A classical implant comprises of a titanium screw which resembles the root of a tooth. The rough surface of this screw is treated to enhance the integration potential of the implant. A hole is drilled into jawbone and the implant is installed with care.
Although there are several types of implants, the osseointegrated implant is the most popular. Here, titanium is fused with the growing osteoblasts to form a supportive link between the implant and the living bone.
Dental implant surgeries are usually carried out as an outpatient procedure and may be done by qualified general dentists, cosmetic dentists or by prosthodontists.
Sometimes the treatment may involve several surgeries; in other cases, it may just require one.
Although the hospital stay is short, complete healing and integration (osseointegration) may take several months to complete.
The success of the implant surgery depends on the skill of the surgeon, quality of the jaw bone and also on the oral hygiene of the patient.
Studies have confirmed that the 5-year success rate is 90-95%. Smokers fare rather poorly.
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Latest Publications and Research on Dental ImplantsReal vs. virtual position of single implants installed in pre-maxilla via guided surgery: A proof of concept analyzing positional deviations. - Published by PubMed
ASSOCIATION OF SMOKING HABITS AND HEIGHT OF RESIDUAL BONE ON IMPLANT SURVIVAL RATE IN LATERAL SINUS LIFT: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. - Published by PubMed
A novel computational method to determine subject-specific bite force and occlusal loading during mastication. - Published by PubMed
Peri-implant tissue healing at implants with different designs and placement protocols: An experimental study in dogs. - Published by PubMed
Bone Response to Titanium Implants Coated with Double- or Single-Stranded DNA. - Published by PubMed