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What problems can tooth implantation solve?

Single tooth missing. In this case there is no need to remove the neighbor teeth nerves and turn-process these neighbor teeth for tooth crown attachment
A few teeth missing in a row. Tooth implantation provides a possibility to place a stationary dental prosthesis instead of a removable dental prosthesis.
All teeth missing

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Tooth Implantation History

In 1965 professor Ingvar Branemark was a head of research group at the University of Goteborg (Sweden) and his studies finally resulted in osteo-integration discovery (titanium prosthesis integration into tissue). Branemarks researches were aimed at jaw bone healing and regeneration after injury. The most remarkable thing about this is that osteo-integration phenomenon was discovered accidentally.

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Teeth Removal

Modern dentistry allows avoiding the removal in most cases, but it is sometimes necessary to remove the teeth! Surgical removal must be done only as a last resort when other methods of saving the tooth is no longer possible or when the tooth may become a cause of serious complications.

Indications for tooth removal:

  • dental sanation in the presence of chronic periodontitis in the acute stage, when the inflammatory focus at the apex of the tooth can not be eliminated by the complex of therapeutic measures;
  • Removal of teeth, which can cause cysts, inflammation, or neuritis of the trigeminal nerve;
  • If the tooth hurts the tongue or cheeks, or interferes with the right bite;
  • multi-rooted teeth, which are the cause of odontogenic osteomyelitis;
  • When fitting the prosthesis, if the teeth interfere with proper installation;
  • teeth destroyed by caries, cleaved so that they can not be restored;
  • teeth incorrectly placed in the mouth;
  • wisdom teeth.

Contraindications for tooth removal:

  • cardiovascular disease (hypertension, angina, rheumatic fever, bacterial endocarditis in the acute stage, severe cardiac decompensation, marked disturbances of tempo and rhythm of heartbeats - atrial fibrillation, paroxysmal tachycardia, accompanied by cardiac failure).
  • kidney disease
  • infectious hepatitis in the acute stage
  • acute leukemia, agranulocytosis
  • hemorrhagic diathesis
  • mental diseases during the exacerbation
  • acute ischemic stroke
  • acute infections (influenza, acute catarrh of the upper respiratory tract), including the highly contagious and highly dangerous
  • purulent inflammation (abscesses, phlegmons, erysipelas)
  • 1, 2, 9-th months of pregnancy
  • stomatitis
  • Radiation therapy (maxillofacial localization of the tumor).

After removal adjacent teeth begin to shift, sometimes quite substantially, and this can highly affect the general condition of the teeth. Removing even a single tooth can cause serious problems with chewing. To avoid these complications the defect of the dentition should be replaced with an artificial tooth.