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Conventional Implants (Single, Multiple, Full Arch)Conventional implants are applicable to almost anyone who is looking to replace one, multiple, all missing teeth with a permanent restoration solution. Conventional implants are done in 2 stages normally in 2 trips about 2 to 6 months apart. Conventional implants may be done for most types of bone conditions. If there is moderate or severe jaw bone loss, bone grafting may be needed with dental implantation.
3D Guided ImplantsGuided implant surgery is the process of planning the implant surgery on a computer using the patient’s CT image. The conventional method of using the patient’s panoramic x-ray to plan implant surgery cannot transfer the planning exactly as planned, however, guided implant surgery can transfer the plan as exactly as the doctor plans on the computer. To carry out the surgery exactly as the surgery plan, a custom surgical template and guided implant surgery kit are needed.
Flapless ImplantsFlapless implant surgery using surgical guide can shortens treatment times, surgery times and reduces swelling.
Immediate ImplantsImmediate implants are also known as one-day or same day implants. This is the case whereby dental implants are placed during the same time after teeth are extracted. Immediate implants are normally recommended only for cases with good jaw bone conditions and density.
Immediate Loaded ImplantsImmediate loaded implants are whereby permanent or temporary crowns, bridges or dentures are placed during the same trip when the dental implant posts are embedded in jaws. It is also known as immediate function implants. Immediate loaded implants may follow after conventional implants or immediate implants. Immediate loaded implants are normally recommended only for cases with good jawbone conditions. The immediate loading of dental implants shortens the treatment time and makes it possible to give the patient an aesthetic appearance during the whole treatment period.
Implant-Supported BridgeAn implant-supported bridge is similar to a regular dental bridge, but it is supported by implants and not by natural teeth. In most cases, when an implant-supported bridge is used, one implant is placed in the jawbone for each missing tooth. Then the crowns are connected to each other to form one piece.
Types of Bone Grafting
Bone GraftingBone grafting involves adding bone material to the affected area. Bone grafting procedures can be easily obtained from other areas of the jaw or from pre-packaged bone graft mineral.
Sinus Lift (Crestal / Lateral window approach)The maxillary sinuses are empty pockets behind your cheeks, above of your upper back teeth. Sometimes after an upper back tooth is removed and the socket heals, only a thin layer of bone will remain under the sinus.
Ridge AugmentationWhen teeth have been missing for extended periods of time, the bone remaining in the area may become too narrow and/or too short for implant placement. In these instances, small, carefully prepared and fitted grafts can be placed at the implant sites to provide adequate bone thickness and/or height.