Dental implant surgery in NY 11361 is done for replacing the tooth roots with metal screw like posts. It replaces the damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth and look and function just like real ones.
If the jawbone is not thick enough or quite soft, you may need bone grafting before dental implant surgery.
During the surgery for placing the dental implant, the surgeon will cut open your gum and expose the bone. Holes will be drilled in the bone where implant metal post will be placed.
Once the dental implant post is placed in jawbone, osseointegration begins. During this process the jawbone unites and grows with the surface of dental implant.
The surgeon will reopen the gum to expose the dental implant and the abutment is attached to dental implant.
This type of denture is similar to conventional removable denture and can be partial or full denture.
Here, the artificial tooth is permanently screwed on the individual implant abutment.
Most of the implants are successful but if the bone fails to fuse, the implant is removed, bone is cleaned and the procedure takes place again after 3 months.