Stages of Dental Implants
Dr. Lamis Ali Eisa
Dental implants are currently one of the biggest revolutions in dental science, and the reason for this is that the patient's dream of obtaining fixed teeth that are identical to his natural teeth that he lost completely or partially has turned into a tangible reality and a tangible reality that makes him return to his normal life, away from moving dentures and others. One of the means of dental compensation that provides him with a small part of his chewing function in the event of complete loss of teeth or fixed bridges that make him forced to rub the adjacent natural teeth to restore the lost function is the teeth that were partially extracted by the patient.
Very simply and without any complications, dental implants are based on studying the case scientifically, healthily and radiographically according to the patient's health condition with high accuracy, and when making a positive decision, it is done according to the following form
The first stage is summarized by a simple incision of the gum to allow us to place the implant made of titanium in the place of the missing tooth or teeth on the inside of the jawbone and suture the gum over it to cover it
A second stage is to uncover the implant, attach the stent to the implanted part of the bone, take the size, and send it to the dental laboratory to manufacture the fitting above the implant.
A third stage, which is the last, where the final installation takes place on the implant and general recommendations are given to the patient for post-transplant follow-up.
And last but not least, I will tell you an answer to the question that comes to minds, is their pain associated with the stages of dental implantation
Of course, no, and in a definitive form, no pain, and the operation is performed under simple local anesthesia
Importance of Proper Treatment of Teeth's Root
The importance of treating the roots of the teeth
Dental root treatment is one of the most important treatments that take place in a dentist's office because its success is very important in order for it to succeed and stabilize the rest of the treatments that are performed after it, such as fillings, crowns, bridges and cosmetic if performed correctly as well.
What is the treatment for tooth roots
The simple root treatment is the foundation on which the following treatments will be built. The more sound and strong foundations, the stronger the structure and the longer life
How is the treatment of roots
Root canal treatment is the cleaning and sterilization of the root canals from the surrounding nerve and tissue, and then filling the root canals with a micro-filling.
When do we treat the roots
We treat the roots when there is deep caries very close to the pulp of the tooth (nerve) or when severe pain occurs as a result of inflammation, death, or decay of the nerve tissue
The method of work
The nerve and surrounding tissues are excised and the roots are cleaned by the use of manual and special files, and the use of the electronic peak locator and the automatic preparation device, after isolation by using the rubber septum to prevent any germs from entering the treatment area and then filling the roots tightly and firmly so that the filling extends to the end of the root apex To ensure that there is no void left in the roots germs can survive and multiply and cause future problems and abscesses
Is it possible to poorly treat a previously removed tooth
Fortunately, the science of root treatment has developed so much that we can perform root re-treatment for failed cases in which a rot or abscess appeared that caused discomfort and pain to the patient or swelling and pus because it was not previously treated well and correctly.
With the great success rate and with the distinction and accuracy of the treatment provided by the endodontist specialist, we can treat large cysts even without subjecting the patient to surgery in the vast majority of cases in order to achieve the most important goal for us to keep the normal tooth in the mouth for as long as possible to perform its function perfectly without Pain and problems You were in good health
Dr Rania ALhafian
Root Canal Treatment for Deciduous Teeth
Dr. Derar AlShamaly
Crying tooth pain and swelling of the children's face is among the most common symptoms in children due to the prevalence of dental caries due to the attack of highly harmful bacteria due to the prevalence of eating unhealthy foods
Drink harmful fizzy drinks
Not training the child to brush teeth because of the parent's culture, which says that it will replace teeth
Parents inquire with multiple questions, and I am on this platform, answering some of them:
Yes, there is a need to treat milk teeth and keep them as long as possible in the mouth, as the best distance preservative for the permanent tooth underneath
Yes, removing the nerve of the temporary tooth does not affect the permanent nerve of the tooth under it, as each has its own nerve
Yes, a stainless steel crown should be placed over the rooted molar to protect it from the risk of breakage under the chaos of irresponsible intake of hard sugars.
Yes, treatment of abscess for milk teeth is successful and effective
Finally, nerve treatment for temporary teeth is indicated when the child has severe pain associated with or not associated with swelling of the face, and here there is acute nerve inflammation, as well as when there is swelling around the temporary tooth filled with yellow fluid pus and pus, and here is a chronic abscess where the nerve dies and rot
Finally, God makes your children healthy, and this treatment procedure has a timing related to the cycle and time of eruption of permanent teeth in terms of whether or not to do it.