Dental implants ROOTT
PROGRESSIVE - BASAL IMPLANTATION OF THE TEETH OR CLASSICAL
Despite the fact that the technique of dental restoration through implantation is gaining popularity, many patients are wary of this option to solve their problems. This fact is not surprising because everyone makes decisions, thanks to the established stereotype that implantation is painful, long and expensive. We will try to consider progressive implantation techniques and dispel the existing stereotype.
Of all possible implant methods, two are the most popular: classic implantation and progressive basal implantation.
Classic dental implantation
Despite the emergence of new technologies, classical implantation is not losing its popularity and all aspects of this procedure should be considered.
1. Preparatory period.
This stage is to plan for the future operation with the help of additional research, as well as the selection of implants for installation. This phase can last from 7 days to 1 month.
2. Bone tissue buildup.
One of the basic requirements of classical implantation is a sufficient amount of bone tissue. If the patient is present with bone tissue atrophy, then an additional bone extension surgery is required to produce a classic implant. The healing period after such surgery is from 3 to 6 months.
3. Installation of implants.
The surgeon peels off the gingival flap and forms an implant bed. Next, he immerses the implant into the bone and sutures the gum. In such conditions, it takes about six months to fully implant the implant.
After the abutment is installed, the impression is removed, which in the technical laboratory will make the crown parts of the structure.
The disadvantages of the classical methodology are obvious. From the moment of implant placement to the end result, it takes a very long time. Also, it should be noted that the additional surgery to build bone tissue is not only long, but also very painful.
Basal dental implants
In the development of the implantation method with immediate loading, all the errors and shortcomings of the classical technique were taken into account. Due to this, the timing of the treatment, the risk of implant rejection, and, most importantly, the trauma of the surgery itself, were minimized.
A very important feature of this technique is that its carrying out is possible with a minimal level of bone tissue. Often patients after tooth loss, tighten with the solution of this problem and as a result, the bone in this area atrophies. Similarly, older people face a similar problem. Basal implantation is a simple and effective way out in these situations.
Let's take a closer look at the advantages of this technique.
1. In almost 90% of cases, there is no need for additional surgery to build bone. Thanks to the special fastening elements, the implant is placed in the minimum bone volume and within a few days it is covered with a temporary crown.
2. The implant can be inserted as soon as the natural tooth is removed.
3. In a few days you will receive artificial crowns that are completely usable.
4. Implants consist of high quality titanium alloy. This ensures a long service life of this design.
5. Only high-level specialists who have confirmed their qualification in Switzerland on the basis of TRATE AG are allowed for operations of this complexity.
No long months and painful procedures! Only 3-4 days - and patients return to their usual way of life. New technologies do wonders.
The ROOTT system
ROOTT implantation is the installation of titanium implants in place of missing teeth followed by fixation of fixed dentures on them.
The ROOTT Dental Implantation System is the first system developed based on a half-century collective experience of restoring chewing and aesthetic function. It includes three fundamentally different types of implants designed to address specific clinical situations: