Dental Implant Surgery and Restoration
Dental implants are artificial roots that provide a foundation for tooth restoration. Dental implant surgery and restoration can replace missing teeth with crowns, bridges, or dentures. The replacement teeth look great and allow you to eat and chew normally. Additionally, dental implants can preserve facial structure by preventing the bone loss that typically occurs when you have missing teeth.
At Ansh, now we have the facility to place implants and teeth within 72 hours in most cases. Dr. Shoeb was the first dentist in Mumbai to introduce the concept of “ compressive multiunit implants “ that helps restore teeth in patients with severely compromised bone within a day. It helped aged patients above 70 years to have teeth immediately to take care of their food and health.
What is a Dental Implant Surgery?
Dental implant surgery is a replacement tooth root that is surgically inserted into the jawbone. We use a titanium dental implant that is made up of 100% titanium for our procedure to get the best results. The cells in your jawbone will actually attach to the implant, which fuses it directly to the bone. The implant is connected to a small post that serves as the foundation for tooth restoration.
Perks about Titanium Dental Implant
Titanium dental implant is typically made of 100% titanium, which is an extremely biocompatible metal used for the procedure. The main advantage of titanium dental implant is that it is long-lasting and durable. When we insert any titanium pin, cages, rods, and plates into the body they can last up to 20 years or more.
How is Dental Implant Surgery used?
Dental implant surgery is a permanent solution to tooth loss. Dental implants can be used to replace one missing tooth or groups of missing teeth. These artificial roots are used to support crowns, bridges, or dentures that look and feel natural.
Am I a good candidate for Dental Implants?
If you’re interested in dental implants, Dr. SHOEB SHAIKH, at Ansh, will do your consultation. He has a Master’s degree in Periodontology & Implant Dentistry from the esteemed D. Y. Patil University. He has more than a decade of experience & expertise in this field. In general, dental implantation can be performed on patients with good oral health. Medical conditions, including diabetes, cancer, and periodontal (gum) disease may need to be treated before dental implant surgery. Dr. Shoeb will examine your teeth and gums to determine if you’re a good candidate for dental implantation. This could involve x-rays to verify that you have adequate bone in your jaw to support the implant. Based on the results of your examination, your dentist will recommend an appropriate treatment plan. The extra perk is that we have the best affordable dental implant cost in Mumbai.
Can dental implant Surgery fail?
Dental implant surgery is one of the most successful procedures in dentistry. Studies have shown that the average five-year success rate is 85% to 95%. However, there are never any guarantees. Implants can fail if the bone doesn’t attach to the surface of the implant. This can occur if the bone is soft or if the implant is unstable. Other reasons for failure include post-surgical infection and poor oral hygiene. Smoking depletes important nutrients and reduces blood flow, which can affect the healing process. This means that smoking is one of the greatest risk factors in dental implant failure. If you are a smoker, consider quitting before dental implantation. If an implant fails, it can typically be replaced, as long you have enough bone and tissue to support the implant. If you are looking for the most professional and affordable dental implant cost in Mumbai Ansh dental clinic is the one-stop for you.
What happens during a Dental Implant procedure?
The entire implant process takes place over a few months and in some cases just a few days. If your dentist has determined that you’re a good candidate for dental implantation, the process is started when your dentist first places the implant.
In most cases, implants can be placed using local anesthesia. When you’re sufficiently numb, your dentist will make a small incision in the gum and insert the implant.
More than one implant can be placed at once. Your dentist may recommend general anesthesia in a hospital environment in complex cases. The healing process usually takes 3 to 6 months.
A temporary restoration can be used during this period, so you’ll be able to eat and speak normally. You will need to attend regular follow-up visits to ensure that the healing process is progressing as planned. After healing is complete and the implant has attached to the bone, your dentist will place a post that will be used to support the restoration. After taking impressions, your dentist will permanently restore your teeth using crowns, bridges, or dentures. Your new smile will look as beautiful as it did before you ever lost your teeth – or even better!
How do I care for my Dental Implants?
Your dentist will recommend regular checkups to examine your dental implants and restorations. Excellent oral hygiene practices are essential to maintain implant function. Brush your teeth and floss twice daily to keep your teeth, implants, and restorations healthy and free of plaque. Your dentist will work with you to develop a care plan that will allow you to maintain your new smile for life.