What an implant is?
Dental implants are artificial roots. Their forms are screw, cylinder or graded cylinder. Its diameter is 3,5-4,5 mm, length 8-16 mm. It is implanted into the jaw bone to substitute an extracted tooth.
The implant plays the role of the original tooth root as it immediately grows together with the bone and serves to support different sorts of prostheses, crowns and bridges. Implants have been successfully applied for more than forty years.
Most implants are made of chemically pure titan. This metal is tissue-friendly and coalesces with the bone. Titan does not solve in bodily fluids, and does not interact with the immune system. The exact technique of implanting and a professional carrying out of the prosthesis assures that your implant serves as long as you live. In case of urgency, and after a previous notice in due time, it is feasible to fix the implant as soon as at the first sitting (after radiography, preliminary examination and medical advice).
Implants can't be set in earlier than 1-6 months after the extraction of the tooth. The most up-to-date tool for replacing teeth is implantation.Implantation techniques have gone through enormous development recently. The materials of implantations are special titanium alloys that the body accepts them as its own. These alloys can literally organically incorporate into the bone tissue i.e. they really are bio materials. Tooth implantation is a branch of dentistry, applying the most up-to-date 21st century technology. Due to the implantation technologies elaborated by decades of research, today none of the patients with adequate indication and mouth hygiene need to be afraid of rejection of the implantation.
ooth implantation can be carried out for individual (single) missing teeth, where actually only one tooth is missing. Let us not forget that loosing even one tooth changes the function and aesthetics of the masticatory apparatus as a unit. If there are intact teeth in the vicinity of the lost tooth, implantation is the best solution for the solving this problem.
Tooth implantation is often necessary when bridge replacements are prepared. The fixed replacement prepared this way will also become considerably durable. It may happen that one or two implantations become necessary to prevent the patient from a removable prosthesis. Tooth implantation may also be used for improving the stability of removable prostheses. Implantation operations may be carried out in two phases. First, the implanted titan implant have to perfectly get fixed in the bone. In the first phase, subsequent to careful preparations and planning, the implantation operation is carried out: the titan sheath is fitted into the bone. Thanks to the most up-to-date analgesic substances and technique, this operation is perfectly free of pain. A period of 3-6 months of healing will elapse after the operation. For this period the patient is given a provisional prosthesis.
In the second phase, subsequent to full healing, the prosthesis (crown, bridge or denture prosthesis) planned on the implantations are elaborated and fitted to their place. Today, implantations of several brands are available and therefore patients may choose from among implantations of various price categories. Planning of implantation prostheses demand great attention and usually a number of alternative opportunities have to be taken into account. For the very same dental status, usually more that one solutions can be recommended according to patients expectations and financial opportunities.
In the dental office, the present dental status is established in the course of a free-of-charge status survey; and after careful evaluation, a treatment plan is prepared with a quote, free of charge. (For teeth implantation, a panoramic X-ray image is necessary which is not included in the free-of-charge planning service). A surgical+prosthodontic way of replacing missing tooth/teeth. Provided there is sufficient bone in the area of the gap, an artificial root can be surgically implanted. Careful hygiene and regular control is needed in order to achieve long-term perfection. The method offers 95-97% success.
Tudta Ön hogy ...
... fogászati implantátum olyan művi foggyökér, amelyet a fogorvos azért ültet az állcsontba, hogy arra koronát, hidat, vagy műfogakat rögzítsen.
... implantátumot csak az kaphat, aki jó egészségnek örvend, jó a szájhigiéniája és megfelelő formájú az állcsontjának az a része, ahova az implantátumot el kell helyezni. Ennek a területnek teljesen egészségesnek és gyulladásmentesnek kell lenni.
... vannak olyan betegségek, amelyek kizárják, vagy megfontolás tárgyává teszik az implantációt, ilyen például a cukorbetegség, vérzékenységi zavarok, bizonyos gyógyszerek szedése vagy dohányzás.
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