Contraindications in implant treatment

The adequacy of implant surgery, is from 95-97%. On the other hand, there are situations when the implant is rejected by the body or abnormal coalescence  of bone occurs. One ought to be aware of this. The risk of variations from the norm may depend to a great extent on the time period when the surgery occurred, or arrangement of the implant. It is ill advised to perform surgery instantly after tooth extraction. Rejection of the implant, does not imply that we ought to end the treatment. If the bone recuperates, another implantation may take place in the same spot. We should remember that there is an entire group of contraindications to consider and talk about with a doctor before starting the treatment. For patients who consider implantation, with inadequate bone conditions it is conceivable to perform guided bone reconstruction.

Not every patient has 10mm of bone, which is an obligatory condition to begin the implant treatment. Restoration of the lost bone structures is finished by utilizing the most up to date osteogenic materials and extraordinary surgical procedures. Guided bone recovery doesn’t hurt and includes putting an osteogenic material in a reproduced area or using patient’s bone taken from somewhere else – i.e. transplantation. The time of healing depends from the individual inclinations of the patient and may last up to six months. During this time, the regenerative and remodeling procedures occur, and the material adapts into full-fledged bone. After this stage, there are no contraindications regarding reconstruction of the missing teeth and implant process may begin.