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White Smyle Dental

Sector 26, Noida, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh
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Replacement Of Missing Teeth

Artificial teeth can either be fixed or replaced.
Your dentist can tell you about which option is better for you after examining the condition of the tooth. If few teeth are lost then the option of fixing is suitable and can be easily implemented but if all or many teeth are missing or damaged then there is a need of replacement using dentures.

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  • Dental implants are done to replace any missing, damaged tooth, a group of teeth or for full mouth. Dental implant generally consists of a titanium screw with a smooth of rough surface Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once in place, they allow your dentist to mount replacement teeth onto them. Now a days a new type of dentures treatment is gaining popularity. The new denture is the Implant supported denture and can be used to replace some or all teeth (Replacement of all the teeth is known as full mouth dental implants).
  • This type of denture comprises of metallic implants which can be embedded into the bone for supporting the artificial teeth. These types of dentures are very stable & comfortable for patient in comparison to routine dentures. Implant Procedure How are dental implants placed? Most dental implant surgery procedures are performed in the dentist's office and occasionally in a hospital setting.
  • Local anesthesia is usually adequate for these out-patient procedures but various other forms of patient sedation (such as nitrous oxide, and oral/or intravenous sedation) may also be used. Adjunctive surgical procedures, such as bone augmentation, may be performed as separate procedures or at the same time as implant placement. Each surgical procedure is different depending on the clinical situation as well as the preferences of the patient and dental practitioner/ surgeon. Why is the surgical procedure a three-step process? The most widely practiced method of placing dental implants is a "staged surgery" procedure.
  • The first stage consists of surgically burying the implant (which replaces the tooth root) flush with the bone but underneath the gum. This protects the implant from force while it is healing. At the end of this healing period, the implant needs to be surgically exposed by removing some of the overlying gum.
  • At this second stage, the surgeon checks the implant for its successful integration and connects some form of post which penetrates through the gum into the mouth. This post is called the abutment. Abutments come in many forms and can be stock-manufactured or custom-molded by your dentist and a laboratory. The gum is allowed to heal around the abutment and form a cuff or collar through which the dentist has access to the implant when preparing the final restorative stage of placing the prosthetic tooth or teeth.
  • Research has shown that it is often possible to place a suitable abutment at the same time as the implant. This has certain limitations but can eliminate the need for a second surgery to expose the implant. However, the implant still requires adequate healing time for the bone to osseointegrate.
  • The abutments must also be protected from chewing forces during this period to assure effective bony integration and successful healing.
  • Once the implants have had a chance to heal and have been tested for successful integration, the final restorative step takes place. This stage consists of fabricating and connecting the prosthetic teeth to the successfully osseointegrated implants.

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Dentures Or Bridges
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Dentures Or Bridges

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Fixed partial dentures or bridges are tooth replacements that are fixed permanently in the mouth and cannot be removed by the patient. These dentures are made to take support from adjacent natural teeth. Implants supported dentures - These dentures are more popular these days because implant supported dentures can be replace with attached into the bone for supporting the artificial teeth. Another benefit of such dentures that these provides a better strength, stability and comfort to the patient as compared to routine or traditional dentures. Fixed partial dentures VS Implants supported dentures
In implant supported dentures the adjacent teeth are not modified. The support is from the implant that is placed in the bone.

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Removable Dentures
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Removable dentures - These dentures are designed to be removed and replaced by the patient itself when required. Removable dentures can be full dentures or partial dentures.

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