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Are you considering dental implants? Tips on selecting the right dental implant team, the steps involved in setting the dental implant including information on bone grafting, gum development, and ...

Are you considering dental implants? Tips on selecting the right dental implant team, the steps involved in setting the dental implant including information on bone grafting, gum development, and selecting the final prostheses. Dr. Steve Koo, Dr. Thomas Weil, and the Houston dental implants team of Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery are dedicated to providing the ultimate in diagnostic and surgical services for their patients. For more information visit http://www.pineypointoms.com/ | Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery | Phone: (713) 783-5560 | Fax: (713) 783-3116 | 2450 Fondren, Suite 320, Houston, TX 77063

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How to Select a Dental Implant Specialist by Piney Point OMS How to Select a Dental Implant Specialist by Piney Point OMS Presentation Transcript

  • CREATING THE ULTIMATE SUCCESS IN ESTHETIC IMPLANTS Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • STEP 1 FINDING THE RIGHT IMPLANT TEAM Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • STEP 1 Finding the Right Implant Team • Finding the right team is crucial to the success of most dental implants • Most successful teams comprise of a restorative dentist and an implant surgeon • Key factors to look for a successful team is experience and reputation!
  • The Successful Implant Team Restorative Dentist Implant Surgeon
  • The Successful Dental Team • Getting to know your new dental team – For most cases, the most successful team is made of two dentists: a restorative dentist and an oral/ maxillofacial surgeon – The restorative dentist develop mastery on making the implant supported crowns, bridges, or dentures – The surgeon’s specialty and expertise allow him to properly develop the implant site and surgically place the implant in the right position
  • STEP 2 PLANNING FOR A SUCCESSFUL RESULT Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Step 2 Planning for a Successful Result • The restorative dentist and implant surgeon must collaborate to get all the information needed for a successful result. • Proper information means obtaining a comprehensive exam, getting x-rays, getting study models, and even getting 3 D imaging. • Once the information is obtained, a successful treatment plan is made by the team.
  • Information needed for a successful result ! Comprehensive Exam Dental X-rays Study Models 3 D Imaging – Cone Beam Technology
  • Collaboration of Implant Team
  • STEP 3 BUILDING THE FOUNDATION OF BONE Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Step 3 Building the Bone Foundation • After extraction of a tooth, healing often becomes unpredictable. Bone often heals improperly, leaving a defect. • Boney defects must be corrected prior to placement of an implant. • Bone grafting is performed by the surgeon to either prevent or correct a bone defect.
  • Particulate Bone Grafting • Particulate bone grafting is to prevent a boney defect.
  • Block Grafting • Block Grafting is done to repair a boney defect.
  • STEP 4 PRECISE IMPLANT PLACEMENT Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Step 4 Precise Implant Placement • Implants should be properly positioned in all dimension: height, width, angulation and depth. • Implants that are placed improperly can cause serious issues inesthetics and function.
  • STEP 5 DEVELOPMENT OF THE RIGHT GUM Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Step 5 Gum Development • Gum development after implant placement is important to allow normal architecture of gums to create an esthetic result with the crown.
  • Gums around implants • For implants in the “smile zone” the gum tissue must be shaped by a healing abutment or a temporary crown.
  • Gum Grafting • For gums that do have the necessary contour or shape, gum grafting is needed prior to placement of the final crown.
  • STEP 6 FINAL PROSTHESES Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Single Unit Crown • Use of custom abutments allow the proper contour for a healthy and natural gum line to the tooth.
  • Multi Unit Prostheses • The smile line, gum thickness and shape are all considered for an esthetic appearance. For multi-unit prostheses, the restorative dentist must use metal or ceramic extensions to support the prostheses.
  • Combined Team Approach for The Esthetic Result
  • Brought to you by Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Please check us out at www.pineypointoms.com Piney Point Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery