Single Tooth Dental Implants
Tooth roots in the mouth replace dental implants. Implants offer a solid base for new teeth that are permanent or temporary, and they can help avoid bone loss in the jaw.
Implant Supported Bridges
For gaps where three or four neighboring teeth are absent, an implant assisted bridge is a restorative option. In order to sustain the porcelain bridge, this reconstruction usually needs two implants. The bridge provides the actual teeth of a patient with a practical and cosmetic equivalent.
Implant Supported Dentures
Implant-supported dentures can be an option to conventional dentures for patients who remove many or more of their teeth. The location of two or more implants is needed for this solution. A minimum of four implants are usually prescribed in order to replace a complete arch denture. Eligibility for this solution relies on a variety of variables, with one of the most critical deciding factors being jaw bone density.
Modern dentures are centered on an acrylic foundation that rests on the gums directly, held by a paste or adhesive in position. The usage of implants as denture supports enables a narrower and more comfortable foundation and less turning during use of the prosthesis.
Both absolute and partial dentures and both permanent and adjustable dentures may be assisted by implants. If a reusable denture is chosen, instead of involving the use of denture paste or adhesives, the denture can “snap” on to the implant.
Full Arch with Only Four Implants
This technique is a special implant approach that requires all the teeth in the arch to be removed using just four implants as anchors in patients with a fully edentulous (toothless) upper or lower arch.
Guided Implant Placement
Specialized software is used for this procedure to build personalized surgical manuals. The precise position, angle, and depth of each implant placement are guided by these guides. The usage of the guide improves the procedure ‘s precision, performance, protection, and predictability.