Benefits of Single Piece Dental Implant

Implants to replace single teeth has grown into an acceptable prosthodontic treatment option that has been reported to have high rates of implant survival and happy patients. The psychological benefits of restoring the arch of your teeth with an implant that resembles an actual tooth are significant. Additionally the preservation of the tooth structure of teeth that are adjacent is considered to be a major benefit.

The efficacy of single-implant therapy is not just measured by the high rate of survival and, more importantly, is determined by the (long-term) quality of the survival determined by a combination of many factors. The appearance of the soft tissue must be harmonious with the mucosa surrounding the teeth adjacent to it. The implant crown must be in harmony with adjacent dentitions and should be able to provide an excellent oral hygiene. Another aspect is that the functioning with the single tooth restoration is not affected by pain or issues in speaking and chewing.

Limitations On Treatment

To ensure that you provide the best treatment and ensure that patients are satisfied it is vital to determine the patient’s expectations. They typically can be classified into one or more of the four categories that include function, comfort, aesthetics, and quality of life. The interview with the patient should clarify the elements that are of the most significance to patient satisfaction with regard to the final result and the timeline to success. While the final result of single-tooth replacements is usually extremely close to the original the patient should be aware that it’s not a surgical procedure and that in most cases more than one surgery is required and that the entire treatment course (surgical and prothetic) takes a significant amount of time.

For a variety of reasons, there might not be enough bone to put the implant in a proper place. This means that augmentation techniques must be carried out using bone substitutes and autologous bone and sometimes, in conjunction with methods to modify and improve the soft tissues. A cost-benefit analysis is likely to be useful for these situations.

Another issue could be the limited space to create a dental restoration in an anatomical shape and that is in sync with the adjacent dentition. This is the situation of teeth that have erupted and/or moved that are adjacent to and/or opposite the area of treatment, because of the delay between the extraction of the tooth and the restoration. This implies an extended plan that may include orthodontics, or the involvement of other teeth during treatment.

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