How Dental Implants Work?
Dental Implants are metal posts or frames, which are surgically positioned into the jawbone underneath your gums; once they are placed, they facilitate dentists to mount replacement teeth onto them.
As implants fuse to your jawbone, they provide steady support for artificial teeth. Dentures and bridges mounted implants won’t move in your mouth. They are especially beneficial while eating and speaking. This secure fit helps dentures and bridges as well as individual crowns positioned over the implants. Feel more normal than usual bridges or dentures.
Some people don’t find ordinary bridges and dentures comfortable because of sore spots, poor ridges or gagging. In addition, normal bridges need to be attached to teeth on either side of the space vacated by a missing tooth. A benefit of implants is that no neighbouring teeth need to be primed or ground down to clasping your new surrogate tooth in place.
To get implants you require strong gums and sufficient bone to support the implant. You also need to commit, let your dental structure healthy. Meticulous oral hygiene and standard dental visits are pivotal to the long-term success of dental implants.
Types of Implants
Endosteal Implants: These implants are surgically implanted directly into the jawbone. As the surrounding tissue is healed, a second surgery required to connect a post to the original implant. To finish artificial tooth is attached to the post-individually or grouped on a bridge or denture.
Subperiosteal Implants: These implants include metal frame that is fitted onto the jawbone just underneath the gum tissue, as the gum heal, the frame fixed to the jawbone. Posts that are attached to the frame protrude through the gums.