The dental implant is used when there is a loss of one or more teeth. In simple words, it is an artificial root. The implant is made of a metal called titanium, and now the dentist have also started using dental implants of a material called zirconium or zirconium, and has a shape similar to the root of the tooth and placed in the bone of the jaw with a small surgical intervention.
The period of time can vary from 40 days to 6 months, depending on the type of dental implant placed and the type of bone where it is inserted. This time period is necessary for the implant to be attached to the bone, and this union between bone and dental implant is called osseointegration. During this stage, the dental implant has no function, and the patient has to use a temporary prosthesis. After this waiting period, the final prosthesis on the dental implant is placed.
Today there are dental implants (depending on the previous diagnosis) that do not need this time out, in short, the final prosthesis is placed at the instant that the implant is inserted into the bone and this procedure is called Immediate Loading.
Dental implants replace single tooth, many of them or as support and retention of the removable dentures, improving the latter (mostly lower full dentures), the retention and patient’s comfort. You are recommend to visit a reliable and experienced orthodontist in Dubai for more information.
What is immediate loading of a dental implant?
From the time of dental implant placement, to the use of this as support for the placement of the prosthetic part, a crown must wait for a period of three to four months. This period is to allow time for the bone to achieve osseointegration of dental implant with.
This method is the one that gives greater security and percentage of success in oseonintegration and is the most used.
There is also a technique called immediate loading based on using the implant as a support immediately after placement. The key advantage is that the patient in one session is removed from the consultation with implant working with corresponding prosthetic hand without using temporary removable appliances or other temporary and uncomfortable methods.
The disadvantage is that the implant to receive immediate loads is more likely to fail in osseointegration. And if it fails in osseointegration, the dental implant fails.
Immediate load can be done as long as certain conditions are met regarding quality and quantity of bone where implant is to be placed, the size of the implant and the initial anchorage of the implant, the force with which it is retained in the bone. Some of these parameters can be evaluated before surgery, the others only at the time of placement of the dental implant.