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What is Dental Implant? (27/11/2013)

Tooth is lost due to many reasons such as congenital absence, trauma, dental disease as well as mechanical failure. The impacts of tooth loss include speech problems, chewing problems, weakening of other teeth... especially your smile less confident ...

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Implant Placement (27/11/2013)

The various types include screws, cylinders or blades surgically placed into the jawbone. Each implant holds one or more prosthetic teeth. This type of implant is generally used as an alternative for patients with bridges or removable dentures.

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BONE GRAFTING (02/06/2015)

Bone grafts are performed where someone has insufficient bone density in their jaw to support a dental implant. It is important that there is enough bone volume to enable the implant to secure itself to the jaw and support a false tooth. A bone graft ...

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Procedure (02/06/2015)

This procedure can sometimes involve an overnight stay in hospital and a general anaesthetic. There are a few risks with a general anaesthetic although these will be explained to you beforehand. Follow any instructions given which will include ...

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Dental Implant and Dental Bridge (05/06/2015)

Dental Implant is a replacement for the root of a tooth. Its shape looks like a small screw made from titanium. An implant is inserted into the jawbone, an abutment is then connected to it which allows the fitting of the crown or bridge.

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Dental Implants in ONE DAY (02/06/2015)

All-on-4™ or All-on-6™ is the name of an effective and efficient technique normally using 4 or 6 dental implants in the upper or lower jaw to secure a permanent set of natural looking, replacement teeth. This allows for a long term, permanent ...

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