If you have lost one or more teeth and plan to have replacements, it is reasonable to assume you want your new pearly teeth to look and feel the same as your existing teeth. Any moving, shifting, or falling out will not work. This is why you need Dental implants Central Coast. They can be bonded to your jawbone (or onto it) under the gums. These implants function exactly like the real thing. New dental implants can give you the smile you want, no matter if you are unhappy with your existing dentures or bridges.
What Are Dental Implants?
A set of surgically attached metal fixtures that attach to your jawbone below the gums. These implants can also be used to support artificial teeth. This is when the bone fuses with metal to create the anchor for the metal implants. This gives you a stable support when eating or speaking.
What Are The Different Types Of Dental Implants Available?
The Implant Dentistry recommends you use either subperiosteal (or endosteal) as your main type of implant. The type of implant that is best suited for you will depend on your jawbone’s size, shape, and health. Your dentist can make the best recommendations.
Endosteal Implants: What Are They?
Endosteal can be surgically inserted into your jawbone using a variety of titanium cylinders (screws), and/or a wide, smooth blade (wide, flat metal). These are the most popular implants.
A surgeon will typically allow the bone to fully integrate with the implant for around 4-6 weeks before attaching the abutment or cutting the blade. Although it may seem long, it is not. During this time, you can still eat and drink as normal.
How Can You Care For An Endosteal Implant?
Brush your implants with silica toothpaste and be sure to pay attention to the attachment. This will make it easier to feel happy with your new-created smile.
Subperiosteal Implants: What Are They?
Subperiosteal Implants are placed under your gums, above the jawbone. They are attached to the jawbone by osseointegration. They may be recommended to your dentist over the more common endosteal Implants. Endosteal may not be an option for you if your jaw is too small or you have lost bone.
Your dentist may recommend subperiosteal implant surgery. Your dentist will first need to trim your gumline near the site where you lost a tooth. Next, a mold of your jawbone will be made. With the aid of sutures, the implant will be placed on the bone.
This is because of technological advances in implant design, bone grafting, imaging, as well as technology. This procedure isn’t always the best.
Your jawbone cannot support endosteal dental implant placements.
It is not a good idea to perform bone grafting.
Your new teeth will be ready faster than any other treatment.
You want a quicker process of healing.
How Do You Care For Subperiosteal Implants
Follow your dentist’s instructions and keep your teeth clean. Your dentist may suggest that soft foods are restricted for a brief time. Implants can also be affected by smoking. Your dentist will then remove the sutures and examine your gums for signs of infection.
No one solution is the best for replacing your teeth. A dentist and/or oral surgeon can help you choose the right dental implant for you. It is easier to be able to explain the differences and have constructive discussions with your dentist. To make informed decisions, ask your dentist all the questions. We hope that the dental implant you choose to have will make your smile beautiful.