The ABCs of Subperiosteal Dental Implants
The ABCs of subperiosteal dental implants begin with A for Assessment. Our experienced team will thoroughly evaluate your oral health and determine if subperiosteal implants are the right solution for you. B stands for Benefits, as these implants offer numerous advantages such as improved chewing ability, enhanced aesthetics, and increased confidence in your smile.
Lastly, C represents the care required after the procedure. Our dedicated team will guide you through post-operative steps to ensure appropriate recovery and the continued success of your new endeavor over the long term implant.
Because of our individualized approach and cutting-edge technology, we are able to provide patient care. Keels Family & Cosmetic Dentistry is committed to providing top-quality subperiosteal dental implant solutions that restore your smile’s functionality and beauty.
What’s a Subperiosteal Dental Implant?
A subperiosteal dental implant is a tooth restoration option offered at Keels Family & Cosmetic Dentistry for patients with insufficient jaw bone density. This kind of dental implant is used to replace teeth that have been lost when insufficient healthy bone is available to support traditional implant methods.
A custom-made metal framework is placed beneath the gum tissue and rests on the jawbone during the subperiosteal dental implant procedure. The framework is designed to fit the unique shape of the patient’s jawbone and provide stability for the artificial teeth.
How do Subperiosteal Implants Work?
Subperiosteal implants provide a tooth restoration option for individuals with insufficient bone density in the jaw. In contrast to the conventional dental implants, which are embedded directly into the jawbone, subperiosteal implants utilize a custom-made metal framework to fit over and beneath the gum tissue.
The process of osseointegration, where the implant fuses with the jawbone, still occurs with subperiosteal implants, ensuring stability and functionality. These implants are typically used with limited jaw structure, challenging conventional implant techniques.
By placing the metal frame under the gum tissue, subperiosteal implants can securely support artificial teeth, providing a solution for patients who may not be suitable candidates for other types of implants due to bone loss or other factors.
Who Could Benefit from Subperiosteal Implants?
Subperiosteal implants are typically recommended for individuals with insufficient jawbone density to support traditional endosteal implants. They may be suitable for patients who cannot undergo bone grafting or have experienced bone loss due to factors like gum disease or tooth extractions.
Pros and Cons
- Suitable for patients with limited bone density.
- There is no need for invasive bone grafting surgery.
- Custom-made for a precise fit.
- It can support multiple missing teeth.
- It may not be as stable as endosteal implants.
- Greater risk of complications.
- It may require adjustments over time.
- It is less commonly used than endosteal implants.
The cost of subperiosteal implants can vary widely depending on factors such as the number of implants needed, the case’s complexity, the materials used, and the location of the dental practice. These implants are often considered a more expensive option compared to endosteal implants due to their customized nature and the additional surgical steps involved.
It’s essential to consult with your dentist in order to receive an individualized cost estimate that is based on your unique requirements and conditions.
Keels Family & Cosmetic Dentistry provides various dental services, including routine cleanings, check-ups, and advanced cosmetic procedures. Experienced dentists use the latest techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure optimal oral health. Our friendly staff creates a welcoming environment, making every visit comfortable and stress-free.
We understand each patient is unique and tailor treatments accordingly. Keels emphasizes preventive care, focusing on regular dental visits for early detection and prevention of oral health issues. We also educate patients on proper oral hygiene practices for long-term dental wellness.
Schedule an appointment today to experience exceptional dental care and achieve a healthy smile!