Dental Implants After A History Of Using Dentures?
Hello, I want to ask, I wonder if it can be a dental implant or a pair of implanted teeth, but only one tooth after years of tooth extraction and years of wearing dentures?
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Dental implants or implanted dentures are dentures that are placed to replace the roots of a tooth or placed into the bone in the jaw (in the gums) to help the crowns to be installed properly. Dental implants will provide replacement teeth that can be used for a long time with treatments that are more or less the same as natural teeth. Teeth that have been removed for a long time can indeed change the composition of the teeth, so that the cavity left by the extracted tooth can narrow. However, if you have been using dentures, especially if the dentures are installed by a dentist, the cavities that have been removed should be still available, so that dental implants can be installed properly. You should see a dentist. The dentist will examine your teeth and the composition of your teeth to determine the plan for dental implants. Before the implant is inserted, you need to have a dental x-ray examination and part of the arrangement of your teeth will be printed to determine the size of the dental implant and the mounting technique that is most suitable for you. The dentist will explain more deeply about the planned installation of the dental implant. You may need several visits to the dentist until the dental implant is attached. After dental implants are installed, do not forget to control back to the dentist in accordance with the specified time.
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