Dental Implants

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A dental implant is a substitute for a replacement for natural tooth lost due to dental caries, root fracture, loosening of teeth, and other reasons and in many cases, they are the best available substitute to your natural tooth. Dental implants can replace a single tooth or several teeth, provide retention to your denture, or can completely replace your denture.

Dental implants are made of a special biocompatible material, titanium similar to use in hip implants and other orthopedic devices.

# Implant Bridge Denture
Method Bio compatible titanium screw inserted in jaw bone. Adjacent teeth are cut and shaped, for supporting bridge. Measurement of surrounding hard and soft tissue is taken.
Damage to teeth, gums and bone. No damage Damage to adjacent teeth as they are trimmed & bone loss in long time. Bone loss in long time
Strength of chewing Jawbone kept healthy. Strength similar to natural tooth. Absence of root of teeth causes bone loss of adjacent teeth & decline in strength. Difficult to eat tough and hard food.
Treatment period 3-6 months. Short time period Short time period
Life span Semi permanent* Must be replaced every 5-10 years. Repaired and replaced every 3-4 years.
Cost Economical despite high initial cost & considering life span. Low initial cost. Lowest but additional cost are incurred for replacement; uncomfortable to use as well.





10 reasons to love implants!

1. An implant has the same strong chewing force as that of a natural tooth.
The strength of chewing with dentures accounts for only 1/20 of natural teeth. In contrast, the implant has the strength of chewing as a natural tooth. Therefore, you can chew hard food well.

2. Economical and semi-permanent option.
Implants have been in existence for more than 30 years and over the last 10 years,the success rate is over 95% with proper personal and professional care. This has also lowered the cost of implants due to increased demand.

3. Feels and acts as a natural tooth.
Dental implants have excellent esthetics function and look and feel like a natural tooth.

4. Protects your neighboring teeth.
With a bridge, your healthy adjacent teeth require trimming and shaping, thus affecting, and weakening your healthy teeth,and it does not prevent gum disease and jawbone loss. A dental implant is placed only in the gap where the tooth is lost, and adjacent teeth are left untouched.

5. Relief from discomfort from wearing dentures.
You can be relieved from the gum pain, discomfort, and bad breath that are related to wearing dentures. Also, with implant-supported dentures, there is no longer a need to use “glue” when a denture is anchored to the implant.

6. As comfortable as a natural tooth.
You can eat & chew without pain or irritation with a dental implant just as your natural tooth.

7. No chance of cavity.
There is no chance of a dental implant developing cavities because it is an artificial tooth.

8. Maintenance of healthy jawbone and facial structures.
If you wear a denture or a bridge for a long time, your jawbone can deteriorate making future implant placement difficult. In contrast, a dental implant makes the bone strong and prevents the bone from being resorbed by the body thus leading to improvement in external facial structures.

9. Chewing remains an enjoyable experience.
You can eat whatever you like, and it feels and tastes just like your natural teeth. Foods that were forbidden with dentures and bridges can be back in your diet.

10. Increased stability in full dentures.
In the case of a full denture, it can be fixed with implant-supported.