The Future of Dental Implants


Future of Dental ImplantsDental implants are the best albeit an expensive choice for people with missing teeth. However, there are many cases of senior people who had dentures made but not with a lot of success. Either the dentures looked like artificial teeth, or it came out in their hands. That is why dental glue came into being. Due to its high costs, many patients either delay the treatment, or they look for short-term reasonably priced options.

In the coming years, advanced clinical procedures and modern technology will bring about quicker healing time, improved diagnostic care, and greater accuracy in treatment planning. 3D printing, the introduction of dental implant surgery assisted by a robot, and 3D printed hyperelastic bone, reduction in dental implant failure rate are some examples we can see being deployed. Once these factors are brought into execution, they should bring a reduction in the procedure costs and an increase in coverage offered by insurance companies.

Reduction in Dental Implant Failure Rate

In the past, there have been cases where the dental implant surgery has not always been 100% successful. One of the reasons for this is when patients develop an oral microbial infection. In order to prevent bacterial biofilms, dental implants are developed that allow for the release of antimicrobial agents (chlorhexidine). This helps to diffuse the drugs from the reservoir, which stops the bacteria from forming a biofilm, thus ensuring the success of the procedure.

Dental Implant Surgery with the Help of Robots

In the near future, dental implant surgery will be assisted by robots, which will ensure the precision of the dental implant procedure.

3D Printed Hyperelastic Bone

Another technological impact which will bring a change in the industry of dental implant surgery will be using 3D printing for implants. For those patients who need bone grafting in order to have a successful dental implant surgery, 3D printed hyperelastic bone will ensure successful results. With the combination of polymers and bioactive materials, this hyperelastic bone can be layered despite the fact that it is still wet. This will allow for better conformity between each layer. As compared to traditional grafting materials, 3D printed hyperelastic bone is more porous and highly flexible, thus permitting the blood vessels to transfer quickly into the affected surgical area. Hyperplastic bones are scalable, quite cheap, and extremely easy to make.

 

Better Grafting Of Bone

In the procedure of dental implant surgery, it is imperative that there should be enough bone that can support the dental implants. In the case where support is out of the question, the dentist will have to graft the bone in order to build up structure and support for the bone. Researchers and scientists are working on various materials for bone grafting that can help speed up the dental implant process. Not only that, researchers are also trying to look for solutions, which can give you better and healthier options in bone grafting. With the help of this advancement, patients will feel no fear or apprehension while going for their dental implant surgery.

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