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Dental Implant Problems

If you’re looking for solutions to certain dental implant problems that you may be experiencing, this page suggests some solutions to random situations encountered.

dental implant problemsIt was in the year 1952 when dental implants were developed to restore oral health and provide hope to those who have suffered tooth loss through replacing an artificial tooth used by dentist to fill any spaces between teeth. 

Today, dental implants administered by dentists may be classified by two types: First is Endosteal, commonly used by dentists, includes materials like titanium post surgically placed into the jawbone that serves as a root to hold the natural tooth; while the second is, Subperiosteals that are placed on top of the jaw with a framework extending through the gum to hold the alternative prosthesis.  This is the kind often used by patients who are not able wear dentures and has minimal bone height.

Even though there are several options that you can consider to replace a missing tooth, it is advisable to have dental implants reasons such as helping you chew better any kind of food, showing your best smile without any worries, speaking fluently without having to stutter and most importantly, providing you back the priceless confidence and self-esteem that would give you a healthier psyche. 

Compared with alternatives, dental implants are considered more durable, stable, comfortable, aesthetically-appealing and convenient as it replicates the same function of your real missing tooth.  They mimic and replace missing teeth thus giving the natural feeling and appearance.   Nonetheless, dental implants still require the same maintenance as natural teeth.

Implants have prosthetic crown with an anchor below the gum line which are basically screws surgically implanted into the jawbone so that they remain permanently in place. 

Certainly, they remain permanently in place especially if these implants are properly cared of and maintained.  Of course, when experienced and skilled dentists conducted the dental implants procedure, there will be lesser probability that the implants will damage or go wrong.  However, there are still some dental implants problems that may be randomly encountered by patients.  

Random Dental Implant Problems

Unsteady Dental Implants

Some dental implants procedure may have lapses due to weak quality of dental implant materials used such as the screws, the prosthetic crowns and the like.  But other than this, a loose dental implant is chiefly due to an improper placement of the implant or a failure of the dental implant to amalgamate into the jawbone.  This is also called poor osseointegration.  In addition, excessive and unnecessary mannerism such as teeth biting or teeth grinding could make the dental implant shaky and unbalanced

Solution:  Cases such as this must be brought to the dentist’s immediate attention and another implant should be made.

Sinus Problems

When dental implant is implemented for the upper jaw, there will be chances that the implant may affect the sinus cavities that would eventually yield to sinus problems that’s why we take extra care in doing this procedure.

Solution:  Dental implant replacement may be performed by the dentist to address the sinus problem. 

Peri-Implantitis

Peri-implantitis is considered as one of the major dental implant problems caused due to failure.  It is due to microbial and bacterial infection in the area where the implant has been made.  Swollen tissues due to inflammation surround the implants and this infection may damage the jawbone or worst, may result to bone loss

Solution:  Dentists treat this kind of problem by first cleaning the surrounding area and letting the patient take an antiseptic mouthwash.  The dentist will also make the surface of the implant smooth in order to remove plaques that might be building up.  Dentists may give medicine to cure the inflammation such as antibiotics and may remove the implant for a certain period of time until it heals before performing another dental implantation. 

Nerve Damage

Nerve damage happens when the dental implant has been placed very near to the nerve or over the nerve that causes unendurable pain.  This problem is the dentist’s mistake, so be sure that your dentist is well experienced with putting dental implants

Solution:  If the patient cannot tolerate the pain, immediate dentist’s attention should be made and dentist may remove the dental implant and then place it again after healing is attained.  Patients may also take pain relievers to address the pain. 

Implant Breakage

Implants have the tendency to break or bend since implants are basically made of titanium or other metals that may not be of high quality. 

Solution:  replacement with a new dental implant is the only remedy for this kind of problem. 

Dental implants give relief to the many disadvantages caused by a missing tooth.  However, like our real set of teeth, dental implants should be maintained and taken care of.  Aside from the help of your dentists always remember that in combating bacterial and other microbial infections, good oral hygiene is the answer as this is proven the best way of keeping our teeth and gums healthy. 

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