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Modern techniques have made it possible for almost everyone who has missing teeth to qualify for dental implant treatment. Indeed some would regard the potential of dental implants as having a third set of teeth, helping patients eliminate less favourable removable denture and bridge alternative treatments.
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The simplest analogy for a dental implant is that of a wall plug, screw and framed picture. A dental implant is typically a small root shaped wall plug. At Evesham Dental Health Team we use Nobel Biocare dental implants which are manufactured from titanium, which is both biocompatible and strong. It is gently fixed within the jaw bone to take the place of a missing tooth root. Once the bone has healed firmly to the titanium implant surface, a process known as osseointegration, an abutment (screw) is attached tightly into the implant and it is this that then provides the base or support for the new crown.
With dental implants, the benefits are many
Improved appearance – Loss of teeth results in shrinkage (resorption) of the jaw bone and this can make your face look older. When a root is missing, bone continues to shrink creating an undesirable visible defect under a denture or bridge false tooth. By placing an implant within the jaw this shrinkage process is stopped, preserving the shape and structure of the remaining bone.
Eat what you want – Implant-supported teeth act like natural teeth since they are anchored securely within your jaw. This allows you to eat your favourite foods with comfort and confidence. You can enjoy what everyone else is eating and not think twice about it.
Maintain healthy adjacent teeth – Traditional bridgework requires one or two adjacent good teeth to be ground down or adapted in order to suspend the replacement tooth. With dental implants the need to modify the neighbouring healthy teeth is eliminated, resulting in a more conservative and aesthetic replacement.
Improve self-esteem – For many people the thought of having a gap or else a denture is not acceptable to their self esteem or lifestyle. By realising and experiencing the benefits of dental implants life can continue with renewed confidence. A dental implant provides the closest alternative to having back your natural tooth.
Frequently asked questions
Is the treatment painful?
Patients are often surprised at how little discomfort they experience during and after implant procedures.
Will I be able to eat what I like afterwards?
Once completed, patients should be able to eat a normal, healthy diet with little or no difficulty.
How long will it all take?
Usually implant treatment requires a number of appointments over a period of several months. In some circumstances, implant work can be undertaken in a much shorter period.
How long will implants last?
The very first implants placed by Branemark in 1965 remain successful today. Statistically implants are one of the most successful dental treatments lasting for many years however it is always wisest to think that nothing will last forever. If implants fail to integrate say for example due to poor bone quality or healing potential this will be apparent early on and an alternative strategy can be planned. If wear and tear damages an implant it is usually possible to remedy by replacing the relevant component and we’ll reassess how the damage occurred to help prevent recurrence.
Am I too old for implant treatment?
There is no upper limit for patients to undergo implant treatment, provided they enjoy reasonable good health.