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    What is a Dental Implant?

    A Dental implant refers to an artificial root made out of a bio-­‐compatible metal like Titanium Or Zirconium. The implant can be placed surgically in the jaw bone and can be followed by a crown or bridge. Once inside the jaw bone, it slowly integrates and becomes a part of the body just like a natural tooth.

    Getting the dental implant in Delhi under the guidance of a professional orthodontist is crucial for satisfying results.

    Why do you need a dental implant?

    If there is a tooth loss due to decay or trauma, or there is a congenitally missing tooth (missing by birth), the patient needs to replace it with a prosthetic/ artificial tooth. Among the various methods of tooth replacement, a dental implant is the most successful and long-­‐lasting one. Tooth loss can be a highly debilitating condition and can have serious harmful effects if tooth replacement is not done in time.

    Our upper and lower teeth fit into each other just like a Key Fits a lock. A definite alignment and balance naturally occur when a healthy set of teeth is present and the dental implant in Delhi is done by an orthodontist with years of hands-on experience. Once tooth loss due to any reason occurs, contact for the opposing tooth is lost and the health of the opposite tooth is at a huge risk.

    By nature, our teeth are meant to contact each other, and loss of natural contact can cause the opposing tooth to drift in an attempt to create a new contact. All this disturbs the natural alignment and creates a disturbance in the jaw function and chewing pattern of the patient.

    Since the procedure is quite extensive and requires a skilled professional for a higher success rate, it is crucial that you get the procedure done at the best dental clinic in Delhi.

    Alternative to Dental Implants

    There are a couple of alternatives that one can consider:

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    Advantages of Dental Implants

    The main advantage of a dental implant is that it is the closest simulation of a natural tooth in terms of look, feel, and function. If the patient has no systemic infection like uncontrolled diabetes or severe bleeding disorders, this is the most comfortable form of tooth replacement. In case multiple teeth are missing, ALL-­‐ON-­‐4/6/8 treatment can be carried out for the patient wherein multiple teeth in an arch can be anchored over 4/6/8 dental implants. This varies from case to case depending on bone density and structure etc.

    Types of Implants :-

    Procedure at Coral Dental

    When the patient first walks into our clinic, a systemic assessment is done for the patient for any underlying disorders. After the entire health check, a surgical check-up is done by the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon regarding bone health and density. Computed Tomography is used to analyze the placement depth and anteroposterior positioning of the implants.

    After preliminary work is completed a Digital Stent is fabricated for aiding in the 3-­‐D implant placement and the procedure is carried out in a 30-minute appointment. Advanced bone grafting materials are used to facilitate quick Osseo-­‐integration and enhance the stability of the implant. Once the implants are secured in place, a digital impression is recorded by the prosthetic consultant for planning the prosthetic phase of implant therapy. Depending on the required healing time the crowns can be delivered to the patient any time after 72 hours.

    Consulting the best dental clinic in Delhi is crucial for undergoing a safe procedure with minimal complications.

    Cost of Dental Implant at Coral Dental

    An implant treatment at Coral Dental can cost anywhere between Rs. 20,000-­‐Rs. 80,000 (per implant). This is the base cost of dental implants in Delhi.

    This cost includes:

    Phase I treatment – Fabrication of 3D-designed stent, surgical implant placement, placement of bone grafting materials, and closure of the surgical site with resorbable sutures.

    2-­‐3 appointments of follow-­‐up are planned if immediate loading of the implant is not planned. To maintain the natural occlusion and balance after tooth loss, in most cases a temporary or provisional crown is planned during the healing phase.

    Phase II treatment-­‐after the healing is complete in 8-­‐12 weeks, a digital impression is taken by the prosthetic consultant, and fabrication of the prosthetic framework is initiated. This includes support from the casting and milling laboratories and CAD-­‐CAM (computer-aided design and computer-aided milling) software support. The crowns milled under CAD-­‐CAM have accurate design and contours which allow us to eliminate errors of all kinds. Once the prosthesis in the form of crown and bridges is received, the framework is cemented/screwed over the implant abutment.

    Post - Treatment Care

    The tissue around the implant determines implant success. At Coral Dental we encourage patients for Oral Hygiene Home Maintenance using a powered toothbrush and water flosser.

    Oral Prophylaxis or Ultrasonic cleaning every quarter is gold-­‐standard in maintaining general oral and tissue health.

    FAQs

    What type of procedures does an implantologist do in Delhi?

    The implantologist will take care of both Phase I and Phase II to Implant therapy

    Phase I-­‐ Surgical placement of the implant in the jaw bone, planning of 3D stents, bone grafting procedures and closure of surgical site with sutures. Following up the surgical procedure to ensure healing.

    Phase II-­‐ Prosthesis(crown and bridge) planning, fabrication, coordinating CAD-­‐CAM Design and Milling procedures and Cementing/screwing the crown/bridge over the implant.

    How long does implant treatment take?

    Implant treatment can take anywhere between 72 hours to 12 weeks depending on the condition of the site where the implant is planned.

    Does Implant procedure requires follow up?

    Yes, every implant procedure should be followed up to ensure the success of the implant and associated prosthesis.

    What happens if you don’t get dental implants?

    If you choose to not get implants or implant procedure is not suited for you, then you must choose any other option of tooth replacement. The implant is the most long-­‐lasting method of tooth replacement. If tooth replacement is not done in the time it can seriously affect your jawbones and can even cause headaches due to excessive pressure on fewer teeth.

    What is the consultation fees of an implantologist?

    The consultation fees in India can be anywhere between Rs.300-­‐3000.
    This however does not include and treatment or treatment planning.

    What is the average cost of a dental implant?

    The average cost of a dental implant in India is lesser than any western countries. The materials although would be the same as those available there. A dental implant in India can cost anywhere between 20,000-­‐ 80,000 INR.

    How painful is a dental implant?

    The procedure is carried out under local anaesthesia which is administered to the patient with a very thin needle near the site of implant placement. Once the anesthesia starts working, the procedure can be finished in a 30-­‐45 minute appointment without any pain.

    how long does a dental implant last?how long does a dental implant last?

    Dental implant can last a lifetime if the patient takes care of his routine dental cleaning visits, does not smoke and is systemically healthy.

    what are the negative effects of dental implants?

    Apart from slight discomfort near the site of implant placement for 48-­‐ 72 hours, there is no negative effect of dental implants.

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