Dental implants are a set of posts, or anchors, that are surgically placed in the jawbone. Posts can be made from titanium or ceramic material. The posts are shaped to match the size and shape of the missing tooth roots.

What Is Dental Implant Restoration?

The restoration of an implant is the process of fitting the artificial tooth with a crown to match it.

The process is completed by making a crown that fits over the artificial tooth. The crown ensures that the person’s smile can be restored as well as improve oral hygiene routine.

There are two primary components to a dental implant restoration. The implant, which acts as a prosthetic root, and the restoration, which replaces the missing tooth. Crowns are commonly placed on implants, but they can also be used as a foundation for other restorations such as dentures and bridges.

How do you fix a broken dental implant?

As time goes by, It may break or crack. Before we get into dental implant repair, we should understand the different reasons that might lead to this situation. Different reasons might lead to this situation: mechanical fatigue of the implant, failure of the bone tissue to heal, and failure of the crown and porcelain restoration. A broken dental implant can be fixed in many ways depending on what caused it to break in the first place.

It can become loosened or damaged before the placement of an abutment and dental crown as well as afterward. Your dentist will first categorize the problem that has occurred and then select the most appropriate method for repair depending on the situation. Once the implant is damaged, the main aim is the retrieval of the screw that was placed inside the jawbone.

What are the steps for a dental implant restoration procedure?

Typically, there are two stages to dental implant restoration, which have been described as follows:

  • The restoration process begins with an invasive procedure. After numbing the area to be treated, the dentist creates an incision in the gums. The dentist next drills titanium implants, also known as posts, deep into the patient’s jaw. After that, the dentist sews up the wounds and stops any bleeding. The gums will recover and the posts will connect to the jawbone during the next few months
  • The patient returns to the dentist’s clinic for the next stage of dental implant restoration once enough bone growth has occurred. To make the patient more comfortable, the dentist utilizes local anaesthetic. The dentist makes another cut into the gums and attaches a little piece to the implant called an abutment. The incision around the abutment is closed by the dentist. On the abutment, the dentist next inserts a natural-looking prosthetic tooth or dental crown

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