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You’ve probably heard about dental implant surgery, but what does it mean? How is it done? What type of patient is suitable for this procedure?

Keep reading to find out more!!

Having damaged teeth can always make you suffer specially if your roots won’t fit dentures OR bridgework. Thanks to Dental implant surgery, it is replaces the weak tooth roots with tooth posts made of metal.

Dental Implant Surgery Steps:

1- Pre- dental implementation

The dentist carries out comprehensive examinations (X-rays,panorama,…) to find the problem, condition of your jawbone, and the number of teeth you have to implants.

Then they decide on the best dental implant procedure.

In the end the color of the implant teeth will be matched to your teeth so it looks as natural as possible.

Which brings us to our next question… What are the types of dental implant procedures?

There are 2 types of procedures.
  • First type, Endosteal (in the bone)
    There is a lot of pressure when you use your teeth. so, if your jawbone is not strong enough, you may need to get extra bone added. This bone comes from another area of your jawbone that is far away from the implanted area (This type can take from 3 to 9 months.)
  • Second type, subperiosteal (in top of the jawbone)

2- During Implementation

At first, you will get a local anesthetic to take away any pain. However,  you will feel a little tug and pressure (while the tooth is extracted) which are not painful at all.

If there are any existing damaged teeth, the dentist extracts it. Once adequate, strong bone is present, the jawline is ready for the implant.

Finally, the surgeon makes a cut to open your gum and the dental implant is placed into the bone. A healing cap is placed over the implant.

3- After Implementation

Once the implant post is placed in your jawbone, osseointegration begins as the jawbone grows into and unites with the surface of the dental implant. This helps provide a strong base for your new teeth.

Finally, you can choose to have your implants removable (easily removed to repair or for daily cleaning) OR fixed (cant be removed for cleaning or during sleep)

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