Dental implants Adelaide is a new way to solve many dental problems. In Australia alone, almost one thousand people have dental implants to replace some or all of their missing teeth. These dental implants Adelaide makes use of porcelain crowns that are placed over the missing teeth. The implants also help teeth have a natural look. Dental implants are used for people who have lost one, all or partial teeth due to tooth decay, accident injury and illness.
If you miss one or more teeth and are unhappy with your teeth look, you should consider dental implants Adelaide. However, you should be aware that dental implants take time to heal and can only be used if there is enough room in your mouth for them. For this reason, patients who wish to have dental implants in Adelaide should allow for additional time for healing. It may also be necessary for you to go into surgery once the healing has been completed to properly fit the crowns or implants. It will depend on your specific case.
Two months after being fitted, patients can get their dental implants Adelaide installed. The procedure usually takes three visits; the first one to remove any plaque that may be present on the tooth’s surface and mould the crowns, and the second to cement the prosthetic tooth into place. If you plan to use two months as a waiting period, you should contact your dentist before your appointment to find out if you are a suitable candidate. The dentist will also need to ensure that the two months have passed before you can get your implant installed. If they find out during your first appointment, then it would be appropriate for you to go back in and get the implants installed then and there.
If you have lost one, all or part of your teeth, then you may also need to get dental implants Adelaide. In these instances, you will have to have a minimum of two crowns placed instead of one. One of the most common reasons for this is that when you lose a tooth is often replaced with a metal or plastic insert that is screwed into the jawbone. Unfortunately, the new tooth will not line up with the old tooth, and when the natural tooth grows back, it will not fit in quite right either. When this happens, you will need to get crowns put in so that your natural teeth line up with the new teeth and the gap is filled in.
If you are missing all or part of your teeth, then you may require full arch implants. Full arch implants are designed to replace your natural teeth completely. If this sounds like the option you need, you should contact your dentist to find out more about full arch implants. They come in a wide range of different types, shapes and sizes, so take some time and think about what your options are. They are an excellent choice for anyone who has suffered from a knocked-out tooth or those who have lost a whole or partial tooth due to decay, accident or damage.