3. SURGICAL PHASE.
The sequence of surgical treatment with implants is simple:
For implant placement within the bone, the degree of trauma is the equivalent to that of a routine dental intervention: we use the same anesthesia, for example, for dental extraction.
An amount of tissue equivalent to the size of the implant chosen is removed from the bone and it is screwed with a small friction: it is necessary to keep in mind that during the first 15 days the implant will use this force to maintain -to get in your place. As of the 3rd week, the biological union with the bone is the biggest force in implant retention.
After 4 or 5 weeks, we evaluate the degree of integration of the implant into the bone, and if we consider it correct, we can take the measures to make the tooth, the bridge or the denture.
4. PHASE OF COLLOCATION OF THE PROSTHESIS.
Normally two tests of the prosthesis are made: one of the structure, metallic or ceramic, that will support the set. The other of the ceramic coating that will give the final result, aesthetic and functional.
Once the dental team and patients are satisfied with the aesthetic and functional results of the prosthesis, proceed to the lodge for an interim period of time, to be sure it works as expected and patient satisfaction.
If everything is correct, after two or three weeks is definitely places the prosthesis: you use a tool that gives the snail-bonding implant prostheses appropriate pressure.
If after a few years you want to disassemble to check the status can be done routinely.