Dental Implant rejection – causes and symptoms Author: Yaroslav Pavlenko

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Installation of implants is an opportunity to restore a lost tooth without affecting adjacent teeth. They are used as roots for individual crowns.

 

A tooth is a complex structure that can be disturbed by various diseases. The most common of these are caries and its complications, periodontal diseases. Entire complexes of preventive and therapeutic measures have been developed to prevent such conditions, and doctors are doing their best to preserve patients' natural teeth, but sometimes the removal is inevitable. In this case, the installation of dental implants can be one of the ways to solve the problem of the lack of one or more teeth.

 

It is important to restore the integrity of the dentition as soon as possible. And it's not just an aesthetic issue. Although the inability to smile broadly, the early appearance of wrinkles, the loss of the facial oval sharpness and the sunken cheeks also cause a lot of trouble, especially for women.

 

Tooth loss can also disturb physiological processes, such as digestion, which 90 % of people do not think about. In the oral cavity, mechanical processing of food and the formation of bolus occurs, and this is an important first stage of digestion. In addition, adjacent teeth can be displaced and destroyed, and the jaw can be deformed. As a result, it will be much more difficult to install a dental implant.

 

Indications for implantation

Modern prosthetics based on implants is possible in almost all cases, regardless of the location or extent of a dentition defect.

 

Dental implantation is indicated for:

  • - the absence of one or more teeth,
  • - bounded and free-end edentulous spaces,
  • - complete absence of teeth.

 

Dental implants are especially necessary in cases, where there are no conditions for high-quality attachment of full or partial dentures, as well as intolerance to the materials of which removable prostheses are made.

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