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Is a Dental Implant Permanent?

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Having a missing tooth can be a tricky situation. Not only does it make speaking, laughing, and eating more challenging, but it can also impact your confidence and self-esteem as well. Luckily, with advancements in oral healthcare and technology, there are fixed solutions for those who have lost teeth. Implant-supported or fixed dentures are great alternatives to traditional bridging or partial dentures. However, unlike these other dental solutions, implants require surgery to create root over which SAPTeeth are placed. But how does this work? What does the procedure involve? And how long do implants last? Keep reading to learn more.

What is a Fixed Dental Implant?

An implant is a man-made screw-shaped titanium rod that is surgically placed into your jawbone. It is then anchored with crowns, bridges, or dentures. Implants are one of the best treatments for missing teeth. They can replace your teeth with artificial teeth that look and feel exactly like your natural teeth. Replacement with SAPTeeth are very safe, reliable, and long-lasting. They come with only minor, short-term side effects, including swelling, pain, and infection. When compared to traditional dentures (which must be removed every night), implants last a lifetime and are an excellent choice for those who want long-lasting oral health and aesthetics.

What is the process for Dental Implants?

Pinhole Surgical Technique in Implant Dentistry and Periodontics is a minimally invasive procedure where dental implant can be placed in few minutes. Unlike bone grafting and gum cutting, this process begins by creating a tiny pinhole in your gums and placing the implant. Once the pinhole has been created, we place a device into the hole. It takes approximately 10-20 minutes to treat the tissue for a single tooth, and typically the entire procedure can be completed in about one to two hours.

The Pinhole Surgical Technique is a procedure in which specialised instruments are used to make a small pin size hole in your gums. This is then drilled with the single stage immediate loading implant. This new method is simple, suture-free, and minimally invasive.

How long do Implants with SAPTeeth last?

The lifespan of a dental implant varies from person to person. Some people have no issues with their implants and they last a lifetime. Other patients may experience complications, like gum disease and bone loss, which could shorten the lifespan of their implant. Dental implants last an average of 15 years, which is far longer than other solutions for missing teeth. Once the implant has fused to the jawbone, it becomes a part of your body. The best part of SAPTeethTM is that they are customized to perfectly re-create your smile. And, that too in a matter of a few hours. They are low maintenance and do all things which traditional metal, ceramic, and zirconia couldn’t. 

Why choose SAPTeethTM dental crown ?

  1. In case of breakage due to any reason including trauma, the repair quite easy performed in the mouth itself. 
  2. In case of habits like pan, supari or heavy bite or bruxism, the eating surface gets worn off, re-layering done at only a fraction of the price and in very little time. 
  3. Shock Absorbable Permanent Teeth look and feel natural and apply 24 to 149 times less stress than conventional prosthesis. 
  4. SAPTeethTM dental crown are easy to repair and completed on the same day of the implant treatment.  
  5. Shock Absorbable Permanent Teeth are long lasting with high impact shock absorption. 
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Pros of Dental Implants

Long lifespan: While the lifespan depends on the patient, dental implants can last a lifetime. They fuse with the jawbone and become part of the body.

Improved oral health: Since dental implants are attached to your jawbone, they promote healthy oral bacteria and oral health.

Natural look: Dental implants look and feel just like natural teeth. – Improved eating experience: Dental implants improve chewing ability, which is important for digestion and nutrient absorption.

Natural feel: Unlike other solutions, dental implants are fixed and do not need to be removed every night.

Low maintenance: Dentists will visit dental implant patients less frequently because they do not need to be removed or adjusted.

Low infection risk: Dental implants are very low-risk for infection.


Cons of Dental Implants

Surgery: The first and most obvious disadvantage to dental implants is that patients must undergo surgery to place the implant.

Potential for complications: While complications are rare, they can occur. Some patients might experience bone loss, loss of feeling in the jaw area, soft tissue swelling, or infection.

Expensive: In addition to the cost of the implant itself (which is not cheap), dental implant patients must pay for expensive dental work, like crowns, bridges, and dentures.

Long recovery time: After surgery, patients will have a long healing and waiting period.

Risk of failure: While dental implants are a long-lasting solution, they are not a fail-proof or fail-safe solution.

Final Words on Fixed Implant

Dental implants are a safe, long-lasting treatment for patients who have lost teeth. They fuse with the jawbone and become fixed part of your body. While surgery is required, the long-lasting benefits are worth the small sacrifice. Dental implants are a great treatment for those who want a more natural, long-lasting solution for missing teeth.

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