Service: Dental Implant

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Dental Implant

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are the very latest advancements in dental replacement technology. Lost or damaged teeth can now be quickly and easily replaced with a more permanent, natural looking and functional alternative than bridges or dentures. With the amazing prices and discounts at Denta-joy dental clinics in Bangkok, more people than ever before can now benefit from this life-changing treatment.

 

With all the advancements in healthcare and medical treatments over the last century, more and more people are living longer, healthier lives. However, this increased longevity has brought with it some unforeseen drawbacks.

 

If properly looked after, your teeth can last you a lifetime, but with increased longevity, more people than ever before are finding the need to look for replacements. In the past, people have used dentures or bridges to replace lost and damaged teeth,but both of these have their limitations and inconveniences.

 

Dentures that have to be removed every night and glued in place every morning often come loose and shift in the mouth, making speech awkward and eating certain foods impossible. Add to this the discomfort many denture wearers feel and they are far from an ideal solution. While crowns are fixed in place, they need to be periodically replaced and often affect the surrounding teeth and gums. It is no wonder that many people have chosen not to replace lost teeth in the past, accepting instead the lost confidence that comes with unsightly gaps in their teeth. 

Now this can all be a thing of the past as advancements in dental technology have led to a permanent solution that provides replacement teeth with durability, aesthetic beauty and practical functionality. Thanks to Denta-joy, this technology is now affordable to more people than ever before.

Just like natural teeth

Just like natural teeth, dental implants have a root and a crown. The root is made of titanium, which has the best record of compatibility with the human body. Unlike dentures or bridges, the crowns on dental implants are attached to the implanted titanium root, which is in turn fixed to the jawbone. This makes implants more permanent than either dentures or regular crowns and allows them to fit as snugly and securely as the originals without adversely affecting any surrounding teeth.
This means that they not only look completely natural, but they are also the closest thing to real teeth. No more taking dentures out every night or fixing them back in place every morning. Once the new implant has settled, it will feel and function like your original tooth. You will be able to smile and speak with confidence, and eat all your favourite foods without ever worrying about the implants. In fact, the implants are so alike natural teeth in appearance and feel that you will soon forget they are there.
If you lack the confidence to smile because of one or more missing or broken teeth; if you wear dentures but find them uncomfortable or prohibitive to your quality of life, you could be an ideal candidate to take advantage of dental implants. Contact us to arrange consultation with our experienced and highly qualified implantologists to find out if you are eligible for this life-changing treatment.

Advantages

  • Boosts confidence and improves personality. If there are missing teeth, one may you lose confidence in yourself.
  • Dental Implants fill out spaces lowering risk of cavities.
  • Restores chewing ability and function. The implants will replace the structure of the loss tooth/teeth..
  • Improved speech.
  • Reduce the anxiety brought by frequent dislocation and instability of dentures.

LIMITATIONS

  • Can be a little costly compared with dentures.
  • Not advisable for young patients who are still growing.
  • Patients with Osteoporosis should have clearance from his/her physician, due that Osteoporosis affects survival of dental implants.
  • People with certain medical conditions such as uncontrolled type of diabetes or cancer patients must be pre-evaluated.
  • Patient who are regular smokers have higher risk of treatment failure.

faq: dental implants

A: Dental implants are for anyone who lacks the confidence to smile because of missing or broken teeth, or for people who are tired of the restrictions of dentures. For the implants to be successful, you need a healthy jawbone and gums. However, our specialists can first build up your jaw with bone grafts if necessary. Arrange for a consultation with our dedicated and professional implantologists who can advise you on whether you are eligible for implants.

A: If you lack confidence because you have spaces in your smile from missing or broken teeth, if you have no natural teeth left, or if you are tired of cumbersome and awkward dentures, you are a perfect candidate to benefit from dental implants. If you want to smile with confidence once more, or if you don’t want teeth that impair your quality of life because they don’t fit well, feel uncomfortable, or prevent you from eating all your favourite foods, you should consider the life-changing benefits of dental implants.

A: Dental implants are long-lasting replacements for missing or broken teeth. Unlike dentures that have to be removed, cleaned and glued, dental implants are permanently fixed in place, making them both look and
feel like natural teeth. A small cylinder is set into the jawbone in much the same way as the original tooth root, and a crown is then attached to replace the missing tooth or teeth. The root is made of titanium which has the highest compatibility rate with the human body and each crown is carefully designed to replicate the original tooth in both appearance and function so that it will look and feel like a natural tooth.

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The process can be divided into two easy and painless phases. First the new root is fixed into the jawbone. Once the replacement root has healed and is strong enough, the crown is attached and the implant is complete. Follow up visits are then scheduled just to monitor the new implant to ensure that it fits, looks and functions perfectly.

A: With the advancements in dental technology and the expertise and experience of our implantologists, the whole process can be completed in one day if the immediate load option is deemed the best choice for you. For those who are more suited to the conventional method, the first phase is to implant the titanium root, and this takes between two and three hours. Once the new root has healed and is strong enough, the crown is attached. This is usually three to six months later. With both options, we then arrange periodical follow up visits after 1, 3 and 6 months to monitor the implant.

A: Dental implants are permanent replacements for your natural teeth. The new root is designed to last a lifetime, although the crown may need to be replaced after ten to fifteen years. You can extend the life of your implants by treating them just like natural teeth by brushing, rinsing with mouth wash and flossing to keep the implant and gums healthy.

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