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Monday, September 12, 2016

What Will Determine Failure And Success For Dental Implants?

Dental implants are often recommended as close to perfect or perfect replacements in the event a missing tooth appears. The only problem is that the information that is available about the topic is quite limited at the moment. We are talking about a really serious procedure, one that should never be taken lightly. Dental implants can fail so always be sure that you get yours from a reputable clinic like A patient has to be properly informed and know about absolutely all the risks associated with the implants. Proper planning makes dental implants become very predictable and completely safe. The result is aesthetic.

One thing that many do not know is that the dental implants were actually developed during the fifties. Ever since then, they constantly evolved. Dental implant technology is still changing and evolving. We have access to new technology every single year, so dental implants are actually highly successful. Even so, failures can still happen. It is really important that we understand why this can happen.

Why Does A Dental Implant Fail?
There are actually many different reasons why the dental implant can fail. What should be remembered is that success rate is currently close to 95%. Even so, it is a really good idea to know about the 5% that could happen. The dental implants are basically designed to last for a lifetime. When this does not happen, we say that the dental implant failed. The main case we see is an early failure so this is what we should focus on. The early failure normally appears because of the following:

·   A bone that is overheated when surgery is done, normally because of improper irrigation.
·         Using too much force when the dental implant is placed – normally the fit implant is too tight and bones resorbing it.
·        Not using enough force when applying the implant – the fitting is too loose and the tooth does not remain immobile, leading to improper healing.
·         Infections
·         Contaminated dental implant.
·         A contaminated Osteotomy
·         Poor bone quality presents
·         The Osteotomy site epithelial cells are present
·         Using too much force during Osseo-integration
·         A poor post-operative medication/instruction compliance
·         Implant rejections – normally due to alloy allergy, a situation that is very rare.

The late dental implant failure normally happens as the patient exhibits poor oral hygiene. Losing teeth is possible and it is the reason why the tooth was lost in the first place. Continuing with the same habits can lead towards the dental implant being lost as well.

What Can You Do To Have A Successful Dental Implant?
Dental implant failure or success is basically determined by the dentist or the patient. This is the most important thing to remember at the end of the day. If the dentist is not experienced and does not know what to do, huge problems will appear in the future. The same thing goes into the event that the patient is not going to respect the indications of the dentist. A proper communication channel between the doctor and the patient is always going to be necessary.

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