Implant Treatment for Bone Failure
Implant Treatment for Bone Failure
Implants are applications used to remove dental deficiencies in the mouth. The dentist examines the areas where the implant will be applied. In this examination, the patient’s general health, oral and dental health and gum health are discussed separately. If any problems arise as a result of the evaluation, treatment should be performed before implant application.
The bone structure, density, height and thickness of the area where the implant will be placed should be appropriate for this procedure. Radiographic examination is performed to determine this.
X-rays provide information about general oral and dental health and provide two-dimensional imaging. This method may not give clear information about the measurement. When planning the implant treatment, DVT, which provides three-dimensional imaging, is preferred. Soft tissue and bone details that cannot be seen in other imaging may also be seen in these tomographies. In this way, the quality of treatment is improved.
In dental volumetric tomography, 6 to 1 of conventional tomography has radiation. The radiated beam is 15 times the panoramic x-ray. In addition, the rays can be set to display only the targeted area. In this way, the surrounding sensitive docks are protected.
Melting in the jaw bone called resorption occurs due to premature loss of teeth, toothlessness for a long time, tooth extraction due to excessive inflammation and gum diseases.
Bone resorption caused by gum disease can be prevented by regular checks, thorough cleaning, operation and non-surgical cleaning if necessary. To prevent bone resorption after tooth extraction, graft materials that increase bone formation can be placed in the cavity.
Patients with such problems can be implanted. Implantability depends on the amount of bone resorption. Implant application is possible after necessary bone treatment.
Bone dissolution in the body and bone dissolution in the mouth are completely different from each other. Although bone resorption is very intense in the body, it may not be present in the mouth at all. This could be the exact opposite. Therefore, it is wrong to think that when there is bone resorption in the body, it is also present in the mouth and implants cannot be made.
The bones may dissolve if there is a large cyst in any tooth, especially if there is a tooth extraction in the upper jaw region, especially if there is a tooth extraction towards the back, if the cavities from birth are below. In such cases, operation may be required before implantation. At the same time, on the one hand bone construction, on the one hand implant application is done.
Bone dissolution in the lower jaw is common. If the remaining amount of bone is insufficient for the implant, bone powder supplementation is performed by applying local anesthesia. With this process, the implant is applied by increasing the height and thickness of the bone.
One of the most common bone problems is the approach to the upper jaw and the lower jaw nerve due to bone resorption. In cases such as bone resorption problem in the lower jaw and upper jaw and insufficient amount of bone, sinus elevation is performed in addition to bone dust supplementation.
Problems such as gum disease and loss of teeth at an early age lead to a decrease in bone level. Expansion of the neighboring sinus cavity within the mouth may also cause this problem. In this case, before implantation, sinus elevation and bone powder called crest are supplemented.
Sinus augmentation is a process where the thickness and height of the bones in the posterior region of the upper jaw are not sufficient. In this case, bone powder is placed at the base of the sinus. After the sessions, wait a while and place the implants.
The bone augmentation process, known as bone augmentation, is performed when the bone level, quantity, height, thickness and density are low. This process uses the patient’s own bone or specially produced bone powders. Sometimes the same procedure is applied by adding bone.
Preservation is applied in case the implant is applied to the cavity remaining in the session where the tooth is pulled. Its purpose is to ensure adequate ossification in that space. Some biocompatible materials or bone powders are introduced into the cavity where the tooth is pulled. Recovery is completed in 2 – 3 months. After this time, the implant is made.
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