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All the Latest You Need to Know About Dental Implants

Author : Elizabeth Huston789
Publish Date : 2021-04-19 07:37:27
All the Latest You Need to Know About Dental Implants

In the old days, people who lost their teeth due to accidents or tooth decay had no option but to live with it or wear dentures that grew loose over time and always seemed to fall out during the most inopportune moments, in addition to giving you a hard time as far as speaking and eating is concerned.

These days, however, dental implants are taking the sting out of missing teeth and giving a lot of people a whole new hope, as well as a whole new look. A dental implant is an artificial tooth that replaces a tooth that has been taken out or lost. They provide a more natural-looking smile, support for your dentures and do not affect the teeth surrounding them. They are as strong as your real teeth, primarily because they fuse with the bone and protect you from jawbone loss which occurs when you lose teeth.

The process of getting dental implants can be quite painful but nevertheless worth it especially when the final results are revealed. The dentist or oral surgeon will place an anchor or post in your jawbone once the tooth is removed and these are usually made from titanium. Your new dental implant will be attached to this post and it will take around 3 to 6 months for the jawbone to grow around the anchor and hold your dental implant in place. In some cases, two operations are required to achieve this and once the anchor is fused with the bone, the dentist will cement the artificial tooth in place.

However, thanks to enterprising and innovative dental experts and countless research and studies, a new kind of dental implant, known as the guided zygomatic implant, you won't have to wait months to achieve your new smile, but instead, have a new one before your lunch hour is over. These extended implants, also known as graftless implants, which measure up to 50 mm as compared to the usual 15 mm of traditional implants, are screwed into the cheek bone rather than the jawbone. Dentists do a 3D scan of the entire jaw so that they can put in the implants where needed without surgery. They anchor strongly to the bulk of bone that comprises the cheekbones or zygomatic arch, hence the name. This can be done in one visit which is why it is slowly but surely gaining popularity.

Another reason why zygomatic dental implants are popular is that they are the best option for those who cannot undergo traditional dental implants because they don't have enough bone in their jaw to hold the implant. They are able to support the implant bridges where there has been a substantial amount of bone loss but this is one procedure that is not yet widely available so you'll need to do a little patient hunting.

Another option that dental experts are touting to be the next dental miracle in dental implants are stem cells. The recent discovery that stem cells also exists in teeth promises to be something that will change the dental world forever, and the way people look at dental implants as far as helping bone to grow in deficient parts of the jaw is concerned.

 

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The stem cells to be used will be harvested from tissues originating from the tip of the removed tooth known as the root apical papilla. These stem cells have the ability to reproduce and develop other tissue such as bone, cartilage and skin. Like zygomatic implants, they are also recommended for people who are unable to undergo traditional implants by being given a new, fully-formed replacement tooth in just nine weeks from the initial implantation. Also, unlike traditional implants, these new teeth will be able to adapt to occurring bone changes which eliminates the need for costly adjustments and implant replacements.

Although both these procedures are still in the development stage, it is good to know that even if you don't qualify for traditional procedures or at least, are loath to experience the pain and waiting time that comes with them, you have options that you can consider that are quicker but nonetheless effective as far as giving you that great smile is concerned.

Learn more about getting dental implants and other cosmetic dental procedures to get the smile you've always wanted. Check out My Dental Implants [http://mydentalimplants.com.au] today and dazzle the world with your new smile.
In the old days, people who lost their teeth due to accidents or tooth decay had no option but to live with it or wear dentures that grew loose over time and always seemed to fall out during the most inopportune moments, in addition to giving you a hard time as far as speaking and eating is concerned.

These days, however, dental implants are taking the sting out of missing teeth and giving a lot of people a whole new hope, as well as a whole new look. A dental implant is an artificial tooth that replaces a tooth that has been taken out or lost. They provide a more natural-looking smile, support for your dentures and do not affect the teeth surrounding them. They are as strong as your real teeth, primarily because they fuse with the bone and protect you from jawbone loss which occurs when you lose teeth.

The process of getting dental implants can be quite painful but nevertheless worth it especially when the final results are revealed. The dentist or oral surgeon will place an anchor or post in your jawbone once the tooth is removed and these are usually made from titanium. Your new dental implant will be attached to this post and it will take around 3 to 6 months for the jawbone to grow around the anchor and hold your dental implant in place. In some cases, two operations are required to achieve this and once the anchor is fused with the bone, the dentist will cement the artificial tooth in place.

However, thanks to enterprising and innovative dental experts and countless research and studies, a new kind of dental implant, known as the guided zygomatic implant, you won't have to wait months to achieve your new smile, but instead, have a new one before your lunch hour is over. These extended implants, also known as graftless implants, which measure up to 50 mm as compared to the usual 15 mm of traditional implants, are screwed into the cheek bone rather than the jawbone. Dentists do a 3D scan of the entire jaw so that they can put in the implants where needed without surgery. They anchor strongly to the bulk of bone that comprises the cheekbones or zygomatic arch, hence the name. This can be done in one visit which is why it is slowly but surely gaining popularity.

Another reason why zygomatic dental implants are popular is that they are the best option for those who cannot undergo traditional dental implants because they don't have enough bone in their jaw to hold the implant. They are able to support the implant bridges where there has been a substantial amount of bone loss but this is one procedure that is not yet widely available so you'll need to do a little patient hunting.

Another option that dental experts are touting to be the next dental miracle in dental implants are stem cells. The recent discovery that stem cells also exists in teeth promises to be something that will change the dental world forever, and the way people look at dental implants as far as helping bone to grow in deficient parts of the jaw is concerned.

The stem cells to be used will be harvested from tissues originating from the tip of the removed tooth known as the root apical papilla. These stem cells have the ability to reproduce and develop other tissue such as bone, cartilage and skin. Like zygomatic implants, they are also recommended for people who are unable to undergo traditional implants by being given a new, fully-formed replacement tooth in just nine weeks from the initial implantation. Also, unlike traditional implants, these new teeth will be able to adapt to occurring bone changes which eliminates the need for costly adjustments and implant replacements.

Although both these procedures are still in the development stage, it is good to know that even if you don't qualify for traditional procedures or at least, are loath to experience the pain and waiting time that comes with them, you have options that you can consider that are quicker but nonetheless effective as far as giving you that great smile is concerned.

Learn more about getting dental implants and other cosmetic dental procedures to get the smile you've always wanted. Check out My Dental Implants [http://mydentalimplants.com.au] today and dazzle the world with your new smile.



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