Advantages of immediately loaded implants

Immediate load implants allow the patient to have dental pieces implanted at the same time of the intervention. The results can be very favorable if the patient takes care of his diet and oral health, since the implant will be in the process of integration to the bone.

Immediate load implants: what are they?

Immediate load implants are a new and current technique that allows to rehabilitate with provisional prosthesis the implants placed by dental specialists in order to restore the esthetic and masticatory function.

Difference between immediate load implants and other techniques

The main difference lies in the fact that, from the first day, the patient can wear the implanted teeth. It is true that they are temporary, but they allow a completely normal life, since they maintain the esthetics and, in addition, even allow chewing with some care.

Possible risks of immediate loading implants

Scientific evidence tells us that they are techniques that, in certain bone conditions, behave like conventional implants. The condition is that the patient should be careful with his diet in the first months, because the implant is in a period of integration with the bone.

Preparation to undergo immediate load implants

Regarding the necessary preparation to undergo immediate load implants, only a very wide and safe previous diagnosis must be made in order to be able to frame the patient as a possible recipient of immediate load implants.

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Can all patients resort to this type of implants?

Yes. However, the patient is required to have a reasonably good amount of bone and gingiva.

Results obtained with immediately loaded implants

The results obtained with immediately loaded implants are really good, since the recipient patients do not have the classic inconvenience of waiting for the prosthesis to be placed, as occurs with conventional dental implants.

For more information on dental implantology in general and on immediate load implants, consult a specialist in Dentistry.