Today there are many types of implants created by many various companies. They are not all the similar There are giant companies within the health care field who have made implants for years and small start-up companies who make them. There are also totally different implant designs for various situations. Canada has been a leader in dental…[Read more]
There are lot of factors involved when placing implants, which determine the healing time.the healing process is from 3 months to 6 months, depending on the position of the implant, quality of bone around the implant, and the actual surgery. A lot can be determined by the surgeon during implant placement, and each surgeon will tailor the healing…[Read more]
It has some associated discomfort. However, many of our dental implant patients comment that they felt minimal and a short duration of discomfort. A combination of local anesthesia and sedation dentistry will be used if necessary. Most patients will be prescribed pain medication by our dentists to relieve any post-surgical pain or discomfort after…[Read more]
Hey, I had an accident a few months ago. I had a severe back injury and was bedridden for three months. After the three months, I began to undergo physiotherapy to fix my spine. It has been two months and now I can walk on my own.
The thing is I haven’t given attention to my other losses in the accident! I feel very sad now, I lost my front…[Read more]
Dental implant is very safe process and it is painless process if it is done by expert. Dentists can give local injection to prevent pain and you can take painkiller after process for five days. Recovery phase is usually 5/10 days depending on your body condition and oral health
Thanks for replying. I have accidentally watched a few YouTube videos that is what stopping me now. Like I’m not gonna drop this plan anyway, but kind of afraid. I’m a bit over concerned about the risk factors of getting infected and nerve damage. But feeling better now, also I had my first appointment too.
Thanks for your kind words.
a failed #29 (45) implant needed to be removed and the defect was to be augmented with Bone cement (Bond Apatite ®Augma biomaterials ltd.)
After sulcular incision and detachment of the soft tissue from the implant,a buccal flap was minimally raised. The implant was then removed.
After complete debridement and granulation tissue removal,
After clinical and radiographic evaluation due to the poor prognosis of the existing dentition. The treatment plan was to extract all the existing lower teeth and in addition to removing the 2 failed implants 45,46 (29,30) while keeping implant 33 (22) in place. Thereafter, to perform immediate implant placement of 3 implants and simultaneously…[Read more]
Lateral augmentation can be challenging unless bone cements are used.
In this case, a very narrow ridge was augmented simultaneously with implant placement. The ridge and the exposed implant threads were covered and augmented by Bond apatite Bone graft cement
Before the extraction a vertical cut was performed 2 mm into the mobile mucosa, thereafter the flap was reflected and complete debridement was done.
Bond Apatite cement was used to augment the site and the flap was closed with tension directly above the cement for maximal closure. During closure up to 3 mm of exposure is acceptable, however not…[Read more]
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