Why do dental implants?

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Why do dental implants?

dental implants  Use to replace the lost natural roots. Made from titanium material. Which can fit into the human body well Design to attached to the patient’s jaw in the position. Where the natural tooth root has been lost. This implant will help support fix or removable teeth, can use to chew food as efficiently as natural teeth at โปรโมชั่น ufabet.

Types of Dental Implants

In general, dental implants are divided into 2 types: conventional dental implants. And implantation after immediate tooth extraction Immediate implantation. After tooth extraction In some cases, crowns or bridges can place on the patient’s teeth at the same time. (immediate dental implant placement)  

We will know that The type of dental implant that is most suitable for us depends on the discretion of the implant specialist. Assessment of bone conditions together with diagnosis through x-rays and/or x-ray 3D images (CT SCAN) to provide the most suitable and best treatment for the patient

1. General dental implant placement

This type of rooting is the most common method. Can done in almost all cases. This type of implant can implant to replace a single missing tooth. Multiple teeth, or maybe the entire mouth. 

Normally, dental implant placement is divide into 2 stages, each stage is about 2-6 months apart.

Conventional dental implants can performed in most patients’ maxillofacial conditions. But if in some cases the patient’s jaw is thinner than normal or loss of bone in the area to implanted A specialist dentist may consider bone grafting prior to receiving dental implants. So that the bone in that area is thick and strong enough to support implant implants

2. Immediate Implantation

Immediate dental implant placement Also known as  One day implant immediately after tooth extraction. In some cases, the patient may be able to cover or bridges as well Depending on the discretion of the dentist. Most of the time, immediate dental implants are only suitable for patients with good jawbones.

3. Dental implants with immediate crowns

It is a dental crown/bridge. both temporary and permanent. Immediate crown/bridge placement. It can done together with conventional and immediate implants. Depending on the discretion of the specialized dentist. Which is usually suitable for patients with good jaw bone conditions.

Procedure for making dental implants

Step 1

When teeth are pulled from various causes such as deep tooth decay, rocking teeth, broken teeth, causing gaps between the 2 side teeth. If left, it will cause these 2 teeth to fall or tilt

Step 2

Dental implants are replacements for missing teeth. by implanting the implant made from titanium material It can fit into our body well

Step 3

Approximately 2-4 months after the implant is placed, the dentist will place the crown on the root. So that the patient can chew food like natural teeth

Step 4

confident smile And chewing good food will come back again. After placing crowns Makes it possible to live happily

Advantages of dental implants

  • There is no need to lose the dentin of the adjacent teeth like a bridge. 
  • Increase confidence in speaking, pronunciation, helping personality return as good as before. 
  • Increase chewing ability Works like natural teeth more than other types of dentures.
  • Helps maintain bone the area where the tooth is lost, not disintegrate.

Technology of dental implants

Dental implant planning with CT Scan technology
Use CT Scan technology. Which is a high-resolution 3D x-ray system. Dental implant dentist Bone density and volume can clearly seen. Which helps to plan before treatment accurately and accurately and helps to build confidence and safety for patients. CT Scan technology has the following advantages.

  • allows to see the entire core cross section and all wide images
  • Visualize and simulate implant placement, bone-implant connection
  • Clarity in the treatment planning process and the treatment team
  • Accuracy and accuracy of patient anatomy data Helps to make the treatment smooth.
  • Surgery can done without opening the gum flaps.
  • able to provide details of the bone both quantitatively and qualitatively