Currently, dental implants are the first choice of treatment for missing teeth and satisfactory osseointegration with minimal crestal bone loss is imperative for long-term success.
Children usually take the upper mid-cutter teeth in short time, followed by lower mid-cut milk teeth around six months. In the next 18 – 24 months, other milk teeth are removed. By the age of two to three years, all 20 milk teeth should be removed.
Osseointegrated endosseous dental implants for replacement of lost dentition have been in use for more than 30 years with widely reported success.
Dental implants are widely used and are considered to be one of several treatment options that can be used to replace missing
teeth. A number of implant-supported treatment options have been used successfully to replace a single tooth and multiple teeth, as well
as a completely edentulous jaw.
To date, the most widely accepted method for diagnosing periodontal disease or peri-implant status is based on clinical judgement after inspection of the gingival inflammation by observing bleeding upon probing of the target tissues and measuring the pocket depth.
Ceramic laminate veneers are a predictable treatment option for esthetic anterior restorations.
Diabetic patients with periodontal infections are at greater risk of worsening glycemic control over time compared to diabetic subjects without periodontitis.
The ultimate objective of aesthetics in dentistry is the creation of a beautiful smile with teeth of pleasing proportions and pleasant mutual relations of teeth in harmony with the gingiva and the patient’s face.
Tooth Bleaching has become one of the most effective and well-accepted aesthetic dental treatments over the past periods.
Children usually take the upper mid-cutter teeth in short time, followed by lower mid-cut milk teeth around six months.