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Dental Implant

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Implant

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At HD Smile Clinic, we are your trusted partners in dental care. Our practices are dedicated to providing quality care by offering the highest level of service, which is why we have a well-deserved reputation for excellence.

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Service Procedure

1- Damaged tooth removal.

2- Jawbone preparation (grafting), when needed

3- Dental implant placement.

4- Bone growth and healing.

5- Abutment placement.

6- Artificial tooth placement.

HD Smile Clinic is dedicated to providing high-quality services to our patients. Take a look below to find out what we specialize in, and get in touch with any additional questions or to learn more.

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Types of over-implant compensation

Today, agriculture is considered one of the most important prosthodontics sciences, not only on a functional level but also on an aesthetic level.” Today, there is no longer the science of dental implants, but the science of cosmetic dental implants, and it has become difficult to achieve everything the patient wants without the use of dental implants, which have become closely linked to the science of cosmetic prostheses due to the great development that occurred in the techniques used and the great success that it achieved on the aesthetic and functional level. Today, agriculture is considered one of the most important prosthodontics sciences, not only on a functional level but also on an aesthetic level.” Today, there is no longer the science of dental implants, but the science of cosmetic dental implants, and it has become difficult to achieve everything the patient wants without the use of dental implants, which have become closely linked to the science of cosmetic prostheses due to the great development that occurred in the techniques used and the great success that it achieved on the aesthetic and functional level.

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Types of implants used

 

Types of implants used

1- Ordinary dental implants:

This technique depends on the hand of an expert doctor; In which he anesthetizes the patient and makes small surgical incisions in the gums to install the implant, which has a prominent tip above the gums on which crowns and bridges are fixed. Then the surgeon stitches the wound with a small number of stitches according to the size of the wound and the number of teeth to be implanted.

Of course, this type of dental implant involves some risks of traditional surgeries, such as the possibility of bleeding, inflammation or bacterial infection and some pain associated with the wound, but it is easy to control these side effects by following the doctor’s instructions after the operation and taking the prescribed medications, often anti-bleeding, inflammation and antibiotics ( Antibiotics) and painkillers according to each case.

2- Laser dental implants:

This type of dental implant is based on the same principle as regular surgery, but it differs in the use of a laser instead of the usual surgical tools in making surgical incisions, and this reduces any possible infection due to poor sterilization. What is meant, which reduces the need to sew surgical stitches to close the wound and the laser works to connect blood vessels, reduce bleeding and stop the work of bacteria; All of the above-made laser dental implants are the best, safest, and most successful type of dental implant, and therefore more expensive than regular dental implant surgery.

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All-on-four technology

 

 

Advantages of the All-on-4 technology compared to traditional dental implants?

1. Dental implants in one day:

It is a major development in the field of traditional implant operations, which need about six months to be completed with a long recovery time at each stage of the surgery.

Using this process means that you can get your new smile at the same time.

This technique gives you all on 4 smiles in one day.

 

2. Planting at a 45-degree angle for best results:

During the traditional implant procedure, the implants are inserted vertically at a 90-degree angle, while in the All on 4 technique, the back implants are used at a 45-degree angle.

This technique is a solution for people who suffer from bone loss, so they will not need a bone graft.

 

3. Only four implants are enough for one jaw:

A full mouth implant using traditional methods requires eight to ten implants for the jaw, while the All-on-4 technique needs only four. In some cases, five or more may be required in the upper jaw due to a decrease in bone density.

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Zygomatic Implant

 

Dental implants with Zygomatic implants. Zygomatic implants are used when the jawbone is low or the amount of upper jawbone (maxillary bone) is insufficient to place the implants. These implants are placed in the cheekbones and are longer than regular dental implants.

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Horizontal Bone Augentation

 

A mandibular osteotomy can correct:

  • mandibular depression

  • lower jaw protrusion

The surgeon makes incisions behind the molars and along the bottom of the jawbone so that the front part of the jaw can move as one unit. The jaw can then be moved to its new location either forward or backward. Plates and screws stabilize the jawbone during recovery.

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Vertical Bone Augentation

 

Surgery may be done on the upper jaw to correct:

  • Significant retraction or protrusion of the upper jaw

  • cross occlusion

  • Too many or too few teeth

  • open occlusion

  • Decreased growth in the middle of the face (midface hypoplasia)

The surgeon cuts the bone above your teeth so that your entire upper jaw — including the roof of your mouth and your upper teeth — can move as one unit. The jaw and upper teeth are moved forward so that they align correctly with the lower teeth. This can be planned on a computer to determine if additional work, such as orthodontics, is needed to help correct any remaining occlusion difference.

Open occlusion occurs when excess bone grows over the molars, causing angles to appear on a surface that is usually flat and smooth. To correct this, the surgeon scrapes or removes the excess bone.

Once the jaw is realigned, the plates and screws hold the bone in its new position.

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