Dental Implants

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WHAT IS THE PROCESS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS?

Dental implants have become more popular recently, because of the advancement of cosmetic medicine, the operation techniques, and the materials that make up the implants. So, the turnout has become high for people who want to restore their teeth and their bright smiles. Turkey was on the list of countries in providing this medical service, for the provision of high-quality dental materials at relatively low cost compared to other European and American countries.

Dental implants are among the most requested surgical dentistry procedures. The doctor replaces the missing teeth with implants that are surgically implanted into the jawbones, then he covers them with a crown from the top, in a manner that suits and fits the teeth in the mouth naturally. The process of dental implants is characterized by the lack of a certain limit of implanted teeth, as you can implant one or many teeth; with cost differences and after consulting your doctor of course.

CANDIDATES FOR DENTAL IMPLANTS

The doctor begins a full examination of the patient’s mouth as fully as any routine and periodic examination, he also examines the patient’s medical history to make sure there are no chronic diseases that prevent the patient from doing dental implants. Among the conditions that must be met for you to be a candidate for dental implants are:

    • People who have lost one or more teeth and want to implant alternative teeth for cosmetic or medical reasons.
    • The patient undergoing the operation must be free from some diseases that affect the bones such as diabetes and advanced osteoporosis.
    • The patient undergoing dental implants must have enough bone density to succeed in dental implants.
    • People who keep and maintain their teeth clean and cared for, as the patient must have good oral health.
    • The patient undergoing dental implants should not suffer from chronic high blood pressure.
    • The patient should not be a heavy smoker (more than 10 cigarettes per day).

PRE- DENTAL IMPLANTS TIPS

There are some tips and guidelines that must be followed by the patient undergoing dental implants before the operation in order to have successful dental implants. Such tips are:

    • The choice of a specialist doctor with experience, efficiency, and good reputation, as the process of dental implants, is one of the micro-surgical operations.
    • The choice of a dental center is known for its good treatment services offered before and after the operation.
    • Maintain routine hygiene of teeth and gums; as a patient undergoing dental implants, one must have good oral health.
    • Avoid smoking for a while (one-two months) before the operation.
    • Avoid stimulants and caffeine such as tea and Arabic coffee for two weeks before the operation.
    • Avoid having alcohol as well as blood thinners such as green tea and ibuprofen medicines

The doctor begins a full examination of the patient’s mouth as fully as any routine and periodic examination, he also examines the patient’s medical history to make sure there are no chronic diseases that prevent the patient from doing dental implants. Among the conditions that must be met for you to be a candidate for dental implants are:

    • People who have lost one or more teeth and want to implant alternative teeth for cosmetic or medical reasons.
    • The patient undergoing the operation must be free from some diseases that affect the bones such as diabetes and advanced osteoporosis.
    • The patient undergoing dental implants must have enough bone density to succeed in dental implants.
    • People who keep and maintain their teeth clean and cared for, as the patient must have good oral health.
    • The patient undergoing dental implants should not suffer from chronic high blood pressure.
    • The patient should not be a heavy smoker (more than 10 cigarettes per day).

The doctor begins a full examination of the patient’s mouth as fully as any routine and periodic examination, he also examines the patient’s medical history to make sure there are no chronic diseases that prevent the patient from doing dental implants. Among the conditions that must be met for you to be a candidate for dental implants are:

    • People who have lost one or more teeth and want to implant alternative teeth for cosmetic or medical reasons.
    • The patient undergoing the operation must be free from some diseases that affect the bones such as diabetes and advanced osteoporosis.
    • The patient undergoing dental implants must have enough bone density to succeed in dental implants.
    • People who keep and maintain their teeth clean and cared for, as the patient must have good oral health.
    • The patient undergoing dental implants should not suffer from chronic high blood pressure.
    • The patient should not be a heavy smoker (more than 10 cigarettes per day).

POST- DENTAL IMPLANTS TIPS

After the completion of the process and installation of the new tooth, the patient who has undergone dental implants should treat his/her teeth very naturally, with regard to the following:

    • Take care of dental cleaning and pay regular care to the teeth and their cleanliness.
    • Clean the gums and do not leave any food leftover on them.
    • Undergo a dental check-up at your dentist every six months.
    • Work on reducing or abstain from alcohol and smoking in order to maintain the implants.

STAGES OF DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are conducted in several routine stages at dental clinics and centers:

  1. The doctor prepares the specified place for implantation by placing the implants made of pure titanium metal in the jawbone, in the place of the missing tooth.
  2. The jawbone and the implant are healed, in what is called bone fusion this takes six months for the upper jaw and three months for the lower jaw.
  3. The doctor prepares the final composition of dental implants. This phase includes a number of sessions, where the composition is prepared from oral prints. The doctor then installs it permanently on the implant.

It takes about half an hour to implant a tooth. Dental implants are accompanied by a slight pain that can be eased with ordinary painkillers. Since it is more difficult to attach the implants to the upper jawbones, the implant success rate is 90% for the upper jaw and 95% for the lower jaw. 

Implanted teeth can last for more than 20 years. The duration, of course, depends on how well the patient is taking care of his/her health and interest in the cleanliness and health of their teeth on a daily basis.

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