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Why smart patients choose dental implants

untitled4   Dental implants are a replacement for a patients natural teeth, which can be lost due to tooth decay, disease in a patients gums, or injury. An implant is created from ultra strong
 titanium post, which acts as a replicate for the tooth root, this is securely fitted to the jaw bone. A crown or  bridge is then attached to the titanium root , which acts as a substitute tooth for the patient. Your cosmetic dentist should explain the process to you fully and discuss the treatment process and plan.

 

Any patient who has lost a part of a whole of a tooth, has broken, weak or loose teeth would significantly benefit from dental implant treatment. If a person has suffered from oral trauma, would benefit from dental implant treatment to improve their bite. If you are concerned about losing a loose tooth, or you have damaged and missing teeth, cosmetic dentist will be able to identify the best treatment for you.

 Broken , cracked or missing teeth can acutely  affect oral health and overall self confidence, this is because broken teeth are more susceptible to become irritated with inflammation and cause painful tooth decay. Missing teeth affects a persons bite badly, and can cause detrimental grinding down of a their teeth.

 Dental implants are not always appropriate for all patients , as the titanium post will need to be secured upon a patients jaw bone. Bone tissue quality and gum
condition may prevent an implant from being safely secured and fitted for a patient. A cosmetic implant dentist will examine your mouth  before your treatment ,  to see whether  your are a appropriate candidate for dental implant treatment.

 There are major benefits of having dental implants, they give a strong full set of natural looking , white and bright teeth.  They are more secure than dentures for a patient, so a patient will have better oral wellbeing. Dental implants can give a patient more confidence to smile,  knowing it is more attractive.

Many people are nervous of undergoing dental treatment, as they perceive it will be very painful. An experienced  cosmetic dentist should be able to reassure you, they will give patients local anaesthetic , so that a patient will not feel any pain during or after the implant procedure. As the anaesthetic wears off, a patient may feel some tenderness, and as the implants are healing there may be some swelling which can be combated with painkillers.

The implant dentist will be able to discuss how to reduce and treat pain or discomfort. An experienced cosmetic dentist should fully discuss the treatment plan and the process with a patient, so they will be fully  aware of the operation timescales.

Cosmetic dental implant treatment can be very expensive as the cost is per implant for patients, increasingly many patients choose to travel abroad for treatment.
 Goma dental and implant clinic has a high treatment success rate , run by experienced cosmetic dentists, they specialise in dental implant treatment.
Patients can have a consultation in our dental clinic in the Uk , with an practised cosmetic dentist, who will discuss their treatment options in detail. The patient will have the same point of contact in India , as well as the UK and throughout their treatment. 
 

 

Life-Changing Reasons for Getting Dental Implants

DSC00772As a substitute for a missing or lost tooth it is hard to beat a dental implant for realism and authenticity. Dental implants are the only dental replacement that restores the whole tooth from crown to root and as a result is the sturdiest restoration available.

There are many reasons for losing a tooth ranging from accidental damage to gum disease but whatever the cause it can be a very painful and upsetting experience at any age. If a tooth has been knocked out or extracted due to decay it can be the cause of further dental complications causing pain and anxiety so it is always recommended by dentists to replace teeth as soon as possible. If a gap is left in the dental arc then it can cause the other teeth to move or rotate. This can lead to complications with bite and also increases the likelihood of further dental infection.

In view of this, here are some life-changing reasons for getting dental implants if you are losing your natural teeth:

* Dental implants preserve your jawbone’s integrity
Human bones require stimulation to maintain their size and density; if you don’t use them, you lose them.You must understand that each tooth has a specific job, and the loss of even just one, can seriously impair your bite and chewing capacity.So, when a tooth is lost or removed, the underlying bone is no longer stimulated by the pressure from chewing, which is crucial for maintaining your mouth healthy and the bone strong.A dental implant provides this stimulation, and helps maintain the bone’s integrity, because it works like a real tooth.The sooner you get a dental implant after losing a tooth, the more likely the bone will remain intact.

* Dental implants help you look younger
When we are young, everything is in place, and that’s why we look so good.Our teeth and jawbone support our facial features, keeping them in place; thus, when we lose a tooth, our face begins to transform, because things are shifting under our skin.Dental implants assist in slowing down this degenerative process and can even restore the missing structures.When you are able to smile and laugh without reservations, and eat anything you like, your morale, wellbeing and self-image improve dramatically.

* Dental implants help you speak better
Many older people use removable partials and/or full dentures that are bulky, difficult to wear, frequently come loose, and very often cause embarrassment as well as some difficulty when speaking.
To the contrary, dental implants are like real teeth, freeing one of all these inconveniences.

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* Dental implants help maintain the tone and size of facial muscles
As soon as you stop exercising a muscle, it gets smaller, and there are numerous muscles underneath the skin of your face.

* Dental implants last much longer
Around 90% of normal dental implants are 100% successful, typically lasting twenty years or more.
Due to ordinary wear and dental decay, traditional dental bridges last between five and ten years, and eventually must be replaced; however, dental implants are free of decay because they are made out of titanium.

* Dental implants help prevent teeth from shifting places and distorting your bite
In the dental arch, there is a place and function for every tooth, and when one is removed, the others start moving because of the lack of pressure from the missing tooth.This can cause bite problems as well as the loosening of teeth, which then can lead to abnormal stresses and periodontal disease.
Finally, the result is more tooth loss.Dental implants can act as bookends, securing spaces where teeth are missing.

* Dental implants improve your smile
A smile is worth a thousand words… but when your teeth are not healthy, it can really affect your self-image.Dental implants can replace any missing tooth, helping preserve the bone that is needed to support full and beautiful lips. In fact, one of the most important uses of implants is to prevent bone loss in the front of your mouth.

* Dental implants help a person understand what is happening in their mouth
Teeth help you feel things in your mouth; you are aware when you bite on a tooth, but when it is removed, it is like cutting a limb off. You are unable to properly feel what you are chewing.While dental implants are not teeth, they do function as such, by putting pressure on the jawbone in a way similar to natural teeth; thus, offering the natural sensations expected when chewing.

* Dental implants work better than dentures
Dental implants last longer than typical removable dentures, are much more comfortable, and provide a dramatically better quality of life for the person receiving them.

While the investment may be slightly higher than that of traditional dental care, dental implants are well worth it in the long run.If you want more information and are interested in top quality dental implants at extremely affordable prices, contact us at 07974106163

 

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Lifelong Replacement With Dental implants

As a substitute for a missing or lost tooth it is hard to beat a dental implant for realism and authenticity. Dental implants are the only dental replacement that restores the whole tooth from crown to root and as a result is the sturdiest restoration available.

There are many reasons for losing a tooth ranging from accidental damage to gum disease but whatever the cause it can be a very painful and upsetting experience at any age. If a tooth has been knocked out or extracted due to decay it can be the cause of further dental complications causing pain and anxiety so it is always recommended by dentists to replace teeth as soon as possible. If a gap is left in the dental arc then it can cause the other teeth to move or rotate. This can lead to complications with bite and also increases the likelihood of further dental infection.

The implant procedure usually takes place in three steps. Firstly, a screw is secured to the patient’s jawbone, with the top protruding just above the surface of the gum. This is then left to heal so that the bone and gum tissue can fuse to the implant in a process called osseointergration. In the second procedure a abutment is attached to the screw which will eventually allow the crown to be attached.Patients who have jawbones and gums which are strong, will particularly benefit from a dental implant. A good standard of oral hygiene is needed to maintain the implant but the permanency it provides really sets it apart from other dental substitutes.

Unlike other restorations, a dental implant will last a whole lifetime if properly cared for. Although the initial cost may be slightly more than other treatments, you need to bear in mind that once you have had implant surgery you are unlikely to need to spend any further money on future replacements.

If you are suffering from a missing tooth, see a dentist and ask about having a dental implant fitted to bring the smile back to your face. Call 177-6450704 for an appointment with Dr Goma.

Most Realistic Substitute For A Real Tooth

There are several options available to replace missing teeth. Some patients opt to have a partial denture, others choose to have a fixed dental bridge. Both dental bridges  and dentures have their advantages, most notably that they are both relatively affordable. However, they both also suffer from a degree of impermanency and are at times prone to breaking. Some patients are looking for a dental substitute with a greater degree of solidity. This is one of the reasons why dental implants are becoming the option of choice for patients to replace missing teeth.

A missing tooth can be the source of embarrassment. It can make people reluctant to smile for fear of exposing what is a very visible flaw. Missing teeth can also be damaging for your dental health. The hollows left by missing teeth can be breeding grounds for decay-causing bacteria. Gaps in the teeth can also encourage existing teeth to lean, causing painful interruptions in the bite, which could even cause the painful jaw disorder TMJ. Missing teeth can also be the cause of facial tissue sinking and loss of profile. For these reasons it is important to replace the missing tooth as soon as possible and a dental implant is the most secure method of doing just that.

A dental implant takes the form of a tapered cylindrical screw that is anchored into the jawbone. This acts as a solid base for a post and artificial tooth, or crown, to be attached. They work particularly well for patients who have strong and healthy jawbones and teeth. Because they are so solid dental implants do not prohibit the eating of certain foods that other dental substitutes can. Neither do dental implants require any kind of messy dental bonding or adhesives.

A dental implant will take two or three sessions to fix. There will need to be a two or three-week wait after the screw has been implanted to allow the screw and the bone to fuse in a process called osseointergration. On subsequent visits the dentist will attach the post and crown.

A dental implant is the most realistic substitute for a real tooth. Many patients opt for implants, despite the extra cost, because of the feeling of security and permanency they provide. If you have a missing tooth, or are considering changing an existing artificial dental appliance, visit a dentist and ask about dental implants.

Shimla Dentist Explains Dental Implants

Posted in Dental Implants by UK Dental Tourism on February 13, 2010
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Despite advances in dental care and a greater awareness of dental problems such as tooth decay and gum disease, millions of people lose teeth each year due to decay or head trauma. In the past, patients wishing to replace a missing tooth had a choice between a partial denture or a dental bridge. These were, at best, only satisfactory substitutes for real teeth and always involved a significant adjustment of lifestyle for the patient. Certain foods became off limits because of the dangers of breaking parts of the prosthetic and patients were frequently worried about the embarrassment of dentures falling out at inopportune moments. All of that changed with the introduction of the dental implant.

Q. What exactly is a dental implant?

A. It is an artificial tooth designed to replace one tooth that has become damaged. A dental implant is a relatively new solution to missing teeth that involves drilling a small screw into the jawbone itself to act as an anchor for an artificial tooth. Because the implant is attached to the jawbone, it creates a similar feeling of stability to a real tooth, which is secured by a root..

Q. What advantages does an implant have against a natural one?

A. Some of the exceptional benefits Dental Implants provide include;

* Improved confidence and self-esteem
* Increased stability within the mouth
* Improved comfort and speech
* Increased preservation of bone
* Decreased gum tissue shrinkage
* Dietary and nutritional benefits
* Convenience – not always having to worry about Dentures
* An aesthetically enhanced smile

Q. Is it as expensive as plastic surgery?

A. When it comes to our teeth price shouldn’t be a problem, fortunately dental implants aren’t too expensive like plastic surgery, which often needs to re-done every few years.In the initial many patients feel that dental implant treatment is expensive compared to other dental procedures. However, Dental Implants represent a more permanent and natural solution than other dentistry treatments, for instance complete Dentures or Partials.

Q. Is it painful, during the procedure and afterwards?

A. Not especially so, pain management methods these days are quite incredible. All most patients suffer is a little discomfort for a few days while the mouth heals, and they adjust to the new tooth.Statistics show that while you may be conscious for the dental procedure, there is virtually no pain, discomfort, and more importantly there is no fear while you undertake Sedation Dentistry.

Q. What is the procedure exactly?

A. Dental implants are usually completed in two phases:
Phase 1 Surgical
During the first stage of treatment, the actual implant is placed. This process is generally performed in our office with light sedation to help make the patient more comfortable. Using precise, gentle surgical techniques, the Implant is placed into the jawbone for 3 to 6 months while osseointegration (bonding to bone) takes place. This helps ensure a strong, solid foundation for replacement teeth.

Phase 2 Restorative
In the second stage of treatment, we must create and attach the new tooth or teeth to the anchored Implant(s) in your jaw. Dental Implants can replace a single tooth, several teeth or complete denture.

Dental Implants – Excellent Tooth Replacement Option

One of the most exciting advancements in cosmetic dentistry in the past decade has been the introduction of dental implants. Dental implants are an excellent aesthetic option for the replacement of missing or lost teeth. This mode of treatment is indeed more expensive than a conventional denture, but if sufficient bone is present into which the implant can be placed, then dental implants are often the most ideal way to fill a space left by the loss of a tooth/teeth.

In the past, when you lost a tooth you would only be able to have a denture or bridge fitted. Luckily, with the developments in modern dentistry and with the use of dental implants, you can now have stronger, fully restored teeth that look and feel completely natural.Our dental implants are titanium, screw shaped attachments which are used as an artificial substitute for the root of your natural tooth. The titanium implant is inserted into the jaw and left to integrate with your bone.This titanium dental implant can be placed immediately after removing a tooth that has been electively extracted. This method often means less swelling and can minimize post operative sensitivity. In the event that a space/gap is being filled years after a tooth has been lost then this titanium rod acts as a substitute tooth root.

There are two stages to dental implants. At first the dental implant post is placed into the jaw by a specialist implant dentist (Periodontist or Oral Surgeon). When the jaw has healed over and the sutures have been removed, then it is possible to attach the man made dental crowns to the implant. These replacement teeth are attached to the dental implant, and are positioned just above the gum like real teeth which gives a beautiful aesthetic natural appearance. Not all patients are suitable for implants. A consultation with a DermaDental dentist along with specialist x-rays will determine a patient’s suitability for dental implants.

A dental implant affords the new man made tooth the much needed strength to remain in-situ within the mouth, for a very long time. Dental implants allow patients to live a completely normal life with absolutely no need to worry about dentures falling out of the mouth during eating or talking. Dental implants can also be successfully placed in order to support fixed bridges or dentures, ensuring a very stable result with minimal risk of movement during normal daily function.

Dental implants are as close to real teeth as are available. Because the root of the implant is secured to the jawbone like a real tooth, it acts and feels like a real tooth. If you have a missing tooth or are looking to replace an earlier dental substitute, make an appointment to see a dentist.For more information call Goma Dental at 177-645-0704.

Dental Implants – New Solution For Missing Teeth

Despite advances in dental care and a greater awareness of dental problems such as tooth decay and gum disease, millions of people lose teeth each year due to decay or head trauma. In the past, patients wishing to replace a missing tooth had a choice between a partial denture or a dental bridge. These were, at best, only satisfactory substitutes for real teeth and always involved a significant adjustment of lifestyle for the patient. Certain foods became off limits because of the dangers of breaking parts of the prosthetic and patients were frequently worried about the embarrassment of dentures falling out at inopportune moments. All of that changed with the introduction of the dental implant.

A dental implant is a relatively new solution to missing teeth that involves drilling a small screw into the jawbone itself to act as an anchor for an artificial tooth. Because the implant is attached to the jawbone, it creates a similar feeling of stability to a real tooth, which is secured by a root.This procedure according to the experts is ideal for one or more individual teeth that have been knocked out, putting an implant in also improves the chances of not getting jaw bone decay due to a missing tooth. A damaged tooth such as a discoloured, chipped or misshaped one is a good candidate for being replaced by an implant.

The implant is usually made from titanium or other lightweight but strong metal. Once placed into the jaw at the initial appointment it is left for several weeks or months to fuse with the bone and tissue in a process called osseointegration.  When the implant has fully fused, the dentist will replace the temporary crown with a permanent one and it will look and feel exactly like a real tooth. Solid, comfortable and able to endure any food that you care to eat, a dental implant really is the closet thing to a real tooth and can put an end to any anxieties experienced with other dental substitutes. Dental implants are as close to real teeth as are available. Because the root of the implant is secured to the jawbone like a real tooth, it acts and feels like a real tooth. If you have a missing tooth or are looking to replace an earlier dental substitute, make an appointment to see a dentist.For more information call Goma Dental At 177-645-0704.

Affordable Dental Implants In Shimla

Dental implants in India have become a very popular choice for many patients who would like to replace missing teeth with the most natural option possible. It’s easy to understand why dental implants have become very popular these days. Implant dentistry is highly predictable, offers greater flexibility with regards to treatment possibilities, and can give patients fully functional teeth in as short as an hour with minimum discomfort and pain using a local anesthetic with or without sedation. Dentures do not answer your problems of chewing and facial distortion over the years. On the other hand, dental implants offer a permanent solution for your missing teeth actually mimicking your natural teeth. Surgical operations included in putting dental implants also include restoration of a bone-like structure where the implant can be placed. It is because of this that dental implants can help prevent additional tooth loss and a sunken facial appearance. The most significant part of dental implants is that it can be operated on people of any age. Moreover, if you are consulting, any of the experienced implant dentist in India, it might not take more than an hour for your whole procedure.

Dental implant history:
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root replacement and is used in prosthetic dentistry to support restorations that resemble a tooth or group of teeth. In simple terms it is a tooth, usually artificial, that is anchored in the gums or jawbone to replace a missing tooth. After remarkable advances in dentistry in recent years, dental implants have become the treatment of choice for people missing one, a few, or all of their teeth, and for those with failing teeth or severe periodontal disease. Dental implants look and perform more like natural teeth. They are rooted in the bone, there is no artificial plastic on the roof of the mouth, and the need for adhesives and denture creams is eliminated. More important, the use of dental implants does not impact healthy, adjacent teeth.The major classifications are divided into osseointegrated implant and the fibrointegrated implant.

In 1952, Prof. Per-Ingvar Brånemark of Sweden conducted an experiment where he utilized a titanium implant to better understand blood flow in bone. At the conclusion of the experiment, he discovered that the bone had integrated completely with the implant. Brånemark called the discovery “osseointegration,” and saw the possibilities for human use.The procedure was first implemented in dental implants and now is used for cranial and maxillofacial reconstruction as well.After years of careful research and study, dental implants were refined with high success rates. There are patients now who have had implant-supported teeth for more than 40 years!
Some current research in dental implantology is focusing on the use of ceramic materials such as zirconia (ZrO2) in the manufacture of dental implants. Although generally the same shape as titanium implants zirconia, which has been used successfully for orthopaedic surgery for a number of years, has the advantage of being more cosmetically aesthetic owing to its bright tooth-like colour.

Composition of Implants:
A typical implant consists of a titanium screw (resembling a tooth root) with a roughened or smooth surface. The majority of dental implants are made out of commercially pure titanium. Grade 5 titanium, Titanium 6AL-4V is believed to offer similar osseointegration levels as commercially pure titanium. Implant surfaces may be modified either by plasma spraying, anodizing, etching or sandblasting to increase the surface area and the integration potential of the implant.

Dental implants in Shimla can be the best path to a more beautiful smile. You may have some questions when reading this article. For more information, or to speak with a friendly professional, please visit www.himachaldental.com

Dental Implant Failures

Most dental implants are successful without any problems arising along the way so you don’t have to worry too much about dental implant failure. This isn’t to say that there isn’t any risk to be concerned about. Your dentist or periodontist should discuss the dental implant failure risk for your own individual needs so you can make an informed decision about getting them or not.

If dental implant failure is going to happen it will likely occur within the first few days after the procedure has been completed. This is often due to either the bone being over heated or the bone quality is very poor. It can also indicate the implant area is contaminated with bacteria or signs of an infection. These issues can be taken care of if a qualified dental professional takes the time to carefully evaluate the entire area before the dental implant is started. They also need to use sterile instruments and instruct the patient on how to care for it until the next follow up appointment.

Dental implant failure can happen if the person doesn’t take care of it properly during the healing process. One of the most common reasons for this is poor dental care by the individual. It is very important that the instructions of the dentist are followed carefully. If you have questions make sure you ask before you leave the dental office. If you experience severe pain or swelling contact them immediately. That is a strong indicator that you may have an infection.

Dental implant failure seldom happens because of the body rejecting the implant. The material used is titanium and it doesn’t react at all with live tissue in the mouth. If the dental implant failure does result it is likely due to bacteria already being in the area but the dental professionals did not notice it. If you have red, inflamed gums you likely have bacteria in them and it could cause the dental implant failure so get it looked at immediately.

Only dental professionals who are skilled in dental implants should perform them. It is important that they are placed correctly so the person has no changes in how they bite. While the dental implant is healing it is a good idea to eat soft foods and to try to chew in other areas. If you have a problem with grinding your teeth you may want to wear a device either made by your dentist or purchased over the counter.

One dental implant failure culprit you may not even be aware of is smoking. Your dentist will likely ask you if you smoke before any plans are finalized for dental implants. Since there is a very low rate of dental implant failure reported you can rest easy about the procedures. If it does happen your dentist or another dental professional can likely fix the problem for you.

This procedure has one of the highest success rates in dentistry, but all are not eligible to get a dental implant done. Consult your dentist who will take your history and examine your teeth and gums to consider you for this restorative procedure.For more information call Goma Dental at 177-645-0704.

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