Esthetic implants are mini implants in the form of screws that are used as an aid in the treatment of orthodontic dental disorders. Orthodontic implants are used more in orthodontic treatment than in implantology. The implantologist is responsible for placing threaded teeth in the desired location and angle as requested by the orthodontist. Orthodontic treatment can be easily applied to adults and children of all ages.
Esthetic implants can be used to correct teeth that need to be extracted or are embedded, as well as to straighten teeth that are tilted to the right or left. Orthodontic implants placed at various angles in the jaw bone provide support, allowing for correction of the problem and shortening of the treatment period.
Orthodontic Implant Application
Aesthetic implant is placed in the desired location at the appropriate angle without any surgical procedure.
A threaded dental implant is prepared to accommodate a spring or orthodontic elastic. The head of the threaded dental implant is left exposed (not completely embedded into the bone).
The aesthetic implant is connected to the tooth that requires correction through a spring or elastic designed for orthodontic applications.
Orthodontic implants allow teeth that cannot be corrected by braces and brackets to be pulled strongly in the desired direction.
Orthodontic implants are placed by a dental professional using local anesthesia. The implant is inserted into the jawbone and left to fuse with the bone over time. The process usually takes a few months.
Orthodontic implants can help improve the effectiveness of orthodontic treatment by providing additional support for teeth movement. They can also be used to treat more complex cases that may not be possible with traditional braces alone.
The placement of orthodontic implants may cause some discomfort and soreness, but this can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medications. After the initial placement, most people do not experience any pain or discomfort.
Orthodontic implants can last for many years with proper care and maintenance. However, they may need to be adjusted or replaced if they become loose or damaged.
Good candidates for orthodontic implants are those who have healthy gums and sufficient bone density in the jaw to support the implant. Your dental professional can evaluate whether orthodontic implants are a good option for you.
Orthodontic implants can be removed if necessary, but this is usually only done if there is a problem with the implant or if it is interfering with other dental procedures.