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Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Dental implants are easily the most popular and also the ideal solution, for replacing your missing tooth/teeth. They have definitely changed the course of dentistry in the last quarter of a century or so.

A dental implant is basically a titanium post which is surgically inserted into the jawbone beneath the gum line to work as a tooth root. Post insertion, an implantologist will attach a crown on top of the implant to ensure the appearance of a natural tooth.

Tooth Implants not only look and feel like your natural teeth but also function like.


One can face the problem of missing teeth at any point in life. Tooth loss can be due to trauma, accident, severe gum disease, tooth decay or even due to poor oral hygiene. If left untreated missing teeth can lead to various consequences such as:

  • Speech problems resulting from the gap created by one or more missing teeth
  • Difficulty in chewing
  • Face may start look older and wrinkled with sunken cheeks as missing teeth can cause sagging of muscles which can’t support lips & cheeks
  • Pain in the facial muscles of the jaw resulting in an improper bite induced by the missing teeth
  • Tooth decay and gum disease, over time, due to plaque accumulation & food entrapment in the gap caused by the missing teeth
  • Improper bite resulting from a tilt of adjacent teeth into the empty spaces caused by a missing tooth
  • Untreated missing teeth may dent the facial appearance causing low set-esteem or lack of confidence
  • Hiding smile during conversations or at public gatherings to avoid the embarrassment caused by a bad smile from missing teeth

Dental Implants help to overcome all the above-mentioned problems. They are no doubt the best, and most popular solution for the replacement of missing teeth. Dental implants are fit for every individual having missing teeth irrespective of their age and gender. 
With a 98% success rate, implants assure dental patients about their teeth and gum’s wellbeing. Dental Implants are essentially a ‘titanium screw’ which is fused with the Jaw Bone.

Difference Between Dental Implants and Bridges :

Bridges Implants
May compromise the adjacent natural tooth Does not compromise with an adjacent tooth
A bridge may need replacement at times where bone loss continues at the site of the missing tooth An implant causes no bone loss as it gets attached with the bone and promotes healthy bone
With bridges, your teeth may be prone to plaque, decay or gum disease, with a risk of possible future root canal With no free spaces in between, implants won’t attract bacteria ever for plaque accumulation



  • Dental Implants help restore the lost tooth and become the next best thing to your natural teeth
  • Implants are a durable solution with the potential to even outlive the patient
  • Dental Implants help maintain the shape and contour of face & smile which can go wrong due to missing teeth making the facial muscles sag
  • Implants don’t harm the adjacent tooth structure in any manner and protect healthy bone
  • Implants ensure superior appearance and comfort with no speech issue to deal
  • Implants boost your self-esteem for being a perfect solution to the missing tooth
  • Implants give the freedom to enjoy your favourite foods without any worry.


  • Follow these post-operative instructions after Dental Implant procedure, and never hesitate in consulting the doctor for any question or problem:
  • Avoid touching, spitting or rinsing the wound on the day of surgery. Don’t touch the metal healing abutment jutting through the gum tissue.
  • After implant surgery, it’s normal to have some bleeding or redness in the mouth for 24 hours. To control excessive bleeding, bite on a gauze pad (placed on the bleeding wound) for 30 minutes. If bleeding does not stop, seek further instructions from your dentist.
  • Swelling is natural after surgery. To minimize it, apply an ice pack on the cheek in the surgical area (you can also use a plastic bag or an ice-filled towel). Apply the ice as much as you could for the first 36 hours.
  • Drink lots of fluids but avoid consuming hot beverages. Stick to soft diet on the day of surgery. You can get back to the normal diet once the surgical area is healed. Don’t drink anything using a straw.
  • Start taking pain medication as soon as you feel the effects of the local anesthetic are going down. However, take the medicines prescribed by the dentist.
  • Healing is not possible without good oral hygiene. Use the prescribed oral rinse while the day after surgery, use the prescribed oral rinse twice – after breakfast and before bed. Rinse for at least 30 seconds and then spit it out. Use warm salt rinses at least 4-5 times a day as well. Be gentle initially while brushing the surgical area to not affect the healing.
  • Do not use, or consume, tobacco products in any form or any type after implants. It not only hinders healing but may also increase the chances of implant failure.
  • Don’t engage in exercise immediately after the surgery or keep it minimal at best. You should know that exercise may cause bleeding or throbbing, and it really happens, stop the activity right away. This may weaken you since you’re not taking normal nourishment.
  • Healing abutments will be placed at the time of implant placement. So, do rinse them frequently and keep them clean. Wait for the stitches to dissolve and then clean the abutments through gentle massage.
  • Don’t use partial or full dentures or flippers immediately after surgery or for 10 days afterward at least.


Good oral hygiene is important not just for your teeth and gums but also for overall wellbeing. Follow these tips to improve your oral health:

  • Brush twice a day to maintain good oral hygiene
  • Choose your toothbrush carefully and go for one with a small head and soft bristles
  • Change your toothbrush after every two to three months to not let frayed or worn-out bristles harm your teeth and gums
  • Go gently & thoroughly and don’t use too much force while brushing as it might cause abrasion
  • Floss at least once a day to keep plaque, bacteria, and foods struck between the teeth out as it helps keep implants in good condition
  • Take proper oral care at home to make your dental implants last a lifetime
  • Use mouth rinses once a day after meals to stay on top of your oral health
  • Don’t eat sticky foods as implants can attract more bacteria that your natural teeth for being artificial in nature
  • Eating and drinking right can help your implants stay out of the harm’s way and such good oral care can make then last forever

Visit the dental clinic regularly and try to achieve good oral hygiene to make your implants last for life.

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