Dental implant placement

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Dental implant placement: Making the teeth closest to the toothless area more crooked and leaving more space between them. All of these factors can have a detrimental impact on a person’s nutrition and looks, and they can also contribute to bone loss in the area where a tooth is missing. 

A consultation with a dentist or an implantologist is required to assess whether dental implants are the best option for you. At this appointment, a dental specialist looks at the teeth, gums, and bone density and performs a thorough examination of the teeth and gums.

 X-rays and CT scans might be performed during this appointment to check whether there is sufficient bone structure to support the implant(s) and to zero in on where they should go.
On the other hand, the dentist will give you the treatment plan that is the most appropriate for you based on the conditions of your oral tissue, your level of oral cleanliness, and your commitment to following the aftercare guidelines. 

Because certain patients lack sufficient bone or gum tissue, soft tissue, bone grafts, or implants with a smaller diameter may be necessary. The dental professional will discuss with you, taking into account your specific circumstances, how long the complete treatment process will take, how many consultations and visits will be required, and what kinds of results you can anticipate following each surgery. 

If it is determined that dental sedation or local anesthetic is necessary, these topics will be brought up during the consultation. Local anesthesia involves numbing the affected area and the area immediately surrounding it. In addition, it provides an estimate of the price of your dental implant. There are several potential reasons for tooth loss, including the following:

  • Decay of the Teeth
  • Root canal fracture or failure
  • Gum disease (periodontitis)
  • Trauma (tooth injury) (tooth injury)
  • An excessive amount of use and wear
  • Congenital defects

The requirements before Dental implant placement

Before dental implants, to maintain oral health, it is preferable to take preventative steps to control caries, such as scaling and fixing decaying teeth. This can be done through routine dental treatment. If you are a smoker, you are strongly encouraged to reduce your consumption or quit altogether, as this can harm the bone’s ability to fuse to the implant (osseointegration). On the other hand, treatment will start once the dentist has determined that the mouth is of sufficient health to warrant it.

What exactly is the procedure for Dental implant placement?

Osseointegration is the process that attaches dental implants to the jaw bone and is known as a surgical procedure. For the osseointegration of the implant or the fusion of the implant to the bone, depending on the surgical conditions of each patient, it takes anywhere from six weeks to six months for consolidation and healing. At the end of this period, the implantation is finished by placing a cover on it. If osseointegration does not take place, the implant surgery will be unsuccessful. In addition, it is essential to remove the prior implant and appropriately prepare the body for reimplantation. Once the jaw bone has finished growing, a dental implant can be implanted in the patient (over 18 years old). On the other hand, the placement of implants may be restricted if the patient suffers from certain medical conditions, such as an active case of diabetes, cancer, or periodontal disease.


Aftercare of Dental implant placement

The dental implant recovery process depends on several factors. For example:

  • Practicing good oral and dental hygiene regularly (ensures the proper fusion of the implant with the bone structure)
  • The use of dental floss in conjunction with a toothbrush (if the implant and surrounding areas are not cleaned properly, it may become infected)
  • Not smoking (Smoking increases the failure rate of this procedure, and it is better for smokers to smoke less to increase the success of the surgery.)
  • Utilization consistently of the dental practitioner’s recommended medicine
  • If temporary veneers are used with implants, they should be cleaned like natural teeth. This will ensure that the healing and bonding processes are carried out in the most effective way possible.


After the initial surgery

Patients should prepare themselves for some discomfort and swelling in the operative area. At the location of the implant, bleeding and bruises are sometimes visible after the procedure. The dentist will likely prescribe medications for you to take to lessen the pain you are experiencing and to control any swelling that may occur. After surgery, you should stick to foods that are easy to chew for at least the first two days.

Types of dental implants

There are about 60 different companies that produce dental implants or the restorative materials that go along with them. Dental implants come in a variety of different types. Consequently, dentists have various choices when selecting the appropriate therapy for patients based on their requirements. Keep in mind that if you went to a different dentist after having this done under the supervision of one, they might not be familiar with or able to get the same type of implants that the first dentist used. Therefore, having a dentist finish your treatment is in your best interest.

Why dental implants?

An alternative treatment that is suitable and convenient, and in certain instances, it is even simpler than other dental treatments. The dental implants have the following benefits:

  • They give you the power and steadiness to eat any food you want without feeling sick or bloated afterward.
  • They contribute to the preservation of the jawbone.
  • They stop the breakdown of bone.
  • They provide structural support for facial features.
  • They protect the teeth that are next to the space previously occupied by teeth.

The following are some of the situations in which dental implants are used:

  • Restoration of teeth that have been lost
  • Assist in stopping or preventing the bone loss that occurs after having teeth extracted. This dental procedure is part of the more extensive combination of surgical and prosthetic procedures.
  • They give you the power and steadiness to eat any food you want without feeling sick or bloated afterward.
  • They contribute to the preservation of the jawbone.
  • They stop the breakdown of bone.
  • They provide structural support for facial features.
  • They protect the teeth that are next to the space previously occupied by teeth.

Dr. Noorbakhsh Dentistry is proud to use the latest methods for dental implants in Tehran. You can reach her office using the information below located on Fereshteh Street in Tehran. You can also visit our Instagram page to learn more about how Dr. Noorbakhsh performs her surgeries on patients and to read the testimonials of different kinds of patients, which will allow you to have peace of mind knowing that you can trust us and that we will be able to give you the results that you are looking for.

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