A patient’s condition affects a dental implant

Patients sometimes do not want to take long to install an implant after the tooth is removed, so the installation of the implant immediately becomes an option. However, the doctor will still ensure that the patient’s gum bone is strong enough to support the dental implant. But if it turns out the patient’s bone is not strong enough, then it is not recommended. Because if the gum bone is not strong or thin, then the bone will not be able to hold dental implants and can be damaged. That’s why the orthodontist Winnipeg will always do their best in order to ensure your safety and comfort during such a process.

If the lower bone of the gum is not strong, then as a solution is the installation of synthetic bone taken from the jaw or waist of the patient as a substitute for the gum bone to support the dental implant to be installed patient. Thus, not all cases of dental implants can be done immediately after the tooth is removed. Except for the front teeth that do not need the power to bite.

The planting of dental implants is not restricted, even patients can install 11 dental implants at a time, certainly if the patient’s condition allows. The strength of the dental implant is relatively the same as the original dental strength as long as we take good care of the teeth. Dental plaque is usually not easily attached because the dental crown material is made of porcelain is slippery. So if only one tooth replaced, then you can install one tooth only. But if the teeth are damaged a lot, eg after an accident or other causes, then not necessarily can be overcome with dental implants.

Implant Installation Procedure

Initially, the doctor will diagnose fully your teeth to find out the right size for your teeth. The results of this diagnosis will know the length of the implant to be installed. The length of the implant is based on the root length of the tooth being replaced. Generally, the roots of adult teeth are 15 mm long and between 3.3 mm to 6 mm wide.

Upon installation, the patient will be anesthetized with a local anesthetic type and usually, an implant installation will be completed within 10 minutes. The implant installation process is not painful.