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Know About the Types of Dental Implants


Dental implants are the next best thing to healthy and natural teeth. Dental implants restore a lost tooth so that it feels, looks and functions like a natural tooth. And they last for many years if properly cared. And the best thing is that they are available in many forms. In this article, we are going to discuss about the types of dental implants in Sydney are used nowadays.

Types of Dental Implants

- Endosteal implants
- Subperiosteal implants

Endosteal Implants

Endosteal implants are considered by most people today. They are subdivided into several different types based on their shape, geometry, surfaces, materials and functions. The types includes cylindrical or root form implants, blade implants and the ramus frame, pin implants, disc implants, pterygoid or zygomatic implants and trans-osteal implants.

Cylindrical/Root form implants are the most commonly used modern implants in routine dental practice. They can show variations with respect to thread design, diameter, geometry and one piece/two piece implants. Threaded implants could be solid screws/hollow screws in design. Screws can be self-tapping and non-self-tapping. Most modern implant designs are threaded root form screws.

One-piece/two-piece implants are manufactured either as one piece (incorporating an integral abutment) or two-piece fixtures (an implant and a separate abutment).

Subperiosteal Implants

When the bone has atrophied and jaw structure is limited, a subperiosteal implant is used. It is individually designed and light weight. Its metal framework fits over the remaining bone offering an equivalent of multiple tooth roots. The location and amount of available bone define the kind of implant that is right to use. Bone or natural tissue membrane will grow around the implant to make it even more secure. The primary benefit of this type of implant is that it can hold dentures safely for individuals who do not have enough bone height. These implants are good for patients who have bone resorption i.e. eroded jawbones.

There are nearly 60 manufacturers of tooth implants and materials used to create restorations including abutments and crowns. Due to this, dentists have a variety of options to choose the implant treatment that is best for the specific requirement of the patient. So, it is must to know everything about dental implants in Sydney. Get knowledge and be safe.

The author of this article has done many dental implants in Sydney and he also advices his patients to be aware of the treatment. To keep people aware of dental implants, he sometimes writes about dental implants.

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