Implant complications and benefits

What are the side effects of implants?

E-Prosthetic complications

The purcells of the crowns or bridges that are placed on the implants can break. Porcelain partial fractures (fines) are more common in implants than in normal teeth due to lack of absorption of the impact between implants and bones. Fractures of the crowns, bridges, prosthetic screws, or loosening of screws rarely occur and are reported in less than 10% of cases. Typically, this type of complication is in patients with clinchers or bruxers, or unstable obstruction, as well as with other types of overload.

What are the benefits of implants?

A-Fixed bridge implant normally comfortable and feels like natural teeth.

B-The removable prosthesis can replace some or all of the teeth, as well as providing a high level of comfort and proven well on the implant.

C-The adjacent healthy teeth doesn't need to prepare to attach to the bridge.

The most important advantages of using dental implants

A- The dental implant is bonded to the jaw bone tissue.

B- Dental implants, while restoring optimal tooth function, maintain the structure of adjacent teeth, which in the long run helps maintain your maxillofacial structure.

C- The dental implant protects your smile.
Maintaining proper tooth function alongside the beauty of a smile is the result of using an implant-prosthesis approach that acts like a normal tooth.

D- You will feel more comfortable talking, laughing and chewing.
Traditional teeth have full plates that usually cause pressure points, difficulty speaking, and other discomfort for the patient. None of these problems will be encountered when using dental implants.

E- Your natural teeth do not need to be scrape.
In the traditional way, healthy teeth that are adjacent to the dental site are scrape to be used as a base for the bridge, but when using implants to fill the gap between the two teeth, No damage will happen to adjacent healthy teeth.

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