If you have lost a single tooth replacement with a dental implant, the adjacent healthy teeth remain intact. However, with conventional bridges would require carve
and lay a wreath
If you are missing several pieces on the side, or on the back of one or both sides of his jaw, rehabilitation with dental implants prevents a removable dental prosthesis
possibly remain fixed on the palate or other teeth.
Healthy teeth are intact and the dental prosthesis is “rooted” firmly.
Maxilla in which many parts are missing
After years of gradual loss of teeth, it is possible that only a few remaining teeth that may provide support for a dental prosthesis.
Supporting bridges and prosthesis becomes increasingly difficult as natural teeth become loose due to, for example, sweeps.
In these cases, it is almost impossible to achieve a satisfactory result.
By contrast, dental implants allow distribute stress evenly and prevent the premature loss of teeth remaining.
The presence of a toothless jaw is the main indication for placement of dental implants.
Because of marked bone resorption over the years, the prosthesis of the jaw tend to have a very low stability. It can be achieved
stabilize these prosthesis using dental implants, ie, they can be set by different anchoring systems or, if the situation permits, getting dentures are completely fixed.
The structures of bridges or removable telescopic prosthesis or bars allow optimum comfort level, perfect aesthetics and phonetics, and allow proper cleaning.
In general, these structures are based on a range from four to eight implants with great stability which is achieved.