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What is a Dental Implant? Follow our Patient Guide and learn all about it.

Or an Implantodontist looking to present concise content about the best procedure for substituting one or more teeth? Check out our Patient Guide and have all your questions answered about one of the most widely used alternatives in the world for oral health care and rehabilitation!

WHAT IS A DENTAL IMPLANT?

It is a surgical device implanted in the bone of the lower jaw or upper jaw, replacing the natural root of the tooth and supporting a dental prosthesis. The implants are made of titanium, a raw material compatible with human biology and its biological process, called osseointegration. Thousands of people around the world have already used the S. I. N. implants and have regained their smile, comfort and self-confidence.

Am I a candidate for dental implants?

If you have good oral and general health or have controlled systemic diseases, you are a good candidate for dental implants.

IN WHICH SITUATIONS ARE THE DENTAL IMPLANTS RECOMMENDED?

1. TO REPLACE A SINGLE TOOTH
2. TO REPLACE MORE THAN ONE TOOTH
3. TOTAL REPLACEMENT

AESTHETICS

DURABILITY

PRESERVATION OF NATURAL TEETH REMNANTS

PRESERVATION OF TASTE BUDS

PRESERVATION OF BONE STRUCTURE

GIVES BACK THE QUALITY OF CHEWING

WILL I BE ABLE TO EAT WITH AN IMPLANT AS I EAT WITH MY NATURAL TEETH?

Yes. The implant provides comfort and efficiency in chewing and in the speech in a similar way to natural teeth, in addition to returning the beauty of your smile and improving the quality of oral health.

The dental implant remains fixed, therefore, its bite is like that of a natural tooth.

IS A PAINFUL TREATMENT?

No. The process is conducted with the application of local anesthesia to provide pain free treatment at the time of surgery for implant placement. For greater comfort during the post-operative period, your dentist will prescribe the suitable medication.

HOW LONG DOES THE TREATMENT LAST?

The process of integration to the bone usually takes between 4 to 6 months, depending on some factors such as the quality of the bone. Currently, there are technologies available that can accelerate this process, as is the case of the Unitite implant line from S. I. N., which has a surface with nanometric particles similar to the human bone, allowing healing starting at 4 weeks. This short time depends on some factors such as the patient’s primary stability and systemic condition.

HOW SHOULD I CLEAN MY DENTAL IMPLANTS?

The importance of hygiene is the same as that for natural teeth. Use toothbrushes, floss or interdental brushes and water flossing devices.

HOW LONG DOES AN IMPLANT LAST?

The implants are made to have the same durability of a natural root.

The longevity of the implant will depend on the quality of the material used, combined with hygiene care. Follow the instructions given by your dentist and the recommended check-up schedule to guarantee the success of your treatment.

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