Dental implants allow people who have lost a tooth to recover the proper functioning of their oral cavity and dental esthetics. At Noguerol Clinic(Granada) we have specialists in the placement of dental implants.
What are dental implants?
Implant dentistry is the part of dentistry that deals with the rehabilitation of missing teeth by placing implants.
Dental implants are artificial roots that are placed in place of the natural root of healthy teeth. They are used to replace missing teeth and are able to adapt and coexist in a healthy way with the mouth of a patient who needs them.
The absence of teeth contributes to a continuous and progressive loss of bone, therefore, rehabilitation with implants improves the esthetics, function and health of our patients.
The purpose of a dental implant prescription is to allow the person who lacks one or more teeth to chew, speak and smile normally.
From our clinic and with all the personal and technological means that currently accompany these works, we also propose implantology as a further step in most periodontal treatments, thus giving our customers the option to complete the maintenance processes and improve their dental quality and personal esteem.
About Our Dental Implant Treatments
Immediate loading or teeth in 24 hours
Immediate load implants are an advanced and predictable technique in implant dentistry that allows us to place implants and fixed teeth in less than 24 hours. Clínica Noguerol’s patients can recover the esthetics of their smile and the functionality of their mouth in just one day.
To be eligible for this type of implant, the patient must present the following characteristics:
Have sufficient quantity and quality of maxillary bone.
Adequate dental hygiene.
Not suffer from any serious systemic disease that could cause the failure of the implant.
It is not indicated for smokers, as it would prevent proper healing and promote peri-implantitis.
Immediate implants cannot be placed on people who clench or grind their teeth (bruxism) or who have noticeable bite problems.
It requires a previous selection of the case and a very precise planning, but in the indicated cases it is a totally reliable technique.
Minimally invasive surgeries. Minimal discomfort during surgery and pain-free postoperative period.
No need for incisions or sutures in many occasions. In these cases the surgery is quick and the postoperative period is very comfortable for the patient.
The final position of the implants is decided according to the functional and esthetic requirements of the final prosthesis. Finally, this virtual planning of the implants is transferred to the surgical guide which, once placed in the patient’s mouth, will determine the exact position where the implant should be placed.
The ain advantages of implant-assisted surgery are: minimization of the patient’s postoperative pain and swelling, a shorter surgical time are: minimizing the patient’s postoperative pain and swelling, a shorter surgical time and the placement of the implant exactly in the position that has been planned.
It is possible to perform treatments with absolute precision and obtain high quality results, thanks to the computer pre-planning and the execution of the implant surgery through the surgical guide.
As in all cases, it is necessary to make an individualized clinical and radiological individualized clinical and radiological study individualized clinical and radiological study of each patient is necessary to consider the indication for this technique.
Proprietary 3D radiological systems
New technologies make it possible to obtain three-dimensional images of the mouth,teeth and jawbone. We can work on them as if they were from the same mouth. In this way, we study and plan the most appropriate dental treatment for each case.
This procedure allows us to reduce the intervention time,minimize the swelling after the operation, and in some cases, the placement of the teeth on the spot.
What is the procedure to follow?
The procedure to be followed is different in each case and must be personalized. Your implantology team will inform you in detail. Usually includes:
Initial study and planning phase
This is very important, because the more time and resources are devoted at this stage, the simpler and safer the treatment will be.
One or more actions during the surgical phase
They will depend on the protocol to be applied and may be in one or two phases, with or without immediate loading. We frequently perform minimally invasive surgical procedures with minimal postoperative discomfort.
In this phase, several visits are required to customize the prosthesis on the implants.
It is necessary to ensure a good long-term prognosis and to avoid risks such as peri-implantitis or other maladjustments.
Advantages of Dental Implants
Dental implants have a number of advantages based on the simplicity of their operation: