Implantation is the best option for repairing dentition defects.
The procedure consists in installing the root and crown parts of the implant, so the implantation process takes place in 2 steps.
For today, contraindications are divided into 2 groups:
Relative contraindications include temporary conditions of the body, such as irrational oral hygiene, periodontal diseases, acute infectious diseases, taking certain medications (active phase of treatment), as well as pregnancy and lactation.
In the presence of relative contraindications, implantation is planned and delayed until the limiting factor disappears.
Absolute contraindications include: impaired functioning of the immune system, diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs, pathology of the cardiovascular system, diabetes mellitus (uncompensated form) and other pathological processes.
However, today, implantation is possible even if there are absolute contraindications, in this case, the implant surgeon cooperates with your attending physician, individually choosing the medical preparation and tactics of the procedure.
Subject to all recommendations and continuous monitoring of the implant, the result is a long-term and successful implantation.
At the GlamSmile Laser medical center, the first implantation step (installation of the implant itself) takes place in such a way that the bone tissue is preserved and compacted around the implant, which ensures the implant’s healing and stability, as well as endurance under the action of chewing loads in the future.
After implantation of the root part, it should take from 3 to 6 months, after which a permanent crown structure is made. From this moment, the implant can be fully loaded. All that is required of you is to adhere to your usual food preferences and visit your dentist every six months to monitor the functioning of the implant and the condition of the bone tissue.
Nevertheless, immediately after implantation, a temporary orthopedic design is made, so you will expect a full implantation to implant implantation and no one will know that you are in the process of treatment.
The laser is an auxiliary element in operations, making the procedure more painless, quick and atraumatic.
Since the laser has a directional action accurate to microns, this ensures maximum tissue safety and eliminates unnecessary incisions.
At the same time, during the incision, the laser coagulates the blood, thus instantly stopping bleeding during surgery.