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Avoid a dental implant nightmare

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Avoid a dental implant nightmare

According to studies by the Ministry of Health, tooth loss is often due to the high incidence of dental cavities, problems in the gums and bone, called periodontal diseases which it manifests on the teenage population and the adult population as well, increasing mainly on individuals of advanced ages.

 


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Myths about the implants are very repetitive, some of them claim that an implant can be placed on the first appointment, and another myth is that they can cause infections in the bone or that any professional in the dental area can do this kind of work.

According to Dr. Luis Fernando Ariza, a dentist specialized in implantology, dental aesthetics and advanced oral rehabilitation, this is totally false. The success rates when it comes to dental implant procedures exceed 96%, as long as the implant is the right one and it has undergone the right process of diagnosis making use of 3D images.

Although there are not many places where this technologies are available to do this, many professionals are making biological use of stem cells and other techniques commonly employed to perform osseointegration. These techniques consist on using the patient’s bone or an autologous implant or plastic bone implants, which means that the material is extracted from different sources for the same patient as hidroxiapatita or bovine bone, and in both cases stem blood cells are removed from the patient.

This process takes a growing period between 4 to 6 months, where it is brought together with the material to be implanted in order for the bone to regenerate its own bone cells, and for the patient to overcome the fear of pain and dental procedures. Now that patient will have innovative technological aids to facilitate the surgical procedures both for implant placement and to minimize pain.

 

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