Dental implants offer a natural-looking replacement for adult teeth as part of available cosmetic dentistry services. HIOSSEN dental implants in Fort Worth, TX also restore functionality to the jaw, making speaking, eating and chewing easier. Most implants embed a screw into the bone and use a post to attach a prosthesis.
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Consider the Options to Restore Your Smile…HIOSSEN is one of the leading dental implant manufactures providing total dental solutions, Based in Pennsylvania, HIOSSEN implants are unique because the microsurface of the cone-shaped screw contains an innovative bone-bonding component. This means that we can place Hiossen dental implants in areas with low bone density, sparing the patient the mess and misery of wearing poorly fitting dentures. Additionally, the bone-bonding component means quicker recovery time after placement.
Why Should I Choose HIOSSEN Dental Implants?
There are a wide variety of dental implants in the marketplace, but HIOSEEN implants have an almost unparalleled success rate. Almost 98% of HIOSSEN dental implants are fitted successfully and last for a lifetime. HIOSSEN dental implants contain a unique feature, which is embedded in the surface of the screw. Implant screws made by other companies are sprayed with calcium phosphate to enhance the bone integration process. However, HIOSSEN screws actually contain calcium phosphate, which means that delamination is less likely to occur.
Additionally, the cone-shaped HIOSSEN screw adds precision to the placement of implants and ensures that the final prosthesis is comfortable and can withstand pressure.
Here are some of the other benefits associated with HIOSSEN implants:
- Better oral health
- Higher success rate
- Improved self-esteem
- Long-lasting results
- Natural-looking implants
- No adhesives or mess
- Prevention of bone loss and gum recession
- Sturdy, functional prosthetic teeth
How Do We Place HIOSSEN Dental Implants?
The procedure for placing HIOSSEN dental implants is similar to many other implant procedures. It takes place in two short visits, the first visit typically an hour in length and the second taking around thirty minutes.
After the dentist has analyzed the x-rays and diagnostic results, the implant root can be inserted. This procedure will be performed under local anesthetic unless another type of sedation is preferred.
Here is a step-by-step process for the first stage of a HIOSSEN dental implant placement:
- We make an incision in the gum tissue to expose the jawbone
- The dentist drills a tiny hole into the jawbone to insert the implant into
- We screw the implant into the proper position
- A small temporary stop-cap covers the implant, and we close the surgical site
- After approximately 10 days, we remove the sutures and the dentist will assess the healing process
Generally, HIOSSEN dental implants enhance the healing process, which means that the second treatment phase can be completed around 10-12 weeks after the first.
Here is a brief overview of what to expect at the second appointment: we administer a local anesthetic to make a small incision to expose the prosthetic root. The dentist then removes the temporary stop-cap and attaches a small post or abutment to the implant.
When the healing process is complete, the new dental prosthesis (usually a crown) will be created from bite impressions. We use a tiny screw to secure the prosthesis onto the abutment. Any necessary adjustments will be made to ensure the prosthesis is comfortable, and the 3i dental implant will be secure for a lifetime.
HIOSSEN Dental Implants in Fort Worth, TX
The Ellis Dental Team offers HIOSSEN dental implants in Fort Worth, TX, along with a range of other cosmetic dentistry services. Additional services we offer include: