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DENTAL IMPLANTS IN COIMBATORE
Looking to get dental implants in Coimbatore, India? Well, you’ve come to the right place. First, let’s understand:
What Is Implant Dentistry?
Sometimes, patients suffer significant tooth decay, resulting from injury, gum disease, neglect or genetic factors. This means that in order to protect the adjacent teeth and structures, the lost tooth needs replacement.
When dental damage occurs, the underlying structures that hold the tooth in place – such as the root, are weakened and no longer able to hold the dental structure in place. That is where implants get involved.
While in the past, fixed bridges, partial dentures and full dentures would be used, today the most common form of tooth replacement is via dental implants.
Implantology or implant dentistry has made inroads in the last 20 years, and offers an aesthetic, reliable and incredibly effective way to replace lost teeth while protecting adjacent teeth and structures.
To find an award-winning oral implantologist in India, look no further than Dr. Arshad. An expert in dental implants and procedures, he ensures your implants are effective and aesthetic, but most importantly simple for you, the patient.
Dr. Arshad’s use of Swiss-based dental implant technology ensures your implant procedure is done quickly, easily and with the utmost efficacy.
But You Might Ask: What Kinds Of Implants Are There?
We Have Your Answer: The Two Primary Kinds Of Implants Are Strategic Implants and Conventional Implants
Also known as basal implants, strategic dental implants use the basal or cortical part of the jawbone to hold the dental implant in place.
These implants are made of a single piece of titanium alloy, which is bio-compatible and non-corrosive, and designed to fit perfectly in the cortical gap.
Who Should Go For Strategic/Basal Implants?
Patients who have severe atrophy in the jaw if there is significant loss of bone in the jaw, can go for strategic implants.
Patients suffering from periodontitis or periodontal disease – that is, severe gum infection. Since they are single unit implants replacing missing tooth or teeth with these basal implants can ensure you go from no smile to a full smile within 72 hours.
Those who are in lack of teeth, cardiac patients needing teeth immediately, smokers and diabetics are good candidates for basal implants.
Basal implants are also the ideal option for those with major structural bone loss in the jaw, or where immediate dental treatment is needed.
If you need a single tooth replacement, basal implants are ideal for you.
What Is The Success Rate Of Basal Implants?
Basal implants have a 98% success rate, higher than any regular dental implants and a much lower risk of any potential complications from dental treatment, making them a minimally invasive dental treatment with minimum risk.
As there are fewer stages of treatment, basal implants can be less expensive than conventional implants. This also means a complete dental treatment in fewer visits.
How Long Do Basal Implants Last?
Basal implants are designed for longevity, and are meant to last for life. They will mimic the look, shape and feel of the natural tooth.
Basal implants are installed after expertly administered local anaesthesia via cartridge syringes, making it a pain-free experience for our patients.
Post-Operative Care For Basal Implants:
Following your basal implant, follow regular oral hygiene procedures as suggested by your dentist. This will ensure a quicker healing process, with no pain or infection, and you can go back to regular programming as soon as possible!
Ensure regular dental check-ups at the clinic after your implant is installed for the best life of your basal implant.
Conventional implant is the first implant technique invented. These are two piece implants consisting of the root component and tooth component. Though this type of implant system is not followed in most modern clinics, this still owes to be one of the best implant system. At Shaad Aesthetics, conventional implant system is also practiced in a wide range successfully. It is cost effective, but involves more care of the teeth both during the removal of the tooth and post removal and implant care.
In this system , the implant is placed in the jaw bone and covered with a cover screw or a healing cap. A duration of minimum two to three months of waiting period is required for permanent crown fixation. This waiting period is required for the bone to adhere firmly to the implant surface thus giving a good stability. After confirming with the implant stability, the tooth component- abutment is attached and the impression is made and the crown is fixed in another three days time.
Single Tooth Replacement
The tooth is extracted and the implant is placed immediately and the cover screw or healing cap along with suture is placed. Depending on the stability of the implant, immediate loading can also be made possible, just to avoid the waiting period. Post healing period may be after 3-4 months duration, impression is made and the crown is fixed in 2-3 days
After achieving complete anaesthetic effect, the first step of the procedure is usually to use a scalpel to create and peel back gum flaps to expose the underlying jawbone. A hole will then be drilled into the jawbone to make room for the implant, and the implant will be inserted. A temporary healing cap will be screwed into the top of the implant.A few sutures will be placed to hold the gum tissue in place; the sutures will be removed in seven to ten days. Post healing period may be after 3-4 months duration, impression is made and the crown is fixed in 2-3 days.
Multiple Teeth Replacement
If you’re missing several teeth or require replacing multiple tooth, dental implants can replace them as well as some of their roots. In addition to looking and functioning like natural teeth, multiple tooth dental implants replace teeth without support from adjacent natural teeth.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
The concepts involved in full mouth implants treatment are as follows,
All On 4
About four implants are placed in each jaw – upper and lower, immediately after extraction. Depending on the stability of the implant, immediate loading is done and the crowns are fixed in a weeks time or a waiting period of 3 – 4 months is given and then the impression is made for the permanent crown and fixed in three days time.
All On 6
About 6 implants are placed in each jaw – upper and lower, immediately after extraction. Depending on the stability of implant, immediate loading is done and the crowns are fixed in a weeks time or a waiting period of 3 – 4 months is given and then impression is made for a permanent crown and fixed in three days time.
All On 8
About 8 implants are placed per jaw with or without extraction (neither decayed nor missing teeth). Impression is made after three months time provided with good implant stability for permanent crown which are fixed in another three days time.