So you are considering dental implants? Whether you are replacing one tooth or a group of teeth, Implants are a long lasting solution. Clear Choice Implants could be the solution you are looking for.
If you are looking to support crown work, support for bridges or dentures. The use of dental implants allows for proper placement of the work performed. With the assistance of titanium in dental prosthesis a patient could expect to have great clinical results. This means that the strength of the tooth is strong and fracture resistant. Clear Choice Implants are a great solution for your dental needs.
Under general anesthesia, oral conscious sedation, intravenous sedation or nitrous oxide sedation most implants are performed as an outpatient procedure. Initially implant will be placed and time given to allow the growth of bone on and around the surface of the implant. This will give you less time at any given appointment and allow you too heal prior to having the crown or crowns applied. Although there are Mini dental implants that can be completed immediately. Both options have a high rate of success. Clear Choice Implants will perform the best procedure for your dental restoration.
Like most major dental work there are tools involved. Clear Choice Implants is no exception. With the use of drills a pilot hole is drilled into bone structures of your jaw. This is done after a small incision is placed over site where the implant will go. This allows for the implant screw to be placed. The screw is placed carefully as not to overload the bone.
Initially after placing the screw Dentist will allow two to six months prior to placing the crown or crowns. However in some cases they will perform these services sooner or even immediately. With Clear Choice Implants your healing is important for success of your implant. However, in most implants healing will take a total of four to six months for complete healing and regeneration of bone matter.
Since there are one-stage and two-stage surgery options actual completion of the procedure will depend on the procedure. Clear Choice Implants will inform you of all your options.
In one-stage the implant is placed and a cover screw is placed on the surface of the dental restoration. A second surgery is done to apply the healing abutment.
In some cases when a bone graft is placed a two-stage surgery may be an option. This will allow for more control over the healing. As a result more control over the final outcome.
There are different approaches to placing dental implants after a tooth extraction. Therefore these approaches should be thoroughly discussed with your dentist prior to procedure. Clear Choice Implants have a wide range of material for your viewing. This will inform you “the patient” as to proper post surgical care and allow for proper healing to ensure the integrity and life of the implant.