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Dental implant procedure

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How are implants placed?
And what do you have to watch out for after the treatment?

Dental implants are used to serve as a replacement for lost teeth due to a variety of reasons. The dental implant procedure is easier, as a lot of people might think.

The dental implant proceduredental implant procedure

The first thing in the dental implant procedure is to create an individual dental implant surgery plan customized to the patient’s needs. This step requires a panoramic radiograph or a personal visit at the dentist. It is important that dentist provides sufficient and accurate information about the surgery, since most patients lack dental implant information.When it comes to a dental implant surgery one has to take into consideration a diversity of aspects, most importantly careful composition of the dental implant surgery plan as well as other aspects, such as the patient’s state of health and possible risks.
Patients usually have several options in regard to the type and logistical manner of dental implant insertion. If the decision was made, the patient and the dentist must agree upon the appointment available for the first step of dental implant procedure.

Due to the loss of roots the artificial teeth have to be anchored to the implants, which are inserted into the gum. The dental implant ensures the stability of the teeth, although the flexibility of the teeth is restricted. However, the dental implant procedure in itself isn’t painful for the patient.
The dental implant has the shape of a screw and is manufactured out of titanium, since this material is the most compatible with the human body. The screws are being inserted by the dentist in the framework of surgical intervention with the help of local anaesthesia. Depending on the needs and wants of the patient the surgery can occur under general anaesthetics. However, the most used method of anaesthesia is the local anaesthesia, which then again refers to the fact that the dental implant surgery isn’t painful at all.
Firstly, the certain jaw bone segment needs to be laid open, so therefore the dentist has to make a small cut into the mucous membrane in order for the dental implant to be inserted. Hereby, the so called dental implant bed is established, which requires a certain width and depth. If the dental implant is inserted the gum is sewed up.

Duration of a tooth implant procedure

The duration of the dental implant procedure depends on the type of the procedure. Since there are two different types of dental implant procedures, the two-stage and the one stage methos (with immediate impact on the teeth).
At a two-stage dental implant procedure, there is a healing phase after the insertion of the dental implant, which lasts between 3 to 6 months after the surgery. Obviously, patients who are treated with the two stage surgery receive a temporary teeth replacement for the healing period.
After the healing phase a second, but smaller surgical procedure needs to be done, as in the second part the abutment has to be placed on the implant. Furthermore, there are three different variations of artifical teeth: a dental crown, dental bridge and various types of dental prosthesis.
When it comes to the one-stage surgery method, the teeth are immediately fixed after the surgery.

After surgery

After the surgery, possible complaints can occur, but usually there is no severe pain experienceds. Still, potential complaints after are treated or rather mitigated with painkillers. Depending on the patient, postoperative swellings and bruises can occur, which then usually last for 2 or 3 days. The wound needs to be cooled. After the surgery the patient receives important instructions with regard to the healing of the wounds. The following step is, that the patient has to familiarize with these new regulations with regard to oral hygiene. It is advised or rather obligatory for the patient to get professional oral hygiene every six months. Furthermore, the inserted dental implants need to be examined every six months by a dentist.

Dental implant infection

Usually, with the help of thorough preparations and execution of a surgery, the risks are minimal.
Possible risks, such as the dental implant infection or also called peri-implant infection, can emerge for a variety of reasons. A peri-implant infection is the infection of the gum, which emerges from the dental implant itself and can expand to the jaw bone. At this stage, the infection is already advanced, since the prior stage is called muscositis. When it comes to a muscositis. the infection is only present in the soft tissue (the gum), so the part that surrounds the dental implant.
As the matter of course, it is better to recognize such an infection in its earlier stages. If the peri-implant stage is reached, the infection becomes irreversible and can even lead to the loss of the dental implant. Besides to the lack of oral hygiene there is a wide range of causes to a dental implant infection (peri-implant infection):

  • Smoking,
  • Diabetes,
  • osteoporosis or parodontitits,
  • stress,
  • irregular dental control,
  • insufficient dental care and implant care,
  • the lack of healing of the implant in the jaw bone.

To the symptoms of dental implant infection belongs also a certain pain to the implant and red coloration of the gum. One has to pay attention to these symptoms, since a dental implant infection can lead to bone resorption in the jaw.

Dental implant procedure
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