Conventional implants are applicable to almost anyone who is looking to replace one, multiple, all missing teeth with a permanent restoration solution.
Conventional implants may be done for most types of bone conditions. If there is moderate or severe jaw bone loss, bone grafting may be recommended prior to dental implantation.
This is the case whereby dental implants is placed during the same time after teeth are extracted. Crowns, bridge, dentures may or may not be placed on during same trip depending on whether immediate loaded implants may be done.
Immediate implants are also known as one day or same day implants.
Conventional implants are done in 2 stages normally in 2 trips about 3 to 6 months apart.
Immediate implants are normally recommended only for cases with good jaw bone conditions.
Immediate Loaded Implants
Immediate loaded implants are whereby permanent or temporary crowns,bridges or dentures are placed during the same trip when the dental implant posts is embedded in jaws. It may follow after conventional implants or immediate implants. Immediate loaded implants are normally recommended only for cases with good jawbone conditions.
The type of dental implants selected will be dependent on the patients’ specific needs and general dental condition. A panoramic x-ray and/or CT scan is usually required to evaluate the amount of bone, determine the space available and for a thorough examination to diagnosing the options best suited for each case.
There are a variety of dental implant systems available on the market. The two most popular systems are the Nobel Biocare implant systems & Alpha Bio Implant system. Both companies have had long-standing histories in the field of producing dental implants and have their own ranges of lines.
Dental Implant Cases
Full Upper Arch
Full Upper Arch Restored
with 8 Dental
Multiple Lower Front
Multiple Lower Front Teeth Restored with 3 Dental
Upper Full Arch Restored with 7 Dental Implants
Multiple Missing Front
Multiple Missing Front Teeth Restored with Dental