Corticobasal immediate loading implants offered by Simpladent are a specific type of dental implant system that allows for the immediate placement and loading of dental implants in the cortical bone of the jaw. Immediate loading means that a prosthetic tooth or restoration is attached to the implant shortly after it is placed, allowing the patient to have functional teeth almost immediately. Here’s overview of the implant placement process for corticobasal immediate loading implants:
1:Diagnosis and Treatment Planning:
- The first step is a thorough examination and assessment of the patient’s oral health, including a review of their medical history.
- Diagnostic imaging, such as 3D cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans, may be used to evaluate the bone structure and plan the implant placement accurately.
- The treatment plan is developed, which includes determining the number and location of implants needed and the type of restoration (crown, bridge, or denture) to be attached.
2: Patient Preparation:
- If necessary, any existing teeth that are damaged or non-restorable may be extracted before implant placement.
- Depending on the patient’s health and comfort, local anesthesia or sedation may be administered to ensure a pain-free and anxiety-free procedure.
- A surgical guide may be used to precisely place the implants in the cortical bone
- The implants are surgically inserted into the jawbone through small incisions in the gums. The cortical bone provides strong support for immediate loading.
4: Immediate Loading:
- In traditional implant procedures, a waiting period of several months (typically 3-6 months) is required for the implants to integrate with the bone before attaching the final restoration.
- Corticobasal immediate loading implants are designed to allow for immediate or early loading, which means that the prosthetic teeth or restorations can be attached shortly after implant placement.
5: Restoration Attachment:
- After the implants have been placed, a temporary or provisional restoration is often attached immediately or shortly after surgery. This allows the patient to have functional teeth while the implants heal.
- The temporary restoration is replaced with a permanent one once the implants have fully integrated with the bone, typically within a few months.
6: Follow-up Care:
- Patients are closely monitored during the healing process to ensure the implants are successfully integrating with the bone.
- Regular check-ups with the dentist are essential to assess the progress and make any necessary adjustments.
Corticobasal immediate loading implants are designed for specific cases and should be carefully evaluated and planned by an experienced dental professional. The success of the procedure depends on various factors, including the patient’s bone quality, oral health, and adherence to post-operative care instructions.
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