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Dental Implants 


  What Cause Missing Teeth?

  - Disease Can Lead To Tooth Loss
  Serve gum and root inflammation or other disease can cause tooth loss in patients both young and old.
  - Accidents Can Leave A Gap.
  Whether you’re playing sports or just walking down the street, accidents happen.
  - Teeth Can Be Missing Since Birth.
  Some tooth gaps are caused by congenital absence.


  Why You Should Replace Missing Teeth?

- A Missing Tooth Can Affect Your Quality Of Life In A Number Of Ways.


  - Traditional methods of tooth replacement, including bridges, partial dentures, and dentures are unable to address bone loss, this maybe the biggest problem you might face.
+ The Danger Of Missing Teeth: Shifting And Drifting
With nothing to bite against, opposing teeth can shift down into the empty space. Teeth on either side can drift into the empty space.
+ Losing All Your Teeth Can Also Lead To:

+ Traditional Dentures Can Cause Other Problems:

 What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants create artificial roots in your jaw. They support restorations that are designed to look just like your natural teeth.


 What Is The Dental Implant Process Like?

The dental implant surgery is a short operation performed by a trained dental professional. It is an outpatient procedure that is carried out under local anesthesia. It involves inserting the dental implant into the jawbone. The final restoration is applied once the treated area has healed. For the long-term care and maintenance of dental implants, good oral hygiene and regular dental check-ups are essential.

1. Assessment And Treatment Planning
Your dentist assesses your health and oral condition.
Your dentist examines X-rays and models to determine the best treatment for you.

2. The Dental Implant Placement And Healing
Dental implant is inserted under local anesthesia.
Dental implant is left to heal for 3-12weeks.
Do bear in mind that healing time depends on the kind of dental implant, your bone, health, and your physical condition.
Your dentist can fabricate a temporary crown for use during this time.

3. Final Restoration
Once the treated area has healed, your dentist applies the final restoration.
This procedure is painless and requires no anesthesia.

4. Post –Implant Care And Check-up
Your new dental implant is the next best thing to natural teeth. Just as with your natural teeth, you have to take very good care of it:
Brush your teeth carefully after every meal and before bedtime.
Use a soft toothbrush that you replace regularly
Visit your dentist for regular cleanings.
Ask your dentist about post-treatment check-ups to avoid infections and ensure the lasting success of your dental implants.

+ Your Guide To Making The Right Choice.
The experience of your dental professional will play a critical role in determining whether dental implants are the right treatment for you. With the many different types of dental implants available, he or she will be able to advise you if implant treatment is the right choice for you, and on the best choice of dental implant system to be used. Together with your dental professional, we recommend that you evaluated your choices based on the 3P’s: Performance, Precision and Presentation.
To have teeth immediately after extracting is the desire of all people. So science has studied and achieved a certain success in some cases. However, this depends on several conditions as follows: Bone status and health of patients.


 Performance: What Is Their Track Record?

Be sure to enquire about the dental implant’s success rate and healing time, and its reputation within the dental science community.

+ Helping You Make The Right Dental Implant Choice. (continued)

- Precision: How Well Are The Dental Implants Made?

• Make sure you ask about the quality of materials used in the dental implants, as well as the construction and precision of the fit between the dental implant and abutment.

- Presentation: How Do They Look?

• You want a crown that matches the color and contour of your teeth. However, you should be aware that the dental implant base also contributes to how your teeth look and function. It’s essential that every aspect of your dental implant is crafted to the utmost quality.

+ Straumann : A Trusted Name Around the Globe :

- Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, Straumann is a global leader in dental implant and restorative dentistry and oral tissue regeneration. For more than 50years, Straumann has been a trusted name in dentistry.
- A global company with over 2,500 employees in more than 60 countries.
- More than 5 million Straumann patients successfully treated worldwide.
- All components and instruments are made with Swith Swiss innovation & quality.
- Backed by 50years of research and clinical studies.
- Straumann has partnered with the lnternational Team for lmplantology (ITI)
- A global non-profit academic organization-to ensure quality and excellence.


       Thousands of dentists around the world use lasers everyday in their practices for many procedures, including: Laser Troughing Packing retraction cord is often frustrating, unpredictable and time-consuming. Laser troughing can help you get clean, high quality impressions the first time around.

Laser Soft Tissue Crown Lengthening Allows you to remove excess tissue without a scalpel, sutures or bleeding to obtain immediate impression for crown and bridge procedures and cosmetic procedures. Typically there is less need for post operative pain medication making the procedure more comfortable for your patients.

Laser Gingvectomy Used for general cosmetic purposes and also for impressions for cosmetic and crown and bridge procedures. Excess tissue can be quickly and predictably contoured without bleeding, reduced post-operative pain and medication when compared to scalpels and sutures. Gingivectomy for Class V Restorations Can provide a bloodless, quick and easy method to access sub-gingival decay.

Laser Sulcalar Debridement and Curettage Used as an adjunct to traditional scaling and root planning in order to reduce pocket depths.

Laser Implant Recovery Allows you to perform fast, bloodless and safe removal of excessive gingival tissue around the implant prior to seating the implant.

Laser Frenectomy Allows for bloodless, scalpel and suture free release of maxillary or mandibular frenums.


Implementing a laser into your practice will expand the procedures you offer your patients while providing them with a higher quality of care and comfort. While your practice is unique, the following table demonstrates the significant positive financial impact a laser can have on your bottom line.

 Where are your opportunities?
  • Laser soft tissue curettage
  • Leukoplakia
  • Operculectomy
  • Oral papillectomies
  • Pulpotomy
  • Pulpotomy as an adjunct to root canal therapy
  • Reduction of gingival hypertrophy
  • Soft tissue crown lengthening
  • Sulcular debridement (removal of diseased, infected, inflamed and necrosed soft tissue in the periodontal pocket to improve clinical indices including gingival index, gingival bleeding index, probe depth, attachment loss and tooth mobility)
  • Treatment of canker sores, herpetic and aphothous ulcers of the oral mucosa
  • Vestibuloplasty
  • Excisional and incisional biopsies
  • Exposure of unerupted teeth
  • Fibroma removal
  • Frenectomy
  • Gingival throughing for crown impression
  • Gingivectomy
  • Gingivoplasty
  • Gingival incision and excision
  • Hemostasis and coagulation
  • Implant recovery
  • Incision and drainage of abscess
  • Laser removal of diseased, infected, inflamed and necrosed soft tissue within the periodontal pocket


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