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For thousands of years humans have been thinking of replacing missing teeth. Various methods were tried with different materials. Until Swedish doctor Branemark was successful to invent a titanium implant to be replaced by the root.


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Dental Implants

For thousands of years humans have been thinking of replacing missing teeth. Various methods were tried with different materials . Until Swedish doctor Branemark was successful to invent a titanium implant to be replaced by the root . Since then all the advances of science in the form of implants and implant surface was directed to have the greatest long-term success. Until a few years ago , an implant surgery was considered a luxury for certain people and few dentists were involved in it. Today, with the development of science and simplify the process of dental implants, this miracle dentistry is available for everyone . Years ago, dentists must give details about implants and the need for replacement of the missing teeth for the implants to justify their clients but todays, however, a large percentage of implant surgeries are done at the request of the client. Common Questions about Dental Implants .

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A dental implant is a small titanium screw which is placed into the bone where a tooth is missing to provide the most stable and long-lasting platform for the replacement of the missing teeth.Titanium dental implants were first used thirty years ago. Over that period of time there has been a very large amount of research to show that they work extremely effectively and reliably, and are the best possible replacement for missing teeth.

The main component is the titanium implant itself. This resembles a precisely manufactured screw with a specially roughened surface which makes it very compatible with bone. The implant is about the same size as the root of a natural tooth. It is placed into the bone and left to integrate for 4-6 weeks. By this time it is rock-solid in the bone. There are no problems with the integration of the implant into the bone, because titanium is one of the few materials that can perform osseointegration, whereby the implant is accepted into the bone which fuses around it.

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