Conventional, Basal, Zygoma, Low cost with Best Quality
In the first place, you will receive a novel and new method of implantation where there is no need for bone growth in even the worst cases. Moreover, They vary from traditional implants primarily through the act of the prosthetic plan and post-operative regime, but also in terms of their placing and force delivery. Also, the implants are one single unit and made of biocompatible titanium metal.
How will dental implants change my life?
Boosts your confidence
Improves your smile
Stops other teeth from changing position
No need to drill or remove any healthy tooth structure
A TO Z of inventive implantology
In fact, We are dedicating our self to restoring smiles with all newly available methods in the most effective, advanced, and convenient way possible. With All-on-4 and “teeth in a day,” Additionally, we can restore the function and beauty of your smile with implant-supported technology, so you don’t have to deal with the inconveniences of dentures.
Esthetica offers these Implant Treatment
Esthetica provides FDA approved care
New category with new broad indications and almost no limitations.
Replaces missing bone in order to repair bone fractures that are extremely complex.
Total Oral Rehabilitation
Full Mouth Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Restoration
Fix Teeth In 3 Days
Treatment that enables replacement of a full arch of teeth in one go.
Sinus Lift & Bone Grafting
Adds bone to your upper jaw in the area of your molars and premolars.
Procedure done to improve the shape and size of the alveolar ridge.
Why Esthetica for Dental Implants?
A modern clinic with a team specialized in implantology and prosthetic dentistry with a bunch of experts.
FAQ Dental Implants
What is Dental Implant?
Often called a tooth implant or teeth implants – it is an alternate for a natural tooth base.
The vast majority are made from titanium or titanium alloy, filling that have competence uniformly to combine safely with bone.
The word ‘osseointegrated implant’ is traditionally to describe a dental implant that has unified well with the bone and has adequate stability to support a replacing tooth.
How will it be placed?
In known, the step of a single tooth replacement will follow this process:
First, We are going to remove damaged tooth or teeth using tooth removal surgery. If there is no tooth present, the glue is sliced and folded back to allow the bone to be drilled to get the implants.
The post is placed within your jawbone and usually covered while the bone joins to the implant, or becomes osseointegrated.
Between 3-9 months later, when the implant has been osseointegrated enough, a second surgery may be required to uncover the top of the tooth. At this stage, the dentist can start creating your crown or bridge.
How much will it cost?
The price will vary due to several features. The following subject should be kept in mind when seeking costs:
The number of teeth needed. Do you want roots to help one tooth or multiple teeth?
Any other Surgery before the tooth replacement treatment can start? (i.e. tooth extraction) – Usually, you’ll require tooth extraction, and in some cases, a loss of jawbone will require a bone graft. These new treatments, of course, cost money!
Are you being requested for both parts of the treatment? i.e., both the titanium anchor AND the porcelain tooth which is screwed into the anchor?)
It also depends on the complexity of the individual’s condition. Everyone is different, and some patients will require further or less work, such as multiple vs. simple bone grafting, which will add to the cost.
Does it hurt or pain?
It is one of the most popular questions. There will be almost none to minimal pain on the day of surgery. At Esthetica, we use both topical and local anesthetic to assure that you feel no pain during the placing of the tooth. Our team does offer advice on post-procedure pain relief during our patient consultation sittings, many of our patients find that they have no requirement for this and are surprised by the level of support they feel during the healing period.
Is it safe?
Implants are designed to replace lost teeth safely, and they can help stop your other teeth from drifting into the spaces that would be left-back. Persevering structural integrity makes it easier to follow an oral hygiene regime.
When connected to the other tooth replacement alternatives, dentures, implants do not move throughout as much and have a more custom fit to your mouth shape.
Most dentists will support dental implants as “safe” if the patient ticks all the right bones, but it is worth having a look at potential risks.
If you have gum disease or decay, this must be treated before you can go ahead with implants.
What care and maintenance are required?
Compared to dentures, implants are simple to look after. Implant engaged replacement teeth are just like your real teeth. They should be cared for and checked periodically. Implants are sensitive to periodontal (gum) disease, just like your natural teeth. You will require to see the hygienist regularly and maintain your oral hygiene to a high standard, again just like your actual teeth.
How does long will it take?
For regular cases placing of the implants can be between many weeks and six months. If the bone is already robust, the processing time will be shorter. With more inferior bone, more time and care must be taken, which can increase treatment time beyond six months.
While the bulk of implant procedures are 100% successful, any problems with the implants combining with the bone may result in the treatment time increasing, which patients must be prepared.
What is the success rate of single tooth implants?
With the fast progress in implant dentistry, dental implants can be supposed to function regularly. Success depends very much on the nature of the bone into which they are fixed. For instance, implants placed in the first part of the lower jaw can have a success rate as high as 98-100%. In other regions of the mouth, success rates can fall due to the lightness of bone.
Hardly dental implants do fail. In many instances, they can be replaced with a different implant, usually of a slightly larger size.
Is old age a problem?
The case of your health is more valuable than your age. If you are good enough to have a tooth extracted, it is likely you can have dental implants. A consultation with one of our doctors will help to decide whether implants will work for you. They do for most patients!
When should I return to work after treatment?
Some trouble may arise placement of a dental implant is normal, but most people should be able to return to work the next day of the installation. The area may be painful or sensitive, so pain medication is usually directed to ease that pain. Your dentist may also recommend a diet of soft foods, cold foods, and warm soup during the healing process.
What if there is not enough bone to support the implant?
In history, the answer was no, If you did missing bone, your dentures would become free, and you had to accept the reduced state of life that came with that. At present, several things can be done. Many implants used to be 15mm or longer to attach them as well as possible to the bone. It was found that the extra length didn’t add much strength, and so fewer dental implants can be placed in many states to bypass the need to bone graft. Some dental implants can be as short as 5mm, although 9mm is the most popular. Some tiny implants can be placed to avoid nerves and other critical structures where before nothing could be done for a patient.
Additionally, we can do bone grafting treatment for bone improvement.
Less than 10 percent of patients receiving dental implants need minimally invasive bone grafts to increase the depth and density of their jawbone. Loss of jawbone mass is usually due to trauma, germs, diseases, or tooth loss. A bone graft is an excellent method of restoring jawbone health so you can enjoy the permanency of a dental implant.
Is it a permanent solution to missing a single tooth?
There are no loose parts to bother about missing. The dental implant is stable and suitable for teeth formation. No adjustment is needed after placement. Usually, it will serve its owner for life.
You may have learned the life of a dental implant is 30 years or more, which is true, as long as you take decent care of them. Whether dental implants last forever is determined by a variety of factors, such as:
How well you take keeping of your dental implants, like regular flossing and brushing, consulting a dentist every six months.
Avoiding chewing or biting down on sturdy items, like pen tips or pencils, and not forcing things with your teeth.
How experienced your dentist is at placing your dental implant. Experts know how to assess the progress of osseointegration and whether your jawbone has wholly received the implant.
Your lifestyle and overall health.