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Implants: The third dentition

Many of us suffer from permanent tooth loss.Dental implants serve as THE THIRD DENTITION, offer an excellent alternative to natural teeth. Dental Implants are made up of material that are compatible with human bone and tissue.

The goal of our hospital “THE FACE” is to restore normal contour, function, comfort, esthetics, speech, and health, regardless of atrophy, disease, or injury of the stomatognathic system.
Tips & Info

The Face Hospital Tips after Dental Implant Operation

Medication: It may seem the most common thing, but make sure you take the right medication at the right time as this will make a huge difference to the recovery of infections if any.

Bleeding: Try to prevent bleeding, by applying pressure to it as soon as you notice it. If bleeding doesn’t stop apply cold best is ice pack on the surrounding jawbone area. If bleeding continues for a day or is occurring at regular intervals then its best to contact your dentist.

Swelling: You have to reduce swelling by applying ice cubes around the jawbone every 3-4 hours; it will reduce swelling and improve the recovery dramatically by reducing the swelling.

Nutrition: After Dental Implants you won’t be able to follow your regular eating habits, but having said that you need to get a proper meal to balance the nutritional value. It might sound awesome to just sit and eat ice creams and custard for weeks but you will miss out the essential vitamins and required minerals from these foods. You also need to concentrate on nutritional food to keep your immune system strong, if you fall sick or feel weak then it will affect the dental implant as well. Fruit juices, Vegetable soups, salads, and omelets are good options to keep yourself up and running.

Mouthwash: Salt water is the best mouthwash, rinsing your mouth with salt water couple of times a day will really help you to avoid any kind of infections. Take your dentist advised because he warns you if you have some kind of allergies. You can follow this practice from the second day of dental implants surgery.

Smoking: “Smoking is injurious to health“ that’s for a common person, after dental implants you need to avoid every possible way that can cause infection and smoking can create lots of hurdles in the healing process. Smoking will damage the gum around the dental implant thus increasing the risk of infection.

Drink water: Making sure you drink enough water and stay properly hydrated it will help the tissues to heal rapidly, with less complication.

Rest: You need to recover from the surgery, hence you need to take rest, if you lift heavy loads at the gym then this is the time to avoid such excessive workload. You can get back to the job after the procedure, it is advised to take a couple of days off from work sit back and relax.

What is orthognathic surgery?

It is corrective jaw surgery performed by an oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Corrective jaw surgery includes a variety of different surgeries specifically designed to fix a wide range of misalignments of the jaws and teeth. For example, if you have an under-developed lower jaw that results in your lower teeth being far behind your upper teeth when you bite down, this can be corrected through a combination of orthodontic treatment (braces) followed by a jaw surgery designed to reposition the lower jaw forward.

Are all dental misalignments corrected through orthognathic surgery?

Most minor dental misalignments are corrected through orthodontic treatment alone. However, some misalignments require surgery as well.

How does the surgeon know exactly where to reposition the jaws?

Once orthodontic tooth movement is nearly completed, you will have accurate plaster models made of your teeth and photos are taken of your face, profile, and smile. A very precise CT scan and other x-rays are also done. Your proposed surgery is planned with sophisticated software that allows the surgeon to see exactly how many millimeters and degrees of movement are needed in 3 dimensions in order to bring your teeth into the proper bite and achieve symmetry of the face.