Complete recovery time is typically several months after which the implants are able to firmly support dentures, crowns or bridges.
With restoration, they look and feel like natural teeth.
This is done using only four implants to support a complete fixed prosthesis.
This technique allows the fixed complete dentures to be installed immediately on new implants.
When the degradation of tissues supporting the teeth (gums, bone and periodontal ligaments) reaches an advanced state, deep lesions appear. A tissue regeneration treatment is then necessary to fix the bone defect.
Following the treatment, it is essential that patients are carefully monitored throughout their lifetime to assure the results are sustained.
This surgery is usually performed on people between the ages of 16 to 22 years old, the age when wisdom teeth typically move to their final position.
Extraction is sometimes necessary at an older age.
There are several types of grafts and the most suitable will be selected following a thorough examination.
© AlloDerm grafts contribute to tissue regeneration by accelerating revascularization, the migration of white blood cells and the cell population. We choose a host tissue that will promote strong and natural regeneration.
Gingivectomy is a minor surgery involving the removal of gum tissue (gingiva) encroaching on teeth. This surgery improves the appearance of teeth and prevents spacing which often promotes bacterial accumulation.