Implantation has firmly embedded in dentistry in recent years. It replaces the usual prosthesis with dentures. Dental implants have great advantages over other types of prostheses, and if you decide on their installation, you should know all pros and how it can be implanted (methods of implantation).
Combined Implantation and its Advantages
Implantation can be defined according to the type of load, which is given immediately to the chewing separated jawbone (which means that within 10 days after implantation, the patient should start chewing food).
One of common implantation types is a classical method with the load on the front section. This technique is used in case you need to install separate crowns on freestanding implants in place of a lost tooth (most often in the front). Complex implantation is conducted when giving an instant load on the entire jaw immediately is necessary: setting implants and crowns within 10 days.
If several methods of implantation are applied, the patient is able to reduce the costs of restoring the dentition.
By reduced amount of bone tissue and gums narrowed crest, combined implantation gives the possibility of quick teeth restoration. Compression implants, as well as basal ones, are the best for this procedure.
Phases of Treatment
Preparing to implantation is an active treatment of the gums and adjacent teeth (oral cavity sanitation), the diagnosis of jaw contraindications, treatment planning, and passing the general examination and laboratory tests.
Foreign patients have their treatment plan drawn up in advance, based on the panoramic image and 3D tomography. Then the surgeon chooses a method of implantation and defines the location of installation. If the classical method is selected, it is possible to require an increase in the tissues of the maxillofacial bones (sinus lift).
Classic and Basal implantaton: 2 stages or 1 stage ?
Classic implantation is placed on the prepared gum, where a hole in the bone tissue is made, and then implant itself is fixed.
Basal implantation is minimally traumatic procedure that involves not deep cuts, but a method of puncture.
The next step is grafting of classical implant, which may take from 60 to 120 days.
Combined dental implantation is using of multiple methods in combination. For example, it may be a classic implantation with aesthetic qualities requirement conducted in the anterior region and implant placement, which instantly gives the load on chewing parts.
If implantation is conducted in a combined way, various types of implants can be installed: screw, compression, or basal fixations.
Complex ROOTT-implantation is sometimes conducted with the use of three different dental implants such as basal, compression and classic.
Procedure with various methods is well suited for those who require the selection of different types of implants for different parts of jaw. By this method you can restore the entire dentition in a short time, and despite small amount of the bone tissue.
Dental Implantation Costs in Belarus
It is important to understand that the cost of the implant “turnkey” is based on the following:
The cost of durable implant can vary from clinic to clinic in Belarus. Prices of Israeli implants are approximately 600 EUR. Prices of Swiss implants can be 700 – 750 EUR.