SEVEN HILLS DENTAL
Family, Orthodontic & Implant Dentistry
A dental implant is essentially an artificial tooth root which can be attached to the jaw bone. Eventually, a replacement tooth or bridge will be firmly fixed to this permanent fixture restoring complete function for your lost food-bearing surface of teeth! The key here in achieving success with implants isn't only about getting them placed correctly; if there's not enough healthy bone available on site then surgery may need done first before inserting one into ones mouth as sinus augmentation surgeries often help raise up softer tissues so they're closer together making space again where new bonding material could go down better than what was previously used.
In the most common sinus augmentation technique, a tiny incision is made near one's upper premolar or molar region to expose jawbone. An opening cut into bone reveals space where membrane lining of that particular area has been pushed upward by surgeon using gentle pressure on opposite side for about two minutes before closing it back up again with some form tissue grafting material which may come from your own body but more commonly could be synthetic based alternatives depending upon what type of procedure you are undergoing - whether dental surgery involves healthy stem cells being harvested offsite then placed directly inside tooth sockets without delay during commissioning process. The implants are placed after healing has occurred; this will depend on the individual case. Removal of sinuses can increase success rates for dental procedures, so it is important to consider options like surgery orFillings if your doctor recommends them as part of treatment planning.