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Tooth loss is one of the serious problems that we face, as tooth extraction and loss result in a failure of the oral function and inability to perform its tasks of cutting food; Dental implants came as a solution to all dental problems and a replacement for what was lost. The lack of teeth from the mouth results in serious problems that affect the body as a whole, including deficiencies in the digestive and excretory process, obesity, bad breath, stomach, intestinal and gallbladder diseases.

Therefore, through the following lines, we present to you everything related to the dental implant process, how it is performed, the best clinics and medical centers to perform it, and the potential cost.

Dental replacement

Let’s start from the beginning, the stage of tooth loss, which has very serious consequences. It is very important for the dentist to know the reasons that led to the extraction of the tooth, whether it was due to decay or disease in the gums and supportive tissues or a fracture of the tooth.

Oral function restoration begins with restoring damaged teeth and replacing lost ones. Dental replacement includes dental implantation and implantation, as both operations aim to replace teeth, but in a different manner.

There are many methods that are resorted to before the dental implant procedure as alternative, less expensive and safe solutions for the health of the patient.

Dental installation

Dental implantation is the broadest term that includes the installation of fixed or moving teeth in addition to implantation, and the fundamental difference between installing or implanting teeth (whether fixed or movable) lies in the method of fixing the new formulation, and nowadays dental implants have become an easy regular practice in dental clinics. Like filling or cleaning, it will soon become the only solution to replace lost teeth

Movable structures

Fixed or movable fixtures depend on the surrounding teeth to obtain stability, resistance to movement and loosening during the performance of their function, and the part implanted in the bone of the implanted tooth works to stabilize and support the tooth without compromising any of the teeth or surrounding tissues.

Mobile prostheses are now rarely used as a temporary solution, and can be used on older adults in full dentures and supported by implants underneath.

Fixed fixtures

It is used to replace one or more missing teeth, but the headpieces or fixed fixtures have other purposes, they are used as an alternative in cases where it is difficult to fill the tooth without exposing it to the risk of fracture or exposure of the nerve, and it can also be used to beautify the shape of the tooth, especially for the front teeth that may suffer from dyes and warps .

Fixed fixtures are used to replace one or more teeth by filing the adjacent teeth to load the missing teeth on them. Among the disadvantages of this method are cold and reduce the size of the adjacent teeth and remove the calcium-rich enamel layer responsible for protecting the tooth from decay and thermal influences. The missing is large, the composition is loaded over the neighboring years.

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Dental implants

Dental implants are considered the third and newest alternative to compensate for lost teeth, as this method is considered the most successful because it does not affect in any way the teeth and surrounding tissues. Dental implants replace missing tooth roots with titanium supports, and to ensure the success of dental implants, certain conditions must be met, including:

That the patient is free from some diseases that affect the condition of the bones such as advanced cases of diabetes and osteoporosis. The presence of an appropriate amount of jaw bones, as this type of bone is considered a functional type, which is often eroded when a tooth is lost, and to ensure success The implantation process must first replace the lost bone, and then complete the implant. Ensure the distance of the bone to be implanted from the nasal cavities and the jaw nerves, and that is the doctor’s task as it is evaluated by analyzes and x-rays. And of course, preserving and maintaining oral and dental health.

How to start a dental implant?

After the patient decides to use dental implants and chooses the appropriate doctor, the doctor begins a full examination of the patient’s mouth. The examination is done in a routine that does not differ much from the periodic and routine examinations, in addition to performing a CT scan of the jaws, panoramic rays, and sometimes blood and calcium analyzes. Examination of adjacent teeth and oral health in general is very important, as a clean oral environment must be provided to receive dental implants.

The doctor alerts to the appropriate instructions to maintain oral and dental hygiene, and instructs the patient to adopt healthy social habits such as quitting smoking or temporarily limiting them during the transplantation process.

How to implant teeth

The dental implant consists of:

The implant body: It is the part that is implanted in the jaw, and it consists of fully safe titanium metal that is quick to join with the jawbone, and is considered the replacement part of the missing tooth root, its diameter and length vary according to the location and size of the missing tooth and the number of implants adjacent to it. Clamp: It is placed over the implant body after the completion of the implant phase. Healing and healing cap: It is a temporary cover over the implant body and the closed screw, and remains until the new tooth is installed. The prosthetic part: It is the new tooth that is installed and attached to the implant body.

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How to work dental implants

The process of dental implantation is done in a routine way in dental clinics, and it is done in stages, namely:

The first stage: the appropriate place for implantation is prepared by placing the implants made of pure titanium metal in the jawbone in place of the missing tooth. The second stage: the healing of the jawbone and the implant, and this is called osteotomy, this process takes six months for the upper jaw and three months for the lower jaw. Walter