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Dental Implantation

With the progress of Dentistry now the fallen tooth can be replaced by a crown and bridges method.


Man naturally gets teeth twice. One is milk and the other is permanent teeth. Although milk teeth will fall out in the fifth-sixth year and be replaced by permanent teeth, milk teeth need to be taken care of as well as permanent teeth that need to be taken care of. However, eating sweets constantly, not brushing your teeth properly, wrong habits etc. can cause tooth decay and fall out. In such cases, it is necessary to get proper treatment on the teeth. In the past, if a tooth fell out, it would have to be replaced. Dentistry progressed over time. As a result, the fallen tooth was replaced by the crown and bridges method instead of the cavities. As a result, the side teeth are more likely to weaken. These crowns and bridges were eventually replaced by dental implants. The only place where a tooth has fallen out is implanted with the help of modern treatment. Dental implants performed with modern procedures have made it possible for patients to get teeth for the third time. In the last 30-40 years, dentistry has made great strides, but the surgical part of it has dwindled.

What is an implant?

A small titanium metal screw is inserted into the bone groove to replace the missing tooth. The ceramic tooth is then fastened to this screw. A screw and a ceramic tooth inserted into the gums like the root of a tooth are called implants. Implanted teeth look like real teeth.

Benefits of Implants :

Implants do not deteriorate as much as a solid prosthesis that supports the tooth, nor do they decay. Since this treatment is minimally invasive (with minimally invasive surgery), it does not cause much pain, stiffness, bleeding, or swelling. These new computer-generated prostheses are easier to clean and maintain. The key is that implants last longer. Moreover, they are now financially affordable.

Who can have implants? And not on whom?

• It can be used on all healthy people over the age of 16 with good bone condition.

• It cannot be treated for people with bone disorders or uncontrolled diabetes, smoking or alcohol addiction, as well as mental illness.

• If there is any illness, the patient should give such an idea to his dentist.

Types of Implants :

Most modern implants are of the intra-bony type (with less bone at the base). It (the upper part of the implant) is divided into one or two pieces. There are two types of fixed implants, the fixed and the removable prosthesis. Removable - Insertable implants are tightened with an abutment screw. Prostheses are glued with cement or screwed as a support. Removal - A small ball catch, chip and bar or magnet is fitted in the wearable cavity. Loose cavities can be fixed with the help of 2 or 4 implants screws and the cost of these cavitiesIt goes between Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh. The cost of fixed crowns and bridges made of ceramic as well as a mixture of ceramic and metal depends on how complex their work is. Their cost (about 28 teeth) can go up to Rs 5-6 lakh. The cost of implants ranges from Rs 10,000 to Rs 40,000 each. The cost depends on the type, quality and accuracy of the implants. This cost figure can vary from dentist to patient. Implants come mainly from the US, Europe and Israel and Korea.

Process of Implants :

Implants are taken care of the tissues of this area in the process of setting down the heat in the jaw bone. Since it has a minimum hole in it, it does not have much hurt. After 2-3 months, Abuitment (Back) is fixed on the implants and are determined by the bytes and shed manner. These measurements are sent to the dentist laboratory. Here are the teeth like teens, crown or bridge are prepared. After this artificial tooth plantation, a completely new and charming is a smile. The use of this artificial teeth is to make the person to bite the food as well as health and form.

Maintenance and care :

• Implants teeth should be cleaned well with the help of prosthesis tooth brush or flosser so as not to cause gum problems.

• See a dentist every six months or every year to make sure your teeth are in good health and that you can chew food properly.

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