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Question - What is a dental implant and how to set?​

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"The implant consists of two parts – the implant and abutment, the first part – a hollow screw of a special material with biocovers which "screwed" into the jaw bone to restore lost tooth operation to restore a tooth using a dental implant usually. It takes place in three stages.
Phase 1 – operation on preparation of the bonebed for implant placement in the jawbone. After insertion of the implant in the inner hole set "root" screwed cap to prevent tissue ingrowth into the threaded channel. Then sew the gum over the implant and the patient for 3-6 months expect engraftment of the implant.
Step 2 – Set the healing abutment on the implant. Produce an incision in the gum over the implant site, the cap is unscrewed. In place of plugs for two-three weeks healing abutment is set to around the future crown during this period formed a circular gums.
Stage 3 – after the formation of the gums to the implant abutment is set (the guide portion and the base of the tooth crown) and the permanent crown in the form of lost tooth once.
Thus it is possible to recover not one, but several, or even all of the lost teeth and to please themselves naturally bite and comfort when eating, and others – a complete dentition. "

 

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