Mini Dental Implants to Stop Bone Deterioration

Dental implants are ideal solutions for missing teeth problems. These titanium roots are embedded into the jawbone to serve as a firm base where teeth replacements (such as a dental bridge or dental crowns) can be attached to. The implants and teeth restorations close unsightly gaps caused by tooth loss and restore the healthy appearance, and normal function, of a smile. An implant treatment is also beneficial in stopping problems with bone deterioration or jawbone thinning, which comes from the loss of natural teeth.

Mini dental implants are smaller in diameter compared to conventional dental implants. The smaller diameter of mini implants makes this implant type an ideal solution for securing loose dentures with a minimally-invasive technique. The implants are placed into the jawbone without the need to cut open (and stitch back afterwards) the gums, resulting to a shorter downtime and a faster recovery period for the patient. Mini dental implants are attached to teeth replacements within the same day that they are attached to the jawbone, making it possible for patients to immediately enjoy the benefits of an implant treatment without waiting for a long period of time.

The smaller size of mini implants are ideal for instances when the jawbone has become thin due to tooth loss that has not been addressed for a long period of time. The placement of conventional dental implants can be difficult to manage with a thin jawbone; however, mini implants can easily be embedded in a thin jawbone to solve missing teeth problems. This is the reason why a mini dental implant treatment is ideal for securing loose dentures that have become ill-fitting with the passage of time, also largely due to the deterioration of the jawbone that supports the teeth restoration.

Mini dental implants also help in stopping bone deterioration from starting, or from further worsening. Jawbone deterioration occurs with the loss of natural teeth and tooth roots, which provide stimulation to the bone tissue. Without the tooth roots, the jawbone will eventually become thinner and will gradually lose its healthy bone structure. The implants serve as replacements for the lost natural tooth roots, taking on the responsibility of the tooth roots in providing much-needed bone stimulation. Bone deterioration is prevented with the help of implants; in case the bone thinning has set in after tooth loss, the implant treatment will help prevent further bone deterioration to preserve the remaining healthy bone structure.

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