Complete Guide To Dental Implant Surgery

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If you have lost a tooth or multiple teeth and have decided that bridgework or dentures are not suitable for you. then choosing a dental implant is a great solution which is going to last even longer to improve your smile quality and boost your self-confidence.

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Complete Guide To Dental Implant Surgery

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If you have lost a tooth or multiple teeth and have decided that bridgework or dentures are not suitable for you. then choosing a dental implant is a great solution which is going to last even longer to improve your smile quality and boost your self-confidence. People are afraid of a dental implant as they think it is a painful and complex procedure but the opposite is true it is a very simple and straightforward procedure with many benefits. Implants are the only thing you can get to real teeth as implants do not move or cause any damage like dental bridges or partial dentures.

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Pre Surgery People who have missing or damaged teeth due to any injury or any periodontal disease can go for a dental implant in Bristol. When you visit the dental practice in Bristol the dentist will have an x-ray of your mouth to assess the damage location of missing teeth and jawbone where the implant needs to be placed. Surgery During the dental implant maximum people are afraid of the pain but there are several options available to ensure a comfortable and pain-free procedure that you can discuss with your dentist. These options include oral sedation or local anesthesia. If you want to replace the damaged teeth then the dentist will need to extract the teeth from your mouth. Then your jaw needs a bone graft which ensures that there is proper space available for the implant.

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The bone graft is the procedure of adding graft material to the missing location for the implant to have the proper grip but this is not done with all patients only with those who do not have space in their jaw for a dental implant. If your jawbone needs more support then the dentist will recommend you to wait for your graft so that it can heal before moving to the next step. The dentist will cut the gum to expose the bone so that the implant can be easily placed. But you will under sedation or anesthesia so you will not feel anything. Then the dentist will drill a hole in your jawbone at the place of implant and your incision will be closed.

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The metal implant fixed inside your jawbone will work as a root for the artificial tooth. After that you need to wait for your dental implant to fuse to the jaw bone and this process is known as osseointegration. This provides a solid foundation for the crown to get fixed on your jawbone. After osseointegration dental practice in Bristol will attach an abutment to the implant. And then place a temporary crown until the time the permanent crown is made. Post Surgery For a short time you can experience minor pain and bleeding. Swelling and bruising of the gums and face are rare. Whenever the implant is fixed then it is like a new member in the family and your tongue needs time to get comfortable with this implant so you must control tongue-tickling. For about 3 to 4 weeks you need to follow the diet which contains only soft food.

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Conclusion Dental Implant in Bristol helps you to recover your missing or crooked teeth to increase the quality of smile and boost your self-confidence in people while talking. It is very important to consult your dentist who is professional in dentistry and can ensure that the procedure for a dental implant is safe and optimal results are provided. Source https://medium.com/saltforddental1/complete-guide-to-dental- implant-surgery-7f07afb61cbc

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