What are the cons/negatives for getting teeth implants?

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  • What are the cons/negatives for getting teeth implants?

    Dental implants are the closest replacement for missing teeth. A dental implant is a titanium screw that is surgically placed in the jawbone after an extraction or an area where a missing tooth. When a tooth, over time, begins to resorb bone in three dimensions is removed. Over time the bone is resorbed in both height and width, making it more difficult for implants that are placed later in life. This becomes difficult in the back of the lower jaw particullary and the posterior maxilla (due to the proximity of the sinuses ) when bone is resorbed, there becomes less available bone through these critical structures for implant

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    Having a dental implants may be the best option to replace missing teeth or ill- fitting dentures— they have a natural look, better functionality, and the ability to prevent bone loss. They can improve chewing ability, speech and self- confidence. Moreover, dental implants are considered long-term replacements that can last a lifetime.


    • #3
      A dental implant is a titanium post (like a tooth root) that is surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath the gum line that allows your dentist to mount replacement teeth or a bridge into that area. Animplant doesn't come loose like a denture can.
      Last edited by JoeEvans; 06-18-2017, 09:50 AM.
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      • #4
        A dental implant is a screw or framework made of titanium and other materials that supports a replacement tooth. Implantation is typically performed in several steps. First, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon anchors the implant into the jawbone where the new tooth will be placed. Three to six months later, after the screw has fully fused with the bone, a reconstructive dentist attaches a replacement tooth to a small metal post protruding from the implant.

        Getting dental implants is generally considered safe, but as with any surgery, complications may occur, including bleeding; infection; and nerve, sinus or nasal cavity injuries. Other points to keep in mind:

        ■ Dental implants aren’t a quick fix. Multiple steps are involved—including waiting up to six months for the implant to fuse with the jawbone, a process called osseointegration. (A temporary tooth may be worn over the implant site.)

        ■ Infections can still happen. The gum around the implant can be infected by bacteria, triggering periimplantitis, a periodontal disease that can result in bone loss.

        ■ Additional dental work may be needed. If your jawbone is weakened by osteoporosis, for instance, the surgeon may graft bone onto the weakened portion. Your sinus cavity may also have to be lifted (sinus elevation) if it’s enlarged and pushing into the area that needs a bone graft.

        ■ They’re costly. Insurance doesn’t typically cover implants. Expect to pay several thousand dollars for a single implant to tens of thousands for multiple teeth.


        • #5
          Well, if you have lost teeth and want to replace them, the best thing is to get dental implants. The only downside could be the initial days of pain and the costs involved. Otherwise, they are pretty much the best replacement for natural teeth.
          Last edited by rwhite; 09-10-2018, 06:46 AM.


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