Dental implants basically have 5 kinds of operation types. Dental implants are practiced in these surgical operations according to the needs of the patient. The techniques applied in dental implants are selected from the patient's mouth area and the state of the support tissues. These basic 5 techniques, which you should know about dental implants, are;
A surgical operation is performed in this implant technique to reveal the jawbone in the mouth. After the surgical operation, the jawbone is measured and the preparation process is started. The materials used in subperiosteal implant operations are produced using as thin and light metal alloys as possible. In general, their form looks like a bird cage. It is applied directly on the bone under the bone membrane called periosteum. There are some parts of the gum that rise from the gums and are heightened towards the inside of the mouth. Implants with subperiosteal implant technique should be applied on the alveolar bone. For patients with complete tooth deficiency, it is used to keep the prosthesis in the mouth. However, it is not preferred very much. Suberiosteal implants are divided according to their types. These types can be listed as:
In this implant technique, titanium dental implants, which are produced in the form of fungi, are used. Gustau Dahi first applied this technique in 1943. However, intramucosal insects implant technique does not use by the dentists today.
Endosteal implant is one of the types of dental implants, which is used for one or more teeth. Implants applied inside the jawbone are called intra-bone implants. Intra-implant application is the most widely used type of dental implant. The most commonly used type of implant in today's technology is screw type implants. Bone implants are grouped under 4 main subtitles. Endosseos implants are separated according to their shape. These are can be listed as:
About endodontic stabilizers
Endodontics is the branch of science that intervenes and solves problems related to the inner parts of the teeth. More precisely, endodontics is the dentistry branch dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of dental pulp (viable tissue containing the vascular-nervous bundle) and diseases surrounding the surrounding tissues. It is used for the strength of weak teeth. In order to use endodontic implants, the teeth in the patient's mouth should be weak as the substructure.
Transosseous implants are an implant system developed in 1973. The toothless atrophic mandible is attached to the anterior region by screws. In this way, the operation takes place. It is indicated especially in cases where the mandible is severely defective after an accident due to an accident or tumor and cyst. In order for the transsosseous implant to be used, an alveolar bone thickness of at least 9 mm must be present in the area of canines.
In contrast to other types of implants, patients with transosseous implants should have two-hour anaesthetic and tolerate the operation. It is not preferred very much because of the difficult application.
Transmanibular implants are applied to the lower jaw. It is used to increase support in cases where bone length is not enough. The success rate is quite low. They are not preferred because they are applied to only one region. Intramucosal implants are structures made of titanium. Prostheses are also preferred implants for retention. Endodontic implants are used for fixing weak teeth.
In some cases, the jawbone may not support dental implants. This is usually seen in patients who are late for treatment and older. In this case, it is necessary to rebuild the bone and restore your natural jaw line. Various techniques can be used to provide a solid foundation for implant-supported teeth in these ways. These techniques can be mentioned briefly:
Bone growth: This method is preferred if your bone does not support implants. Because a healthy bone structure is required to hold the titanium parts. Dental implant studies have shown that the use of bone additives and growth factors to supplement bone usually has the best results.
Sinus lift: This method involves the addition of a bone under the sinus when the natural bone is disrupted due to a lack of upper back teeth. The operation is also known as sinus upgrade.
Ridge expansion: The patient's jaw can sometimes be narrow. Small and narrow jaws may not support dental implants. At this point, the bone graft material may be attached to a small ridge or area formed along the upper portion of the narrow jaw.
There are also some different alternative techniques, you should also know about dental implants. First one is called “immediate load dental implants”. Second one is “mini dental implants” and the last one is called “all- on- 4”.
In the industry immediate load dental implant also called same day implants. This option allow dentist to place a temporary tooth during the same appointment. If the patient have enough and healthy bone this option can be choose.
Mini dental implants alternatives are commonly used. These implants are small or narrow diameter ones. They can place through less-invasive techniques and are used primarily to stabilize a lower denture.
All- on- 4 type dental implant option is ignore the need of bone grafting. This time, special abutments are used so that a temporary set of replacement teeth can be placed the same day. If the patient received a treatment in this form, he must follow a modified diet while the gum tissues heal and the implants bond with the natural bone.
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