Dental Implants in India
Dental implants in India today becomes a type of practice. Most people of the country are coming out of India for just to do dental implants to travel abroad. Before visiting India, they carefully collect all the information related to all types of dental implants. in addition, Most of these tourists prefer to visit India from United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia. Its main and big cause is the low cost of dental implants.
Implant Making Company like Nobel Biocare from United States, Noris from Israel, Osteim from Korea, Osteem from Korea, Roott from Switzerland and more An equal quality is sent to the same implants in India. Without giving any type of change or a low quality material. The major drawback have been that the standard of life of the foreign dental clinic is very high and their tools are very costly. Besides, their fees are also very high. Adding it, another factor currency. At present, India’s currency is about 70 rupees to 1 dollar. And 1 pound is about 90 to 100 rupees.
It also depends on whether you come to us with existing teeth with gum disease (a major reason for teeth loss) as after the extraction if we get good bone then we can place dental implants- it’s IMMEDIATE IMPLANT PLACEMENT. And then we wait for 3-4 months to get the implants bonded to your jaw.
Cost factors depend on which system and materials we use. There is a range of $390 to $940 USD. Some people will claim below this range too but I warn you to check dental implant’s company profile first. Since there are many Implants companies in the world and India being a big market, they all target to sell their products. Not all company has got the long term data of their patients.
We here at Esthetica Dental Implants Clinic, explain to you about all the available options and set a budget based plan for you. You can also talk to our happy clients to gain more confidence in us. That would give you the real testimonial. We provide the same dental implant system which is used in western countries but at an unbelievable rate.
Daily brushing with fluoride toothpaste and flossing are essential to a healthy smile, but did you know nutrition has an effect on your dental health, too?
Eating a variety of nutrient-rich foods from all the food groups promotes healthy teeth and gums. A balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, protein foods, calcium-rich foods and whole grains provides essential nutrients for optimum oral health as well as overall health.
Foods for Optimum Oral Health
- Calcium-rich foods, such as low-fat or fat-free milk, yogurt and cheese, fortified soy drinks and tofu, canned salmon, almonds and dark green leafy vegetables help promote strong teeth and bones.
- Phosphorus, found in eggs, fish, lean meat, dairy, nuts and beans is good for strong teeth.
- Vitamin C promotes gum health, so eat plenty of citrus fruits, tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, potatoes and spinach.
Smart snacking also can keep your mouth in good shape. Resist the urge to snack frequently — the more often you eat, especially between meals, the more likely you are to introduce acid attacks on your teeth. If you do snack, choose wisely. Forgo sugary treats such as hard or sticky candy and opt for nutritious choices such as raw vegetables, fruits, plain yogurt and popcorn. Remember to brush after snacking to keep cavities at bay. If you can’t brush, rinse your mouth with water to get rid of food particles.
Caring for a baby? Avoid pacifying your infant, toddler or young child with a bottle of juice, formula or milk. Sucking on the bottle bathes the teeth and gums in liquid which can contribute to tooth decay.
In addition to healthful eating, oral health problems can be prevented by practicing good oral hygiene, such as brushing teeth with fluoridated toothpaste twice a day, flossing once a day, drinking fluoridated water and seeking regular oral health care.
Rehabilitation of an atrophied edentulous jaws by placing implants is a challenging procedure . Although various bone augmentation procedure like ridge augmentation, sinus lift are in practice but it may lead to the morbidity of donor’s site.
Sometimes patient is not willing for such extensive surgical procedures. In such cases basal implants is a viable treatment option.
Basal implants derive support from the basal bone area which usually remains free from the infection and less prone to resorption. This article discusses about the basal implants
Indications of Basal Implants
1. In situations when multiple teeth are missing or have to be extracted.
2. When a bone augmentation procedure has failed.
3. Cases of thin ridges – That is deficiency of bone in buccolingual thickness. 4. Cases where bone height is insufficient
Basal implants are the options where we can give fix teeth in 3 days to patients. The procedure is flapless, bloodless , stichless and no swelling occurs after surgery.
Basal implants in india is nowadays on the top choice in implantology. Esthetica Hospital provides this treatment in minimum time period for overseas patients with affordable price of implant.