Life is so much harder and uncomfortable when you are missing teeth, but we are fortunate to live in a time when technology has the ability to fix oral problems with more efficiency and ease than ever before. Dental implants are the very best tooth replacement options, and now is the time for you to obtain your own implants and regain the natural look, feel, and function of your mouth.
As you prepare for your implant therapy, it is important to select an implant specialist who uses cutting edge implant therapy techniques to ensure optimal outcomes. At Dental Implant Solutionz in Largo, Florida, Dr. Tadros utilizes advanced osseodensification placement to preserve healthy jaw structures. Here’s everything you should know about this process.
What Is Advanced Osseodensification?
In order to receive dental implants, a space needs to be created within your jawbone to place the implant itself. For years, the only way to do this was to actually extract, or cut out, pieces of the jawbone to create holes. Though this process did work, it unnecessarily weakened the bone. Osseodensification is a new and innovative procedure that condenses your jawbone to make room for each implant instead. This process creates the implant site by pushing the bone outward from where the new tooth needs to be placed. Not only does advanced osseodensification make room for the implant, it also makes the surrounding areas denser and stronger than they were before.
It’s Like Adding New Bone
Implants require a certain quantity and strength of jawbone in order to be placed into the mouth. Many patients have experienced bone degradation and find themselves needing a bone graft before they can receive implants. Osseodensification makes it possible to strengthen the jawbone without a bone graft. Since the procedure slowly displaces your existing bone tissues and makes them more compact around your implant, it achieves the strength of new bone without any grafting needed.
Superior to Traditional Techniques
Advanced osseoensification is superior to traditional implant techniques for many different reasons. First, it saves you money! You no longer have to pay for a surgical bone graft, costly hospitalization, and removal of healthy jaw bone. Your implant site will even heal faster after osseodensification, since you do not have to endure any invasive bone removal.
Why would you want to remove healthy jawbone for your dental implants when you can instead condense the bone and make it stronger? Dr. Tadros trained directly under the supervision of the developer of the osseodensification technique, so he proudly offers this innovative technique to all of his patients. If you’re ready to obtain implants in the most efficient way possible, call (727) 202-4926 to make your appointment at Dental Implant Solutionz now.