Immediate Implant Technique (Teeth-in-an-Hour). Implants with a new modern Dental Implant Technology.

New implant treatment and modern computer technology makes it possible to get jammed teeth over an hour. A scan of the patient's bone forms the basis for organizing the entire operation on a computer. On the day of surgery becomes denture inserted without having to be cut, which for example makes healing much easier. There is no swelling, pain or stitches. One treatment involved at all levels makes it much more comfortable for the patient. This method is typically 15-20% more expensive than traditional implant treatment.

The technique can be used on single, multiple or full mouth cases

Any treatment requires a thorough appraisal. For instance, to be determined whether there is sufficient bone, if there is overall concern as disease, radiation therapy of head, neck, smoking or anything that can possibly influence the treatment prognosis, and take into account what is possible. can and should be done afterwards. Implants are a safe way to replace teeth, whether you've lost one, many or all of his teeth. A dental implant is made of titanium and shaped like a screw, is inserted into the jawbone and serves as a root for the new tooth. It may be crowns, bridges or dentures retained with screws or snaps. The result looks like and feels like natural teeth.

Dental Implants and modern Implant Technology

Process. Fixed teeth in one hour (teeth-in-an-hour) is a new breakthrough surgical technique, offered by a number of implant clinics across the country. New technology makes it possible that edentulous in one hour can be inserted implants and fixed teeth, where before it could take up to six months to get a new over the mouth. In preliminary investigations CT scan (Computed Tomography) jaws together with a model of the desired future teeth and produce a 3-dimensional image of the mouth and jaw bone. Recordings are edited on the computer where the dentist exactly determine where the implants should sit in order to be placed in the 'good bones'. From the computer model, using CAD / CAM technique produced both the completed bridge and also a guide rail that is placed on the patient, so the implants will sit exactly where desired.

Inserting the Implant

Day of operations. On the day of surgery is a precise surgical guide and the finally bridge ready. The patient local anesthetic, the surgical guide positioned and are fixed and the implants are placed through small 'holes' punched in the gums. After typically 1 hour, all implants screwed in and the final bridge with the new teeth are screwed. This method makes the surgery less painful and more gentle, and the subsequent time without much discomfort, so it shortly after surgery can both eat, drink and smile, and thus return to everyday life with full of life and turn that function immediately.

Advantages and disadvantages

Advantages and disadvantages. The procedure is fast and gentle and makes you leave the clinic during one hour. And then you can eat, chew, drink and smile immediately after surgery. Generally refer to the new method as without special after-effects. However, only patients with good bone quality that can get implants. And so the method is a more expensive than traditional implant treatment. From clinic to clinic, there may be a difference whether one gets inserted a temporary bridge or the permanent bridge, but whatever you go from the clinic with teeth in the mouth. The thing is that some dentists prefer to let the swelling decrease before the permanent teeth affixed. - Click more about crowns, bridges and implants >>

Dental Implant Costs

About implant costs. Method Teeth-in-an-Hour is a 15-20% more expensive than traditional implant treatment but also an investment that can be expected to last for 25-30 years and with an increased quality of life. Typically, health insurance is not awarded for implants and a private health insurance only slightly. Talk to your dentist (dental surgeon) and get a cost estimate.

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