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What exactly are immediate implants?

We are aware that anything as obvious as a lost or decayed tooth in your smile can undermine your self-esteem and make simple activities like eating uncomfortable. For patients in this condition, traditional dental implants are a fantastic alternative because we can restore their smile with implants that have the same appearance, strength, and durability as natural teeth. Typically, an implant is placed by inserting a tiny titanium screw into the jawbone's socket to serve as a new root. The replacement teeth are then fitted into place to fill the same function and position as the missing tooth.

In between procedures, this treatment typically necessitates some rest and recuperation. After removing the tooth or teeth, the implants are inserted. However, the new teeth cannot be placed on the jaw until at least 6 weeks have passed to allow the implant to completely fuse to the jawbone and heal..

Because they don't need this additional six weeks for healing and recuperation, immediate implants vary from conventional implants. On the same day as the extraction, rapid implants can be put directly into the socket. This is why same-day implants, which are also known as quick implants, are intended to permanently restore and replace teeth..

The advantages of this surgical process include the ability to insert the new temporary restoration and implant dental implants into the jawbone on the same day that the tooth is extracted. Patients who don't want to wait, who prefer the comfort of a quicker surgical process, and who want treatment that results in teeth that seem natural should choose for same-day implants. The clinical team's ability to keep the bone and gums in better condition throughout the surgery also contributes to the delivery of results that are more superior in terms of appearance, according to all available evidence.

Who are suitable for immediate implants?

Patients who need immediate implants typically have some degree of dental trauma or destruction to their teeth, or they may have lost good teeth due to illness, decay, or normal wear and tear. Although there are a few exceptions, the majority of patients are eligible for immediate implantation.

Patients who smoke or consume large amounts of alcohol may be discouraged from getting immediate implants or maybe any type of dental implants. A healthy and clean treatment area is necessary for the surgical technique of immediate implant insertion. The location might not be safe for treatment right now if there is excessive drinking or smoking. Additionally, quick implant insertion followed by strong drinking or prolonged smoking may hinder the healing process. The implants could malfunction if the area does not heal adequately.

For the same reasons, some patients with dental health issues or poor oral hygiene may not be candidates for rapid implants. Attending a consultation with one of our dentists is the best method to determine if you qualify for immediate implants. They will be able to evaluate your oral hygiene, oral health history, and probable reasons why you might not be a good fit. They might also suggest other dental procedures that are less intrusive yet still provide the same results, like dentures.

What takes place during a quick implant procedure?

A consultation with a dentist precedes the start of any dental procedure we do. Your dentist will enquire about your general health, dental history, and oral hygiene practises. They will then examine your mouth to see if there are any potential problems that would prevent you from having urgent implant surgery. If you are a good candidate, your dentist will go over the benefits and drawbacks of the procedure with you as well as what to anticipate. You will be provided an appointment to finish the diagnostic records if you agree to move further.

For the immediate implant installation at our Dental Clinic, you'll schedule a different appointment.

You have the option of choosing sedation on the day of surgery to assist make the operation more comfortable. Our on-staff sedationist will go over what to anticipate before putting you to sleep.

You might need to have a tooth extracted in order to remove any remaining dead or incomplete tooth material before the implant can be installed. On the same day as the dental implant installation, the socket will be cleansed and prepared by drilling.

Your dentist will next carefully place the dental implants using computer guidance before screwing in the replacement teeth. To give your smile a natural finish, the colour of your new implant-supported restoration will be chosen to complement the shade of your neighbouring teeth.

Your dentist will provide you with post-operative aftercare instructions after the procedure is over and your implants are in place so that you can give them the best chance of success. In the initial days, you can experience some soreness and edoema, but these symptoms should go away.



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