Dental implants have totally revolutionized the dental replacement of missing teeth. Whether you need to replace missing or partial teeth or even just wear partial or full dentures, cosmetic dental implants can give you a brand new set of smile that looks, feels and works exactly like the real tooth did in your mouth. The dental implant process can be very complicated and requires the use of skilled and experienced dental professionals.
Before you start considering any cosmetic procedure involving dental implants, you should make sure that the procedure is safe for your overall health and lifestyle. It is best to do this by asking your dentist for recommendations and doing your own research and planning. Before deciding on a cosmetic dental implant procedure, you should find out if the procedure is right for you and your lifestyle.
Before you consider cosmetic dental implants, you should discuss any oral health issues with your dentist. Your dentist will examine your mouth, evaluate any underlying problems that may affect the implant operation and recommend the best possible course of treatment. There are three different procedures available for cosmetic dental implants. Each of these procedures is performed under the supervision of a specialist.
In the Implant Conventional procedure, the dentist inserts the implant through the gums into the jawbone in the same spot where your tooth was removed. This method is considered the safest of all procedures but it does require more invasive surgery on your part, including the insertion of a surgical camera into the jawbone in order to provide a better view of the area around the implant. The result is a completely natural-looking implants.
In the Postoperative Care and Recovery procedure, the surgeon will remove the tooth from your jawbone. After this is done, the dentist will then take photographs of the implant site, the surrounding area, and the entire process, using a camera to provide better visualization. After this is done, the surgeon will place the dental implant in the jawbone and then place a small amount of anesthesia, followed by local or general anesthesia, to numb the area around the implant. This procedure is the least invasive and most comfortable for the patient.
The third procedure is known as the Dental Implants Advanced Recovery Procedure and is the most complicated of the three procedures. Here, the surgeon places the implant in the jawbone, attaches it to the jawbone with screws and a metal wire, and attaches the end of the wire to the jawbone where it will sit on the jawbone. The surgeon will then use lasers to create an impression of the implant’s surface and fill it with a temporary crown. This process takes several days to perform and you will feel some pain during the procedure.