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There are many ways to replace a missing tooth but there’s only one option which is capable of substituting the feeling, the function and the appearance of a natural tooth: the implant.
By using implants (artificial tooth roots), one or more teeth can be replaced without loading the adjacent teeth. Hence, this is one of the best alternatives to eliminate toothlessness.
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When can an implant be used?
- In case of a single missing tooth in the front or at the back (implant with crown)
- In case of several missing teeth or complete tooth loss (implant with bridge). In this case, it is not necessary to replace all the missing teeth with implants – e.g. 3 porcelain teeth can be fixed on two implants
- When implants are installed in order to stabilize a full removable prosthesis. A denture which is attached to implants provides a huge improvement in stability, comfort and chewing ability.
All on 4
All on 4 dental implants is a revolutionary treatment available to clients in Budapest, which allows a whole set of new teeth (known as an arch) to be supported by just 4 implants.
The All on 4 implants are positioned at precise angles to provide optimum support for the arch and complete stabilisation for your dentures.The procedure to fit the implants involves placing the implants at specific angles, with the back two implants positioned at a 45 degree angle and the front implants positioned at a 90 degree angle.
You can read more about ALL ON 4 HERE.
All on 6
This treatment is entirely the same as the All on 4, expect using 6 implants instead of 4.
The other 2 implants are placed in the very back of the jawbone, therefore this method eliminates the only disadvantage of the 4 implants provided treatment, the inevitable overloading, and gives the patient an extremely stable and long-term treatment solution.
This treatment is highly recommended by our oral surgeons and implantologists!
Full arch bridge
A full arch bridge supported on dental implants is a great solution for replacing an entire arch of missing teeth.
A fixed bridge restoration is permanent and uses a combination of dental implants and a dental bridge to restore your smile. A dental bridge is a made out of a pontic (solid false tooth) and two exterior porcelain crowns. It is designed to fill in a gap left by a missing tooth or a group of teeth by attaching to an existing or installed solid tooth structure in the mouth.
If all your teeth are missing, another option may be to stabilize your removable denture using a small number of implants. This can sometimes be a cost-effective solution.
Overdentures were developed to help both partial and fully edentulous patients regain a quality of life, which most likely has been missing since they lost their teeth.
Stabilizing the removable dentures
Using dental implants, the whole denture can be restored. It’s also a solution for stabilizing the removable dentures – you don’t have to worry anymore and use different denture adhesives if the fixation of your prosthesis is provided by implants!
Similarly to classic dentures which are made for the original teeth, this prosthesis is made on the basis of an impression. The dental technician uses various instruments to locate the implant’s axle alignment and its exact position in the mouth.
What is a dental implant?
Dental implants are tiny titanium screws, which are the same size as the tooth roots. The whole point of dental implant treatment is that we replace not just the visible portion, the crown, but the tooth roots as well. They have the feeling and the appearance of a natural tooth.
Dental implants are thus an artificial tooth root, which are inserted surgically into the jawbone.
DENTOP Clinic offers the most advanced implants and prostheses for you. When it comes to dental implants, the best basis for comparison is our own original teeth.
When can an implant be placed?
There are three basic conditions for placing an implant:
- good quality bone in the affected area (the dental implant needs to be completely inserted inside the bone. If the missing tooth is not replaced, your bone will wither over time and in the end it will be such small and thin that implantation won’t be possible anymore.)
- generally good health condition
- proper oral hygiene
There are many diseases and conditions which may exclude or complicate the implantation, such as: severe, untreated diabetes / coagulation disorders / taking certain medical products – steroids, bisphosphonates, antineoplastic agents / former radiation therapy in the area of the planned surgical site / heavy smoking.
Each dental implantation is different, and many factors can influence the dental implant process. Sometimes extra treatments are needed before the actual dental implantation. Below you can see a typical example of dental implantation.
The dentist will take an x-ray, possibly a CT scan if needed, and will explain all of the details of your treatment, including which procedures will be done, and how much they will cost.
If you have any teeth that need to be removed, they will be removed and you will have to heal before dental implantation.
3. Dental implantation
After around 8 weeks, dental implantation can take place. The dental implant is placed in the jawbone under local anaesthetic, and is left to heal for 4 months.
After 4 months our patient coordinator will call and will give an appointment. The gum that has grown over the implant will be removed, and a healing screw will be placed, along with a temporary crown.
5. Hand over appointment
The end of the treatment has arrived. The final crown will be done in 5 work days, and after trying it on, if the patient likes the crown it will be adhered finally, and that will be the end of the treatment.
Advantages of dental implants:
- Significantly high success rate ( 92% of the implants is functional and problem-free even after ten years)
- Conservative treatment – there is no need to polish the adjacent teeth
- They provide a feeling like your own teeth
- They will never get a cavity
- They restore proper chewing and biting
- They prevent further bone atrophy after insertion
- They are aesthetic
Disadvantages of dental implants:
- They involve higher costs than other alternative tooth-replacing treatments
- They require one or more surgical intervention
- The complete treatment might last for 4-12 months
About sinus lift and bone graft
If the existing bone volume is not sufficient, we can increase its amount by bone grafting. Bone graft is indicated if there’s not enough place between the base of the sinus and the jawbone to insert the implant of the required length. This intervention is called sinus lift. You can learn more about sinus lift HERE.
It’s very common that the bone structure is not sufficient above the lower jaw sensory nerve – this is the reason why we are forced to perform bone graft. In many cases it’s not the height but the width of the bone which is insufficient for placing the implant, but with bone graft surgery, this problem can be corrected as well.
Bone graft can be done using the patient’s own bone tissue (e.g. from the rear jaw area) or with a synthetic bone substitute material mixed together with the patient’s own blood. Usually, the patient has to wait 4-6 months following the bone graft in order to have the implant inserted (unless the implantation and the bone graft took place contemporaneously). You can learn more about bone graft HERE.