Tooth  Implants in One Day – Tooth loss is very common and it can happen as a result of disease and trauma; therefore, the use of dental implants to provide support for replacement of missing teeth has a long and multifaceted history.

Tooth  Implants in One Day

Statistics provided by the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons show that 69% of adults ages 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth to an accident, gum disease, a failed root canal or tooth decay. Furthermore, by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth. Therefore, the use of dental implants reveals that about 100,000-300,000 dental implants are placed per year, which approximates the numbers of artificial hip and knee joints placed per year.

Research on dental implant designs, materials and techniques has increased in the past few years and is expected to expand in the future due to the recent growth of the global market for dental implants and the rising in the demand for cosmetic dentistry.

The development of modern ceramics started in 1992; and from that time on, dental implant companies, have incorporated ceramic surface treatments and ceramic-like elements to implants with the purpose of further enhancing osseointegration.

Today, approximately 450,000 osseointegrated dental implants are being placed every year, with an expectation of 95% success rate (in the case of single tooth replacement with an implant supported crown), with minimum risks and associated complications.

 Types of dental implant designs

There are have been four main types of dental implant designs that have been developed and used in clinical dentistry, including a subperiosteal form, blade form, ramus frame, and endosseous form. However, the large scope of this review will focus on endosseous implants which are the most used in dentistry today.

With the use of high-resolution 3-D CT scans and virtual planning software, the dental implant procedure is completed after the initial consultation and before the scheduled implant placement. The restoration (replacement teeth) is uniquely fabricated to meet the parameters of your mouth and the specifications of your situation. The procedure is mapped out and planned, so everything is ready before you even arrive. After the implant is placed in your mouth, you leave with beautiful teeth and a smile on your face.

Some other “immediate load/immediate function” implant techniques require you wear a removable denture or fit certain specific criteria to be treated. However, our technique allows for failing teeth or dentures to be immediately replaced with new implants and restorations, and often in one procedure. Our implant procedure streamlines treatment, saves time, reduces anxiety and improves the quality of the final results.

Benefits of Dental Implants

The benefits of implant-supported replacement teeth have been proven consistently. Careful documentation has shown that results are virtually the same as more conventional procedures. Added benefits include not having to sacrifice healthy natural teeth, maintaining the integrity of the jawbone structure, never having to remove or clean false teeth or bridges, and regaining your self-confidence. Unlike conventional tooth-replacement systems like denture or bridges, dental implants are designed to last a lifetime.

Source: www.dentalassociates.comwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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