- Root canal treatment
- Bridge Implant and Denture
- Crown and Bridge
- Denture, Plate, Clipper
- Tooth Fillings
- Dental Bonding
- Safe Removal of Amalgam Fillings
- Inlay – Onlay – Overlay restoration
- Teeth Cleaning
- Aesthetic Gum Surgery
- Guided Bone & Tissue Regeneration
- Gum Grafting
- Crown Lengthening
- Scaling and Root Planing
- Bone Grafting
- Jawbone Loss and Deterioration
- Socket Preservation Procedure
- Sinus Augmentation
- Ridge Augmentation
- About Bone Grafting
- Jawbone Health
- Dental Implant
- Implant Placement
- Mini Dental Implants
- After Dental Implant Placement
- Bar Attachment Denture
- Bone Grafting for Implants
- Missing All Upper or Lower Teeth
- Dental Cosmetics
- Dental Veneer
- Tooth Whitening
- Tooth removal
- Tooth Extraction
- Surgical Extraction
REPLACING MISSING TEETH WITH DENTAL IMPLANT
Your teeth affect your whole body. When they’re healthy, you’re healthier too. A missing tooth can affect your bite, speech and eating choices. As you rely more on your remaining teeth, you increase the chance they will wear out prematurely, or be damaged or lost. You may also experience headaches and/or jaw pain.
Who would want their appearance and health to deteriorate? That’s the natural consequence of missing teeth — the jaw literally melts away. Generally, people will lose 25% of their supporting jawbone structure within the first year after tooth loss. Dental implants are more easily placed when teeth are first extracted because bone replacement becomes more complex as time passes. If all of your teeth are missing, a variety of treatment options are available to support the replacement teeth.
Tooth Replacement Options
You can select from a number of different options to replace your missing teeth — from temporary to long-lasting solutions. A good tooth replacement candidate is anyone missing one or more teeth, or who is unhappy with their dentures. Age is not a factor. However, smoking, diseases such as diabetes, and radiation therapy to the area have been shown to lower the success rate of implant placement. X-rays of your jaw will be taken to evaluate whether they will accommodate implants. Detailed x-rays may also be required to determine if other tests or procedures are needed to place implants properly.
Dental Implant Dental implants are the most comfortable and permanent solution. They form a strong foundation for teeth and keep the jaw healthy and strong. Implants support individual replacement teeth or secure specialized dentures in place. Unlike bridges, no healthy teeth are damaged. Unlike most bridges, implants can last a lifetime. Implant-supported replacement teeth can be attractive, stable, and comfortable for almost any patient.
Why Select Dental Implants Over More Traditional Types Of Restorations?
There are several reasons: A dental bridge can sacrifice the structure of surrounding good teeth to bridge the space of the missing tooth/teeth. In addition, removing a denture or a “partial” at night may be inconvenient, not to mention dentures that slip can be uncomfortable and rather embarrassing. The great news? Implants act just like your natural teeth. They safeguard and preserve your bone structure, oral health and appearance. Your dentist and the implant surgeon will provide you with options so that you can make the most informed decision concerning tooth replacement.
What Are Dental Implants?
A natural tooth consists of a root and a crown. If you compare natural teeth to implant-supported replacement teeth, you’ll see they have the same basic parts. Both have a crown (the visible part used to chew food). Both have a root that holds the tooth securely under the gum and is anchored into the jaw. The difference is that the implant is made of titanium – the same time-tested material used by surgeons for artificial joints. When you lose a tooth, you lose both the root and the crown. To replace the tooth, the surgeon first replaces the root with a small dental implant.
Time is allowed for bone to heal and grow around the dental implant. The bone bonds with the titanium, creating a strong foundation for artificial teeth. A support post (abutment) is then placed on the implant and a new replacement tooth (crown) is placed on top of the abutment. In many cases a temporary replacement tooth can be attached to the implant immediately after it is placed.
Dental Implant Surgical Advances
Using the most recent advances in dental implant technology, at Kitcha Dental Clinic, Chiang Mai, Thailand, we are able to place single-stage implants. These implants do not require a second procedure to uncover them, but do require a minimum of six weeks of healing time before artificial teeth are placed. There are even situations where the implant can be placed at the same time as the tooth extraction — further minimizing your number of surgical procedures.
Dental implant placement is a team effort between an implant surgeon and a restorative dentist. The implantologist performs the actual implant surgery, initial tooth extractions, and bone grafting if necessary. The restorative dentist fits and makes the permanent prosthesis. We will also make any temporary prosthesis needed during the implant process.
Our Dental Implant Center
Kitcha Dental Clinic – Dental Implant Center in Chiang Mai also provide these following worldwide dental implant brands. Our Selections could fit the requirement of any one.