Dental implant is a great way to replace missing tooth or teeth and provides a permanent option. A titanium screw fixed into the bone around which the bone forms and the implants fused to the jaw bone. Over a period of time crown resembling natural tooth and then its replace over it. Dental implants have a higher success rate but about 5 to 10% of dental implants fail shortly after a procedure months or years later. Whats thew worst problem that can happen with a dental implant?
Thanks to the stability that dental implants offer, you will be able to smile, talk, and eat with confidence. Implants also help to stabilize and maintain the jaw bone, preventing future bone loss. Dental implants are a popular alternative to dentures. As dentures can be a hassle and may also contribute to bone loss in the jaw. Royal Dental Clinics has performed over 8000 such Same Day Fixed Teeth Implants. We have patients coming from all over the world, who pressed for time and get their smiles restored in just One Day, by the way of Same Day Implants.
Peri-implant Mucositis and Peri-implantitis Problem from Dental Implant
o undergo this procedure healthy gums are important criteria. Gum disease is an infection which leads to damage of the gums and jaw bone. If the infection not treated on time and implant place inflammation around periimplant tissues develops leading to periimplant mucositis. This complication can occur during early stages of healing. If the infection not controlled at this stage it may progress to a more advanced stage called as periimplantitis. All this could lead to implant failure.
Problems with Loose of Dental Implant
In the early stages of healing the process of fusion of dental implant with the bone takes place. This also called osseointegration and is important for the long term success of the implant. If due to certain reasons the implant fails to fuse with the bone it has to remove. Its needs to reattempted by the dental surgeon once the area has healed.
Nerve or Tissue Damage Problem from Dental Implant
Sometimes the dentist may unintentionally place dental implant close to the nerve. This can cause paresthesia, tingling sensation and pain. It may be transient or permanent. Injury to the inferior alveolar nerve in lower jaw can be serious. Symptoms such as numbness on the site of the implant, lower lip, chin, persistent pain or discomfort , tingling , burning sensation in gums and skin seen. Sometimes the implant can injure the surrounding blood vessels causing haematoma. The haematoma most commonly seen after implant insertion is in anterior mandible due to lingual perforation. For prevention of such complications detailed diagnosis and planning of surgery should be done.
Dental Implant causing Sinus Perforation Problem
Upper dental implants can protrude into the maxillary sinus causing swelling and inflammation known as sinusitis. Symptoms include swelling around the cheeks, eyes, forehead, pain blocked nose, sinus headache, toothache, high temperature.
Dental Implant problems from Excessive Force
Patients who have the habit of clenching of teeth during sleep, tobacco chewing should be informed regarding the ill effects of excessive force on implants. Excessive force can cause dental implant to crack or become loose. Smoking restricts blood flow to the gums causing dental implant failure. However still we can get a better outcome in smokers if they stop smoking till the healing is completed.
Medical conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes play a significant role in delaying the healing process. Delayed healing can prevent osseointegration leading to implant failure. Thus it is important to know the potential risk so that required steps can be taken prior to implant surgery. This includes follow up with the dentist for any gum or bone problem, practicing good oral hygiene before and after surgery and controlling of habits.
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