The problem of tooth loss is not only aesthetic in nature – an unattractive appearance and poor diction, the person ceases to enjoy a meal. Absence of teeth leads to atrophy of the jaw itself, and a shift in dentition. Therefore, it is not surprising that anyone with such a problem wants to undergo dental implantation. Dental implantation has firmly taken its position in the tooth replacement market. How does implant prosthetics differ from an ordinary prosthesis? Implant is something used to replace the root of a tooth. It is implanted in the bone tissue of the jaw, and then a prosthesis is fixed on it. Main advantages of implantation: -possibility of inserting prosthesis even in the complete absence of teeth; -implant replaces the root of the tooth, strengthens dentition, and prevents atrophy of the bone; -there is no adjustment period in speaking and eating. Dental implantation is virtually painless. Local anesthesia is enough to insert dental implants. However, because the demand for such services is very high, there is so many substandard operations. Their effects are often very sad - crooked teeth and poor diction are not the worst outcome. Before you decide on dental implantation, you need full awareness of this issue, and a thorough preliminary investigation. It is equally important to have mutual understanding and trust between the doctor and the patient. The doctor can help you identify whether there are contraindications, to determine the type of implant, the insertion method, etc. Main components needed for a successful dental implantation:
- professional level of the experts performing the implantation;
- equipment to obtain baseline information;
- equipment for implant insertion.
The emergence of the software package Implant-Assistant in this field raises implantation procedure to a whole new level.
This innovative complex consists of twoo modules. The first module – Implant-Assistant – is used to process CT scans and simulate the look of your future smile; to gather all the information necessary for the operation, which is the key to the successful outcome of the operation. In the last stage, Implant-Guide creates a model of surgical guide (Implant-Guide). This guide helps the doctor to insert dental implants at the planned location during the operation. This software enables a comprehensive approach to operations, both in dental implantation and in oral surgery in general. This approach allows to avoid mistakes as much as possible during operations and ensures that dental implants are ideally located in the jaw. From the outside, such teeth do not differ from the natural teeth around them. Besides, they are reliable and durable.