New Dental Technology
Dental implants have long been a common daily treatment in most dental clinics.
Since the invention of modern dental implants in the 60’s and 70’s of the last century, many studies have been done. The biology of implants has been studied and many changes have been made in the protocols of the implants.
At the same time, new dental technologies related to the world of transplants have been developed.
Dental New Technology - Implants
- Accelerating healing
- Bone grafts
- Dental implants in one day
After inserting the dental implant, we have to wait 6 months in order for it to be absorbed onto the jawbone, and only after it’s stable and fixed in place, can we build a crown on it. This Torah was developed during the 1970s and was correct at the time.
a 6-month wait between transplantation and rehabilitation is a long and frustrating period of time. Thus, methods have been developed to shorten the waiting time between the implant insertion and the crown building on it.
Shortening the waiting time means accelerating healing or in other words – interfering with the pace of nature’s processes.
Is it even possible?
Platelet-Rich Fibrin - New Dental Technology
including a surgical incision, blood cells called platelets accumulate in the wound area. Platelets have two functions:
1 .To form a cork that stops the bleeding.
2. Platelets contain granules with chemicals called Healing Factors.
These substances are released from the Granules in the platelets into the bloodstream, and attract tissue-building cells to the wound area: bone, muscle, blood cells, connective tissue.
These cells are the workers that rebuild the tissues that were damaged during wound formation.
How to increase the amount of cells attracted to the wound area?
This is only possible if we have more platelets in the area that release more healing factors.
And how do you increase the amount of platelets in the wound area?
This can only be done if we add platelets from the outside.
PRF Method - Execution
Before starting the operation, venous blood is taken from the patient. The blood is concentrated in a centrifuge, and its layers are separated. Then isolate the platelet layer, and implant them back into the patient.
Electromagnetic Waves Method
Studies have shown that electromagnetic waves accelerate the bone healing process.
In this method of treatment, after the dental transplant is completed, a healing dome is placed on the implant head that contains an electronic chip, coil and battery that produce an electromagnetic field around the dome for 30 days from the moment of installation.
The electromagnetic waves are transmitted through the body of the metal dental implant to the surrounding bone, accelerating the healing rate. Using this healing dome we can shorten the duration of healing from half a year to two months.
Bone Grafts - New Dental Technologies
After tooth extraction it’s necessary to restore the extraction area using bone or bone substitute. As a substitute you can use bone from a bone bank, bone from an animal source or an artificial bone substitute.
Recently it turned out that the tooth dentin is similar in composition to the jawbone.
meaning: Instead of throwing away the dislocated teeth, as we have done for many years, they can be ground, to produce bone from them, and implant it at the site of displacement.
In this way we utilize the raw material we have, and produce good quality bone from it, almost like the bone itself.
Dental Implants In One Day
Dental implants in one day is the pinnacle of technology and efficiency.
This involves the restoration of an entire jaw or a whole mouth on implants. The method of execution is called All On 4. In one day, under full anesthesia, 4-6 implants are inserted into the jaw, and on them, on the same day, a temporary, beautiful, aesthetic and functional function is performed.
After 6 months, the temporary bridge is replaced by a permanent bridge. Thus, we shorten the waiting time of 6 months to one day. A long day, but in the end the healer comes out who enters without teeth with a bridge in his mouth.
New Dental Technology - In Conclusion
The latest dental technologies improve and speed up procedures. No more long awaited and outdated procedures.