Sunday, October 7, 2012

Restoration of lost teeth

Restoration of lost teethToday, almost everyone knows that implantation - is the best way to restoration of lost teeth. This is significantly better than traditional methods of prosthetics that are known for fixing bridges had to grind the adjacent, healthy teeth. Statistics show - about 68% of people aged between 33 and 45 years old has already lost one molar, and 75 years in 26% of those teeth are completely absent.

Not long ago, people had no choice. Can be installed fixed or removable dentures. But this often leads to various problems. When talking or eating dentures can crack, fall out. In the area of the tooth may be lost bone mass. Fixed restorations often damage adjacent healthy teeth, which in the future will have to restore. Have to replace the one prosthesis, which is already available. Furthermore, due to non-removable prosthesis can lose the adjacent teeth. Statistics show - within five - seven years destroyed up to 30% of the teeth, which are located next to the removable prosthesis. And if you have periodontitis, recurrent decay, and other factors to produce a fixed prosthesis is impossible. Therefore, removable and non-removable dentures have to be replaced every 7 - 14 years.

Today, patients have a choice. Implants do not interfere in any conversation or eating will not embarrass you or other foreign clacking noise. No one noticed that the conditions you are not natural teeth. And another advantage of implants. This durability. With proper care, they can last a lifetime.

Implantation is performed in three stages. First, the doctor injects the jaw bone implant. Then he forms the abutment and adapts it to the introduction of the. This tooth protrudes from the gum line. Finally, the doctor strengthens abutment on an artificial crown. 

But can you set the lira Dental Implants? Nowadays implantation - is one of the most successful dental procedures. But, of course, to give 100% guarantee nobody can. Statistics show - the success achieved in 90% of cases, the prosthesis in the upper jaw, and in 95% of cases in prosthetics in the lower jaw. The fact that the upper jaw (especially the posterior section) is less dense than the lower jaw. Bone in this case it is easier to damage. Determine the feasibility of implantation in each case can only be qualified doctor - dentist.


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