New Dental Implant Technologies

Traditional dental implants require a six-month or longer operation. Before being crowned, the implant is inserted and given six months to bond with the bone and recover. The advancements in advanced dental implant technologies have culminated in ‘immediate loading,’ which allows for a one-day treatment for teeth implants.Learn more by visiting Alta Canyon DentalĀ 

Recent Developments

The way teeth are replaced has been revolutionised thanks to modern implant technology. Coating processing advancements, implant shape and thread designs advancements, and three-dimensional scanning systems are just a few of the radical developments that are transforming the way implants are performed.

Coating Technology Advancements: New coating technologies also rendered it simpler for dental implants to integrate with the jawbone, resulting in increased stability and longevity. One of the most recent advancements in the industry is the coating of dental implants with a synthetic bone material. This aids the implant’s integration into the jaw bone.

Scanning System in Three Dimensions: Cone Beam Volumetric Technology is used in a 3D dental CT scan (CBVT). It enables the scan to be completed whilst the patient is seated, providing a direct vision of where the implant should be positioned. The screened picture is of good consistency, and the patient’s susceptibility to radiation is minimised.

Thread Designs and Tooth Implant Shapes Improvements: The thread architecture of primary implants has a significant effect on their stability. Modern dental thread implant technology provides full primary interaction, improved flexibility, increased implant surface region, and stress-free bone incorporation. Bone failure is reduced thanks to this breakthrough in implant manufacturing.

Dental Implants with No Screws: Single tooth dental implantation without the usage of screws is another recent development. This innovative technique uses a clipping system to secure the abutment to the crown material.