necessary to resort to the installation of permanent or removable dentures. At the same time, the technique had a significant drawback – after some time, the teeth that took on an additional load began to deteriorate. As a result, the patient again had to see a dentist.
One-to-One Clinic offers its patients a dental implantation service. In this case, implantation of an artificial tooth into the bone tissue is carried out. The procedure is as follows:
a small incision is made on the gum, exposing the bone bed;
using a special dispenser, titanium cylindrical implant rods are introduced.
After the procedure, the injured tissue is quickly restored, growing to the implant. Before the procedure, it is recommended to visit a dentist, orthodontist, take tests and make sure there are no absolute contraindications.
One-to-One Clinic provides assistance to patients of any age. We work even with those clients who have been refused in other clinics. Thanks to the high qualifications of our specialists, we can successfully prepare the patient for implantation and carry out the procedure qualitatively.
Benefits of Dental Implantation
The uniqueness of dental implantation lies in the fact that it allows you to quickly restore the dentition without any unpleasant consequences for the patient. The main advantages of the procedure are:
lack of load on neighboring teeth – upon implantation, the load is evenly distributed over the entire jaw, so that neighboring teeth are not destroyed;
complete reconstruction of the anatomy of the tooth and jaw – after the procedure, the person receives a beautiful smile without defects;
preservation of bone tissue of the jaw – in the absence of teeth, bone tissue gradually atrophies, its volume decreases. The presence of an implant allows you to increase blood circulation in the tissues, provides the necessary pressure on the bone and supports physiological metabolic processes.
Implant Installation Steps
The installation of implants requires prior preparation. If necessary, the patient can be referred to narrow specialists, for example, an endocrinologist. Only through a thorough approach can a high-quality result be achieved.
1. The first stage – preparation
At the first stage, the dentist performs a complete examination of the oral cavity, evaluating its condition. If necessary, the patient undergo rehabilitation and computed tomography for a detailed study of the condition of bone tissue. If there are any defects in the dentition, they are eliminated.
2. The second stage – planning
Drawing up a prosthetics plan allows you to see the final picture and understand what additional manipulations may be required. Usually, an orthopedist and surgeon take part in the preparation of the plan. During the planning, specialists take jaw casts, which are then sent to the laboratory for digitization and layout. On the example of the layout, analysts recreate the dentition, which will be most effective in this case. This takes into account not only the visual component of the new dentition, but also the ability of the implants to take the load. If a patient has a thinning of bone tissue as a result of a prolonged absence of teeth, it is restored using special substitutes on a natural or synthetic basis.
3. The third stage – prosthetics
At this stage, the inner part of the tooth and the outer lining are selected. The inner part can be made of zirconium, ceramic or metal, and the outer one is made of ceramic mass.