Dental Implants Thailand2017-02-17T18:52:20+00:00

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Dental Implants Thailand

Dental implants Thailand are now the preferred tooth replacement treatment over partial dentures and fixed bridges.  Traditional treatments either rest on your gums, as with removable dentures, or rely on adjacent teeth to serve as anchors for fixed bridges. Dental implants are placed into the jaw bone, offering a highly successful, long-term replacement option.
Did you know an estimated 69% of adults ages 35-44 have lost a minimum of one tooth to either injury, decay, or gum disease? Moreover, by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth.
Dental technology now offers alternatives to the traditional methods of tooth replacement: dentures and fixed bridges, which are associated with increased complications over time. Removable dentures cause bone loss that impacts facial structure and can loosen or alter denture fit. Improperly fitting dentures can make embarrassing clicking sounds when eating or talking.  Fixed bridges are placed by grinding down remaining adjacent teeth, also known as abutments, making these healthy teeth more susceptible to damage. Despite long-term complications, these treatments are still safe and viable.
Research indicates that dental implants Thailand yield better long-term results for tooth replacement. Titanium implants are surgically placed into the jawbone, where the implant fuses with the existing natural bone in a process called osseointegration. Properly integrated implants do not slip or make embarrassing noises and are harder to distinguish from your natural teeth. Because they mirror tooth and root structure, implants provide stimulation for the jawbone, preventing bone loss while their titanium composition makes them resistant to decay. These factors contribute to the long-term success of dental implants and subsequent overall oral health.
Dental implant Thailand technology has been around for over 20 years. Not only does the technology continue to develop and improve, but it has also stood the test of time! Patients who received implants in the ’80s and ’90s continue to report optimum functionality of their implants. With proper care and hygiene, dental implants are truly a life-long solution for missing teeth.
When considering dental implants as a solution to a missing tooth or teeth, it is important to have a basic understanding of the implant procedure. This understanding also highlights the benefits of dental implants. An implant is made of three equally important pieces: the titanium implant, the abutment, and the crown. In the first step of the procedure, the implant is surgically placed into the jaw bone. After placement, the titanium implant begins to fuse with the jaw bone. This creates a connection between jaw and implant very similar to that between jaw and a natural tooth. The next step is to fit the abutment over the part of the implant that is exposed above the gum line. Finally, the crown, the piece that looks like a natural tooth, is placed over the abutment.Tab Content
Traditionally, patients missing only one tooth select a fixed bridge for tooth replacement; however, this treatment is not without complications. A bridge often damages the remaining natural teeth, which may otherwise have remained healthy. Bridges often need to be replaced once or twice over a lifetime, depending on the patient’s age. Similar complications exist with partial dentures. Within 5-7 years of treatment, there is as large as a 30% failure rate in either fixed bridge or partial denture replacements. Given the potential complications and required repair, these options can become more costly in the long-run, particularly for patients who receive replacements earlier in life. Traditional procedures pose risks of complications, whereas implants promote overall oral and jaw health. The presence of natural teeth or implants helps to preserve the jaw bone. An extracted or lost tooth can cause the bone to weaken or erode. Bone grafting may be required to create sufficient bone structure in which to place the implant. Once placed, successful implants provide stability and work to maintain jaw health just as natural teeth do. There is over 50 years of science and research that supports the use and success of dental implants. Often, they are the best long-term option for tooth replacement.
Dental Implants  Dentures
Made of titanium. Titanium is naturally compatible with the body, which allows the implant to fuse with the jaw bone.

Stability. An implant base mimics the root of a tooth within the jaw bone and gum.  This allows implants to fit more naturally and securely, functioning similarly to natural teeth.

Replace Any Number of Teeth.Implants can replace one, few, or many missing teeth. Treatments are more tailored to patient’s needs.

Long-term Success. With proper care, implants never need to be replaced.  Like your natural teeth, good oral hygiene ensures longevity and success of treatment.

Preserves Jaw Bone. Implants stimulate the jaw bone like natural teeth, preserving the jaw bone and preventing deterioration.

Non-compatible materials. Dentures are made of acrylic, cast metal, and flexible plastic.  These are not compatible with the body and can cause irritation to gums.


Instability.
Dentures are not placed in a fixed location in the mouth and may move around and make clicking noises while eating or speaking. Natural chewing ability is impaired, which can impact nutrition.Replace Many or All Teeth. Dentures are only a viable treatment option when many or all teeth are missing.

Replacements are Needed. Dentures may need to be refitted or replaced as a result of age and deterioration of the gums and jawbone.

Contribute to Bone Loss. Because dentures only rest on the gums, the jaw bone does not receive necessary stimulation and will deteriorate with time.

Dental implants are a safe, predictable solution for replacing missing teeth. Implants look and feel like your natural teeth.  Patients with implants experience improved taste and appetite as they are able to chew without pain or discomfort.  Dental implants also improve your aesthetic appearance by rebuilding your smile, and preserving your facial structure. Your overall quality of life can improve with dental implants

Dental Implants Thailand cost in Thailand  is significantly lower than you would expect to pay in Australia, the cost of a dental implant  in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Perth in Australia would be $5000 +.

The pricing below is  for dental implants Thailand  cost in Phuket and should be used a  guide only without having dental recommendations provided.

Treatment THB AUD
Single Dental Implants inc crown 60,000 $2100
Immediate Loaded Implant 75,000 $2800
All on 4 350,000 $13,500
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