We are pleased to share that there is a new era of dental implants, the Flapless Implant System with minimum surgery and faster healing, and less trauma. This system is proven to be more successful than other traditional implants.
Dental implants are usually used to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. Dental implants are also used to replace a missing tooth. Dental implants serve as an artificial root for the replacement tooth. The implant is placed in the jawbone and heals, creating an anchor for the restoration of your missing teeth. If a single implant is placed, it will restore most of the missing structure in your smile by replacing both the roots of that one tooth as well as any adjacent teeth that may need support. If multiple dental implants are required to replace more than one missing tooth, they will relate to crowns or bridges over them so that they look like natural teeth in your mouth again!
Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth. Besides restoring your smile, it will also improve your quality of life, ability to chew and eat, and self-confidence.
If you have missing teeth, you may find that an implant can improve all aspects of your life including:
If you are considering dental implants, there are several things to consider. Are you in good health? Do you have healthy gums? Does your jawbone have enough bone to support a dental implant? Will the cost of dental implants be within your budget, and can they be covered by insurance?
The following checklist will help determine if you are a candidate for dental implants:
The flapless technique is one of the most innovative procedures to be used in dental implant surgery, as it offers several advantages for patients:
When you are ready to have dental implants placed, the first step is to have an implant surgically inserted into your jaw. This can be done under local anesthesia with IV sedation or general anesthesia. The implant itself is placed in your jawbone by a surgeon and is designed to fuse with the surrounding bone over time.
The second step is placing an abutment or crown on top of it and securing it in place with screws. Your dentist will make sure that you don’t experience any pain while they do this, as well as make sure that every step has been completed correctly and safely before moving on to the next step.
The third step involves removing your temporary crown (the one placed first) and replacing it with a permanent one made specifically for you!
The three steps of the procedure include:
Your recovery time will depend on the procedure performed, but you can expect that it may take a few days to fully recover. You’ll want to plan for some rest and relaxation during this time, in order to give your body time to heal.
If you are having tooth extractions, it is likely that your dentist has prescribed pain medication for use after surgery. This can help manage any discomfort associated with the procedure so that you can get back to normal as quickly as possible! It’s also important to avoid smoking or drinking alcohol during recovery since both activities can increase bleeding and slow down healing time.
Once everything has healed up nicely, we recommend talking with our team about what type of dental implant will be best suited for your needs before proceeding with treatment!
With this new era of dental implants, flapless implants with minimum surgery, faster healing, and less trauma can be achieved. The surgical guide is used to help the surgeon place the implants in a precise position. It also helps him prepare accurate surgical guides for each individual patient’s case. With this unique design, you will never have to worry about your implants being placed in an incorrect position again!
The surgical guide maximizes accuracy by allowing for precise placement of the titanium screws into their respective holes on either side (maximal 1mm off center). This results in less trauma during surgery but more importantly improves overall healing time significantly.
What else do we have up our sleeves? For starters, we use only high-quality materials that are 100% bio-compatible because it’s important that our patients feel comfortable throughout their entire procedure! Our flapless system also has minimal pain associated with it because there aren’t any stitches or sutures involved with placing these implants which means no cutting through soft tissue like gums – so no more bleeding after surgery too!
We’re not slowing down yet though; we’ve got even more innovations coming soon! Stay tuned for more updates 🙂
we hope that this blog has been able to answer all your questions about dental implant surgery with the Flapless Implant System procedure. If you have any other questions, please contact our team, they will guide you about all the procedure from your online consultation to your booking.