Dental Implants Procedures
1- Initial Examination
Your dentist will examine your mouth and conduct an x-ray as well as 3D imaging to locate any health problems. Conditions such as inflammation or cavities have to be treated beforehand.
2- Root Placement
Once your mouth heals you will go for you implant placement. To place the titanium root you surgeon will make an incision on your gum to expose the bone. To place the implant your surgeon drills through the bone. You will need a few months before continuing with the procedure. This is to make sure your implant fuses with bone.
If the missing tooth is a cause of inconvenience for you, your dentist can place a temporary crown until your jaw bone heals.
If your jawbone is brittle, you might need bone grafting. It is a procedure that improves your bone tissue to sustain the root.
3- Abutment Placement
When it’s time to place the abutment, your surgeon opens the gum exposing the upper layer of the root. This is where your abutment is placed. The gum tissue is closed around the abutment but not over it.
Once the gum heals, in around two weeks, you can continue with the treatment.
3- Crown Placement
The crown is made in an off-site lab according to your measurements. You have the option to choose up material and its composition depending on your budget.
Dental Implants Techniques
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