What Functions Develop If Implant Is Not Applied In Tooth Loss?
If the cavities formed after tooth loss are not applied to the root of the tooth, ie the implant is not applied, a serious disorder occurs in the jaw structure. This also causes gaps in the teeth, as the closing order of the upper and lower teeth is lost, there is more food residue accumulation here. This causes an increase in dental caries and gum diseases. However, more importantly, it causes various problems in the jaw joint. Problems in the jaw joint require treatments that are much more difficult to treat and return. When there is more than one tooth deficiency, more problems arise and leads to loss of other teeth.
Who Is Implant Applied To?
Implant treatment is applied to individuals over the age of 18 who have completed chin and face development. The patient to be implanted must have sufficient bone and healthy gums.
Who Is Implant Applied Not Applied?
- In patients with poor general health and systematic disease
- In patients with advanced bone resorption due to bad habits such as tooth tightening, gum diseases and smoking, the existing bone structure cannot be suitable for implant application.
- Especially in diabetics who have to use insulin.
- In severe heart failure
- In heart valve problems.
- In recent heart attacks
- In substance and alcohol addiction
- In organ transplant cases.
- Diseases that attack the immune system, such as AIDS
- Hypertension patients
Benefits of Implant
- The biggest advantage of the implant is that it is much more robust, comfortable and reliable compared to other conservative treatment methods.
- Being able to easily eat hard foods,
- To be in natural tooth form,
- The use of removable prosthesis is eliminated.
- It is an ideal solution for people who are uncomfortable with the prosthesis coming out and getting something between them while eating,
- Due to the lack of sufficient bone support, the ability to provide the necessary retention in moving prostheses,
- Providing natural form teeth with almost the same characteristics as lost teeth,
- It is a safer functional alternative treatment method compared to veneers, bridges and palate prostheses,
- Deformities in other teeth that have slipped into the lost tooth cavity are prevented.
- As a result of achieving a healthy tooth appearance, the patient's self-confidence is restored.
What are the Implant Construction Stages?
- First examination and examinations
- Jawbone structure and applicability
- Making the implant
- Preparation of prostheses
- In the last stage, the prosthetic teeth are screwed or adhered to the implant on the bone, according to the patient's size, and it is ensured to fit properly.