Dental implants are the best option for your missing teeth solution. If you really look at this missing teeth treatment from a safety point of view there is no other medical treatment which guaranteed 100 percent without risks and failures, implant operation can be considered very safe. Dental implants is considered the safest missing tooth treatment in Chicago. The prosthetic phase of this treatment is basically non-invasive and non-surgical in nature. There is not even a single case reported of allergy or rejection of the titanium alloy, and it is non-carcinogenic.
Success rates for this missing tooth solution treatment is very high, approaching 100% in some studies. Definitely, each patients particular need is different, and the complexity of the treatment is often related to the amount of success one can expect but in general there are no complaints as such. Although some exceptions are for the patients who have severe systemic disease, smoke heavily, or have a poor jaw bone site for implantation, and may expect lower success rates. This is the reason why a thorough examination is done to plan the treatment in the best way. An advanced high resolution 3D CAT Scan is used with virtual planning software instead of the traditional X-rays to plan and facilitate the design and fabrication of the final replacement teeth.
Dental implants are believed as a better option over conventional dental prosthesis; specifically, fixed bridges and removable dentures due to their few distinct advantages. For those who are missing all their teeth and suffer with complete dentures, two to four implants can help to stabilize a loose denture. This type of missing teeth treatment has been shown to help improve the health, nutrition, and quality of life for those who suffer with complete lower dentures.
or others who are looking for the missing tooth solution for only one tooth, it offers the advantage of being able to restore that missing part of the body without involving the surrounding teeth. Finally, there are some who are missing teeth only in the back of their mouth, and have no adjacent teeth to use as a support for a fixed bridge.