The lack of teeth brings a lot of problems to humans, physical and aesthetic. Modern dentistry offers the perfect way out of such a situation - dentures, implants.
Dental implants are implanted on the site of lost teeth, without causing the slightest discomfort. They completely restore the ability to eat any foods. In addition, implants do not completely differ from their own human teeth. Therefore, if the doctor offers tooth prosthesis, implantation will be the best choice.
What is the implant implant installation
Implants by their very nature - artificial roots. They are implanted instead of lost teeth. Implants restore the full function of chewing, phonetic and cosmetic function. In other words, implants provide the opportunity to restore lost teeth. The word "implantation" means "additions".
In our time, there are techniques that allow for implantation within one hour.
Before embarking on such a type of teeth prosthetics as implantation, a computerized tomography of the patient's jaw is performed. Then, using a special computer program, they reproduce a three-dimensional skull model. An experienced doctor, with the help of a modern computer, plans to install an implant. Then orders are sent to the factory. At a specialized plant, once more, using a more powerful computer, a check of the simulated situation in the patient's jaw is carried out. Then, an ultrasound pattern is made which allows for implantation with an accuracy of 0.1 mm. This template is then delivered to the doctor. On the basis of this template the technician makes a crown on the implant. After that, the patient is using tooth prosthetics and immediately crochets are worn on them. Prosthetics involves twisting the implants of the teeth through small openings. This method completely excludes pain, cuts, bruises and edema.
Prosthetics of teeth: implantation, indications and contraindications
Like other methods of prosthetic dentition, implantation has its own indications and contraindications.
- Single defects of the tooth row;
- Absence of a tooth, last in a row;
- A gap between the teeth;
- The absence of several teeth next to it.
Implantation of teeth is contraindicated in the following diseases:
- Arterial hypertension;
- Coronary heart disease;
- Diabetes mellitus;
- Deformation of bite;
- Severe forms of periodontal disease;
- Disruption of blood clotting;
- Oncological diseases;
- Some diseases of the central nervous system.
Prosthetics of teeth (implantation) is one of the most modern methods of restoring the function of teeth. It is less traumatic in the installation of the tooth, completely restores all functions of the tooth. But still, the feasibility of its use should be determined by an experienced specialist.