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Title: Key Things You Need to Know About Dental Implants


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Key Things You Need to Know About Dental Implants
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Lets say you have a lost tooth that, other than
making you feel bad about the whole ordeal,just
makes it a little difficult to chew or undermines
your bright smiling look. So, you decide togo
for an implant.But as soon as you have
discussed with the dentist in any of the
specialist dental clinic in Claremont, you seem
to hear a lot of terms that are entirely unknown
to you. You feel confused about what such a
procedure really involves.While such a feeling
is quite normal, you can always equip yourself
with important knowledge about the kind of dental
treatment we know as implants.Let us explain
some procedures and terminology related to dental
implants
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Dental implants can be made of various
materials.Ceramic and porcelain is the most
commonly used material for most dental implants
in dental treatment. Ceramic offers an ivory
white look can match the natural colour of the
teeth more easily than any other material used
for implants. Titanium is the ideal material
used in majority of dental implants. Generally
pure titanium comprises of trace elements such as
iron, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon all of which
are crucial to provide strength to the
material.It is used widely because it is
resistant to corrosion. Zirconium is another
widely used material with no risk of corrosion
involved and it is particularly useful for
patients with metal allergies. Most of the
materials mentioned here are useful for the
dental treatments while giving dental services a
boost.
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Various Types Of Dental Implants
  • Dental implants can be of several types including
    crowns, bridges, dentures, etc. Here we are going
    to explain two types of dental implants.

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  • A crown is a type of implant that replaces a
    single tooth that has been lost or broken. Our
    dentist in Claremont would basically fit a crown
    in place of your lost or broken tooth. These
    implants typically fit over the existing teeth
    though whether in functionality or in look they
    appear to be as regular as normal teeth.

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  • Dentures basically refers to false teeth and is a
    traditional solution to the missing teeth. They
    are often considered uncomfortable as people need
    to wear them when required and thus cannot offer
    the look and feel of the original implants.
  • Some dentures, with support of implants, can be
    permanent as well. Dentures, unlike permanent
    implants, are less comfortable and may not
    guarantee easy setting in the jawbone. So, it is
    preferable to visit the right dentist to get an
    optimal dental treatment.

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How Dental Implants Work?
  • A dental implant is a kind of medical fixture
    that allows support to your teeth in the jawbone.
    Various types of dental prostheses are used as
    implants including a bridge, crown, denture, or
    other types of facial prostheses.
  • Providing a strong and durable result capable of
    making your dental functions better is crucial
    for implants. Certain implants become part of the
    regular oral condition of the patient and last
    for life.

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Abutment Required To Hold The Implants In Place
  • An abutment basically refers to a connector
    attached with the dental implant to keep it
    firmly in its place. Such a connector can be
    attached to the dental implants of any type
    including tooth, crown or bridge.
  • We hope that this helped you get a quick overview
    about dental implants and how dental services can
    improve your dental health.

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AUTHOR SUMMARY
  • Dr. Nishant Vaishnav believes in combining
    technology and education to provide the highest
    quality of dentistry. He takes pride in his work
    and endeavours to help everyone achieve a great
    smile.
  • He graduated from University of Mumbai, India in
    year 2000. His perseverance led him to do further
    studies and completed his Masters in Periodontics
    in 2004.
  • He is also a member of ITI. He works in the
    capacity of Principal and General Dentist at
    Ashton Avenue Dental Practice.

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