Same Day Dental Implants In Dubai: Restoring Your Youthful Smile

Despite maintaining good oral hygiene and brushing daily, instances of tooth loss still occur, either from tooth decay, gum diseases, systemic disease, or accidents and blunt trauma.
In the past, the options for replacing the missing tooth or teeth were limited to bridges and dentures, but now, with huge developments in the field of dentistry, the story is different. With dental implants, people can bring back the youthful and confident glow of their smiles by having their missing teeth replaced with high quality artificial replacements.


The advantages of Same Day Implants

This type of cosmetic procedure offers numerous advantages including the following:

Improve your appearance, your teeth will look and feel exactly like normal teeth since it is integrated to the bone.

It will also improve your speech and self-esteem.

It will restore the function as well as the aesthetic significance of the lost tooth or teeth.

Unlike crowns or bridges, dental implants can last for a lifetime if well taken care of.

Compared to removable dentures, dental implants are more convenient for the patient.



FAQs

A dental implant is a small titanium screw that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. Dental implants can be placed in either the upper or lower jaws. Due to the biocompatible properties of titanium, a dental implant fuses with the bone and becomes a good anchor for the replacement tooth. Dental implants can be used in solutions for replacing single or multiple missing teeth.

Health is more a determining factor than age. If you’re healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, you’re probably healthy enough to receive dental implants. Implant treatment may not be recommended for patients suffering from some chronic illnesses. An examination by one of our dentists, along with a review of your dental and medical history, will help to determine whether you qualify for an implant procedure. Most patients do qualify.

Our patients typically report far less discomfort and a quicker healing time than they expected. Pain relievers are usually required for two or three days following the procedure and after that patients are typically pain-free. Most of our patients eat solid food on the day of surgery. You will be eating, laughing, smiling and enjoying life as if you just grew a brand new set of natural teeth.

Almost everyone who is missing one or more teeth and in general good health is a candidate for dental implant treatment. There are few medical conditions that can undermine the success of implant treatment, such as uncontrolled diabetes. However, there are few conditions that would keep someone from having implant treatment altogether.

Most research has shown that implants have been successful for over 30 years. However, our goal is to make them so they last a lifetime. This is much improved from dentures, which last about 5 years, and/or bridges where the expected time of use is between 7-10 years.

Absolutely! This procedure is called “immediate implantation”. It consists of removing the tooth, cleaning the infection and placing the implant, all at the same time. This process only requires a one-time appointment for the patient. Long gone are the 3 to 6 months waiting periods of bone healing before placing the implant. Like any procedure, though, there can be limitations. If the bone volume after removing the tooth is not enough, we might need to postpone the placement of the implant.

You will notice a difference almost immediately. However, the entire process will take between 3-6 months to complete. This depends on the type, and quantity of implants you need, along with the quality of bone in which the implants are placed.

Yes, you can. Many of our successfully treated patients have been smokers. There is a slightly increased risk of complications with active smokers. This will be discussed with you during your consultation.


Same Day Dental Implants: high quality replacements for lost teeth

A dental implant is a replacement for the dental root or roots that have been lost over time. These are placed in your mouth, in the bone, and used to hold the crown or bridge which is the replacement of your lost tooth or teeth.

But how is the implant or the artificial root secured inside the bone? The material which is used in dental implant is titanium which is light, strong and most importantly, bio-compatible. Bio-compatibility means that the body will not reject this material and consider it foreign material. The titanium fuse to the bone by process called Osseointegration where Osseo refers to bone and integration refers to fusing and joining and this is the basis for the success of the procedure.