INNOVATIONS IN DENTAL IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY 2/2 – KANATA IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY CARLETON PLACE

INNOVATIONS IN DENTAL IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY 2/2 – KANATA IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY CARLETON PLACE 700 500 Marchwood Dental Clinic Kanata - Implants

INNOVATIONS IN DENTAL IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY (PART 2)

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Even if you have dental implants, you may not know all of the advanced technology that went into the fabrication process. in this article, we continue to illustrate the evolution and most recent advancements in dental implant technology that make smile restoration a reality:

 

Antibacterial coating for dental implants

Bone graft for dental implants

 

HOW HAS INNOVATION IMPROVED THE OUTCOME OF DENTAL IMPLANTS?

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Innovation in the dental field has tackled many problems, including the issue of bone loss caused by missing teeth. Bone loss is very adverse, not only for your remaining teeth, but also for facial form and structure.

  1. Bone grafts

If a tooth is lost and not quickly replaced with a dental implant, over time the bone left behind will resorb and give the face a sunken appearance. Bone grafts revitalise and rejuvenate the facewhile providing the best possible foundation for implant treatment.

Bone grafts and soft tissue grafts are used to regenerate the original jaw and gums, restoring natural form and function. In many cases, the placement of a bone substitute biomaterial may be sufficient to acquire some bulk properties, shape the contour of the bone and soft tissues and ultimately provide a better structural and aesthetic outcome.

 

  1. Antibacterial coating

A major breakthrough in implantology was the creation of a coating that improves and maximizes the integration of the implant to the bone. This coating ultimately protects the structure against acid from food that is harmful not only to your natural teeth but to dental implants as well. The special coating allows the prosthetics to last even longer.

 

  1. Computer-guided surgery

Possibly the most remarkable and exciting advancement is the use of computer-guided surgery to fully direct the process in the most precise way possible, ensuring that the implant post is placed correctly and set up for success. Ultimately, this precision and predictability guarantees fewer surprises during surgery and allow for more accurate treatment results for the patient.

 

As time goes on, advancements in dental implant technology will continue to evolve, making the process of transforming smiles even easier! If you’ve been thinking about restoring your smile due to missing teeth, don’t hesitate to talk to us about dental implants and how these innovations can benefit you.

In our next article following this series, we will cover situations when an implant is recommended, and what to expect from the procedure. See you at the next article!

Marchwood Dental Clinic specializes in dental implants crown and aesthetic treatments, focusing on the oral and dental health of patients in Kanata, Dunrobin, Carleton Place, Almonte, Carp and all of West Ottawa. We offer many treatment options and alternatives with cutting-edge technology to guarantee the quality of our service.

Contact us and schedule your appointment at Marchwood Dental Clinic serving Kanata, Dunrobin, Carleton Place, Almonte, Carp and all of West Ottawa today. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more information.

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