When you lose a tooth, it can affect your smile and face, and not only reduces some people's confidence, but it also causes numerous problems for oral health. That’s why the tooth must be filled quickly.
There are many ways to fill a tooth gap, including an implant. The implants are a type of prosthesis with a titanium base that is highly compatible with the body. The implants are surgically implanted into the mouth and the jawbone and the process of healing takes 3 to 4 months. After inserting and welding the implant into the jawbone, the dentist can easily replace the tooth. The implant makes the tooth firm. One important thing to keep in mind is that implant requires healthy gums and there must be enough bone in the jaw.
Steps to implant:
Causing local anesthesia in the area
Placement of implant base in the jawbone
Waiting period for implant and jaw bone connection
Placing a temporary denture on the implant during the waiting period for patient comfort
Original implant molding to build a new prosthesis
Place a new toothpaste made on the base of the implant
Provide necessary post-surgical care
Implants have different shapes and sizes. Dentists try to use implants that are similar to the color of other teeth. Implants are also much better in appearance and function than dentures and look similar to natural teeth.
There is no limit to eating foods after implantation, while with dentures some foods cannot be chewed easily.
After implanting some dentures or teeth, there may be changes in the pronunciation of words. But implants act like natural teeth and do not cause any problems in speech.
Unlike other methods, implant care is very easy and does not require the use of special materials or products for care. Implants are more natural than other methods and are a permanent way of life.
There are many ways for implantation, including digital implants. Implant-centered digital dentistry replaces traditional techniques, and to avoid the problems that may be encountered in traditional methods, digital technology used by Dr. Mehri Qasemi's Digital Dentistry Center can improve implant quality, speed, and accuracy. So far.
At Dr. Mehri Ghasemi’s Digital Dental Center, implantation will perform by precision devices used to create a surgical guide. With the help of a surgical guide, Implant surgery will be performed in the shortest possible time, making diagnosis and treatment plans much easier.
The digital coating can be prepared very precisely in just one or two sessions and be implanted at the end of surgery. However, traditionally, this process took months. It’s important to know Quick placement causes the least damage to the gums.
Another important step to take is to create an intraoral image for digital molding in the past, the traditional method of mold or plaster casts were used, Using these devices increases accuracy and quality of molding.
When the surgical guide is placed on the patient's mouth, the precise location of the toothless and drilling area will be determined so we can have the least bone marrow picked up in the procedure.
Digital implants do not require gingival incisions and sutures, and the patients are very comfortable during treatment and have no complications.