FIXING TOOTH LOSS WITH DENTAL IMPLANTS

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FIXING TOOTH LOSS WITH DENTAL IMPLANTS www.teethinadayflorida.com

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A dental implant is a cylindrical and /or tapered post, usually made of titanium that serves as a substitute for the tooth root. It’s placed in the jawbone so that it can fuse with your natural bone and become a strong and sturdy foundation for replacement teeth . www.teethinadayflorida.com

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Dental Implant - A cylindrical and/or tapered post, usually made of titanium, that serves as a substitute –or the tooth root. Abutment -A connector, placed on, or built into, the top of the dental implant, to connect the implant to the replacement tooth or teeth. Crown -A replacement tooth, custom made to match your natural teeth. AN IMPLANT HAS THREE PARETS: CROWN ,ABUTMENT,IMPLANT www.teethinadayflorida.com

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THE PROCEDURE STEP 1: Extracting the existing tooth. Before any implant can be inserted, the damaged tooth must be removed. This is done by an oral surgeon in the office and can require two or more months of recovery.   STEP 2: Will you need a bone graft? Sometimes a bone graft is needed. An oral surgeon will determine where to graft bone from on your bone to ensure your jaw can support an implant. www.teethinadayflorida.com

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STEP 3 :Inserting the implant. The process begins with surgery to prepare the jaw for insertion of the implant. Once inserted, a temporary cover screw or healing cap is put in place.   STEP 4 : Recovering from surgery. Recovery from implant surgery can take anywhere from 3-6 months. During this time, bone cells fuse with the implant in a process called osseointegration. www.teethinadayflorida.com

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STEP 5 : Attaching the abutment. After recovery is complete, a more minor surgical procedure is done with the abutment added to the implant. Recovery from this procedure will likely take up to two weeks.   STEP 6 : Recovering from surgery. Once the gums have healed, the crown is then screwed or cemented onto the abutment.   STEP 7 : Maintaining your implant. It’s important to maintain your usual dental hygiene process to ensure healthy teeth and gums. www.teethinadayflorida.com

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