Dental implants are replacement tooth roots made of titanium.  Dental Implants Treatment provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable replacement teeth that are made to match your natural teeth. Instead of individual crowns, some patients may have attachments on their implant that support a removable denture.

Importance of dental implants

Prevents Remaining Teeth from Shifting

When you lose a tooth, a space is created, which leads to bone loss. Because of normal stress and oral pressures, the teeth that remain next to the gap start to shift. As a result, your straight, healthy teeth begin to tilt becoming unstable.

This problem can lead to further bone loss as well as losing more teeth. However, by filling in gaps with dental implants, these issues can be prevented by dental implants specialist.

Enables You to Chew Food Better

One of the primary reasons dental implants are so essential is that they allow you to chew food properly. Consider how chewing food in the right way helps you to digest food better. The better food is digested, the better nutrients are absorbed into your body.

When you have dental implants, you can chew food the same way you would as if you had your natural teeth. Once you have done best dental implants treatment, you can eat whatever you enjoy as implants are as close as it gets to having natural teeth. 

Improves Self-confidence 

Besides offering health benefits, dental implants are also important because they can give you more self-confidence. When you have missing teeth, it’s easy to feel bad about your appearance and not smile. But once you’ve had a dental implant treatment, you can start feeling good about how you look. 

Furthermore, dental implants can help to improve speech. Unlike dentures that can slip inside your mouth and cause you to slur your words or mumble, dental implants are secure, so there’s no worry of your teeth slipping. 

Considerations and Warnings

  • Comfort is another benefit of dental implants.
  • Dental implants are extremely effective with a success rate as high as 98 percent. 
  • Consider how the success rate varies, depending on the location on the jaw in which implants are placed.
  • If you give your implants the proper care, they can last for a lifetime. Implant care is much like caring for natural teeth as it includes brushing, flossing, getting routine dental cleanings and scheduled checkups. Your dentist can suggest additional home care cleaning tips for keeping your teeth healthy.
  • To be a candidate for an implant treatment, you must have an adequate amount of bone for supporting the implant and have healthy gums
  • Smokers should stop smoking one week before a dental implant procedure and  more, over they should not smoke for up to two months once an implant has been placed.

Advantages  of dental implants 

             Improved appearance.

  • Improved  appearance & speech. With poor-fitting dentures, the teeth can slip within your mouth, causing you to mumble or slur your words. Dental implants allow you to speak without the worry that teeth might slip.
  • Improved comfort.
  • Easier eating. Dental implants allow you to eat your favorite foods.
  • Improved self-esteem.
  • Improved oral health.
  • Durability.
  • Convenience. Dental implants eliminate the embarrassing inconvenience of removing dentures.

Disadvantages of dental implants

  • It is a surgical procedure which requires a healing phase.
  • Maybe more expensive than other forms of treatment.


Placing  the implant 

Healing phase

Abutment placement

Placement of permanent crown

Post operative  instructions 

 Avoid touching, spitting or rinsing the wound on the day of surgery. Don’t touch the metal

healing abutment jutting through the gum tissue.

 After implant surgery, it’s normal to have some bleeding or redness in the mouth for 24 hours.

To control excessive bleeding, bite on a gauze pad (placed on the bleeding wound) for 30

minutes. If bleeding does not stop, seek further instructions from your dentist.

 Swelling is natural after surgery. To minimize it, apply an ice pack on the cheek in the surgical

area (you can also use a plastic bag or an ice-filled towel). Apply the ice as much as you

could for the first 36 hours.

 Drink lots of fluids but avoid consuming hot beverages. 

Stick to soft diet on the day of surgery. You can get back to the normal diet once the surgical area is healed. Don’t drink anything using a straw.

 Start taking pain medication as soon as you feel the effects of the local anesthetic are going down. However, take the medicines prescribed by the dentist.

 Healing is not possible without good oral hygiene. Use the prescribed oral rinse while the day

after surgery, use the prescribed oral rinse twice – after breakfast and before bed. Rinse for

at least 30 seconds and then spit it out. Use warm salt rinses at least 4-5 times a day as well.

Be gentle initially while brushing the surgical area to not affect the healing.

 Do not use, or consume, tobacco products in any form or any type after implants. It not only

hinders healing but may also increase the chances of implant failure.

 Don’t engage in exercise immediately after the surgery or keep it minimal at best. You should

know that exercise may cause bleeding or throbbing, and it really happens, stop the activity

right away. This may weaken you since you’re not taking normal nourishment.

 Healing abutments will be placed at the time of implant placement. So, do rinse them

frequently and keep them clean. Wait for the stitches to dissolve and then clean the

abutments through gentle massage.

 Don’t use partial or full dentures or flippers immediately after surgery or for 10 days.

Good oral hygiene is important not just for your teeth and gums but also for overall wellbeing.

Follow these tips to improve your oral health:

 Brush twice a day to maintain good oral hygiene

 Choose your toothbrush carefully and go for one with a small head and soft bristles

Change your toothbrush after every 45 days

 Floss at least once a day to keep plaque, bacteria, and foods struck between the teeth out as

it helps keep implants in good condition

 Take proper oral care at home to make your dental implants last a lifetime

 Use mouth rinses once a day after meals to stay on top of your oral health

 Don’t eat sticky foods as implants can attract more bacteria that your natural teeth for being

artificial in nature

 Eating and drinking right can help your implants stay out of the harm’s way and such good

oral care can make then last forever

Visit the dental clinic regularly and try to achieve good oral hygiene to make your implants last

for life.

Frequently asked questions 

Q.1. How Long Do Dental Implants Lasts?

Dental Implants lasts over 25 years and are permanent solution to missing tooth.

Q.2. Can One Get Full Mouth Dental Implants?

Dental Implants are the most viable option present today. If all your teeth are missing then we

can place Dental Implant supported full mouth Denture.

Q.3. Are Dental Implants Painful?

One can experience some pain while getting Dental Implants placed. But that also depends on

the dental professional placing the Dental Implants. Local anaesthesia is given to numb the area

during the procedure as a result you might feel no pain in the entire process.

Q.4. What Is The Cost Of Dental Implants?

At Seenu Naik Dental Hospitals we ensure that the implant treatments are done by certified

implant specialist who follow the American standard of sterilisation. It is important to be sure

that one gets what one is paying . Seenu Naik Dental Hospitals purchases directly from

original manufacturers.

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