Dental Implants

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Dental implants – to replace your lost tooth with one as good as or better than your old one.

Dental implants are a time tested way forward to restore your natural smile. Visit Clinic GP for an implant closest to your natural tooth.

  • Missing Teeth
  • Tooth Loss
  • Complete Denture

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial prosthetics that act as a root for your missing teeth. Dental implant surgery is a procedure that replaces the root of a missing tooth with a small screw-in post, that fuses to the jaw bone (osseointegration) to form a strong and stable base for the artificial tooth or crown to be placed at a later stage. Dental implants offer a permanent and fully functional restoration as it naturally integrates with the bone, providing strength and support, thereby preserving your natural tooth -gum appearance. These implants are made with titanium and a ceramic crown can be used in case a metal-free substitute is desired. Implants are also used to anchor bridges and dentures to improve biting ability and can be used to replace full dentures or multiple missing teeth.

With the use of high-resolution 3-Dimensional CT scans and virtual planning software, the dental implant procedure is virtually planned and not only is it not a worrisome, painful or a time taking procedure but also is a more predictable, safer and reliable one. From single tooth replacement, multi-unit replacement to a complete rehabilitation we have an extensive range of implant designs and cosmetic options which are economically viable, that ensure you find your best fit; thus guaranteeing an early return to function and aesthetics.

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The Procedure

The dental implant surgery depends on the type of implant, tooth position and the condition of your jaw bone. The procedure, from tooth extraction, implant placement to loading the crown to the top of the abutment, is carried out as a single stage procedure or in multiple stages. A gap period is provided for the healing of the bone surrounding the newly placed implant. Depending on the bone density and surrounding soft tissues, one may have to also go in for bone grafting or other minor procedures prior to implant placement. Unlike the bridges, dental implants do not hamper your adjoining teeth and works to preserve the bone structure beneath. Several factors such as number of teeth lost, implant location, bone density, medical condition of the patient, patient expectations, etc. come into play in deciding implant design, surgery and the overall treatment plan.

Some of the implant system procedures include:

  1. Single tooth replacement
  2. Implant supported bridge
  3. 4 on 1 implants
  4. Zygomatic Implants
  5. Full mouth rehabilitation

Intra Oral Surgery

Multiple Visits

Swelling – Minimal

Pain – Moderate

Facial Recontouring and Surgery for Snoring
Cleft Lip and Palate Corrections
Temporomandibular Joint Surgery
Facial Trauma Corrections

More on Dental implants

The advantage of going in for dental implants over bridges is that the structure of the normal teeth is kept intact and the supporting teeth are not subjected to damage from fracture or secondary decay. Dental implants fuse with the jawbone to be part of the oral structure. They do not slip, cause bone damage or loss of tooth structure to adjacent teeth as in the case of removable prosthesis. It is not only the best procedure for the gums and health of the adjacent teeth but they also last longer.

Dental implants are fused to the jaw bone and so with proper oral hygiene and good systemic health, these are expected to last a life time. Risk factors like diabetes, bone lesions and periodontal problems may reduce the life of these implants and it is necessary to come for regular check-ups to reduce this risk.

Several factors come into play to determine the duration for placing an implant from number of teeth to be restored to the health of your jaw bone. With newer techniques, treatment may happen as early as in one day, but in some cases may take up to five days or may require multiple visits taking months. Your requirement, oral condition and medical health are factors that will determine the time required for completing an implant.

Whether implant is performed in one stage or multiple stages, you may experience swelling of gums and face, minor bleeding and pain at the implant site. You would be given required medication post treatment and a set of oral and food practices to be followed until the healing takes place.

No. With a variety of implant design options from 4 on 1 implant, implant supported partial dentures and implant supported full bridge, you can have teeth restoration with minimal number of implants. You would be suggested with the right kind of implant system depending on which of the teeth need replacement.

It is crucial to visit a qualified professional once a year to check your oral health and that of the implants. A dental consultation once in every 4 to 6 months for a thorough professional clean-up is important to maintain your implants and to make them long lasting.

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