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Missing Multiple Teeth? See If You Are Eligible For Full Mouth Dental Implant Brisbane

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Whether you have lost multiple teeth or you are in the process of losing your teeth, you may be a good candidate for a full mouth dental implant treatment. In this procedure, your remaining teeth will get removed and full arches will be fixed to 4, 5, 6, or 8 implants throughout your lower or upper jaw. The number of implants used depends on the severity of your dental condition and your needs.


There may be a situation where you have lost only a few teeth, then you may be eligible for another procedure that involves the use of individual implants and crowns.


If you have healthy teeth and are looking for a more attractive smile, you may not be eligible for undergoing dental implant treatment. In such situations, you may be suggested to go for braces or veneers. Though dental implants Brisbane completely look and functions like your natural teeth, the dentist will not consider implants as the best solution for your healthy natural teeth.




Eligibility complication of dental implants


There are several dental complications that need to be discussed with the dentist to check if you are eligible for a full mouth dental implants Brisbane procedure. The below-given factors will not disqualify you as the right candidate for dental implant treatment, but certain factors such as the location, date, and success rate of the procedure can bring a great impact on the treatment.


Pregnancy

When it comes to the full mouth dental implant procedure, it is usually started with general anaesthesia for the surgery. In some studies, it has been found that anaesthesia is somewhat related to miscarriage, premature birth, as well as low birth weight in infants.


If you are looking for undergoing a dental implant procedure during your pregnancy, then the second trimester is the safest time to handle the effects of anaesthesia. It would be good if you can postpone the surgery or your dentist recommends waiting until your delivery.


Smoking

Do you know that smoking can bring a great impact on your salivary glands? Saliva plays a great role in fighting against harmful bacteria. If you have a lack of saliva in your mouth, it increases the risk of infection in the gums and jawbone, thus making it difficult to undergo dental implants Brisbane surgery. Nicotine stops the flow of oxygen and blood to your jawbone and this will result in weakening your immune system.


So, there are high chances of implant failure among smokers. If you want to undergo a full mouth dental implants Brisbane treatment, you must quit smoking at least 2 weeks prior to the surgery. The dentist will also recommend you avoid smoking for another 6 months after the surgery so that your implants can be healed successfully during this period.


Chemotherapy

If you want to undergo a dental implant procedure, you must know that chemotherapy results in losing the density of your jawbone. If the implants are fixed on a jawbone that has low density, there is a high risk of implant failure.


If you have ever gone through chemotherapy in the jaw, neck, or maxillofacial regions, then it is very important to inform about this situation to the dentist. He/she will recommend a CT scan to determine the bone density of your jaw. It will also help in determining your eligibility for dental implants Brisbane procedure.


Medical Conditions

There are certain health problems that can affect the ability of your jawbone to fuse with the implant. These medical conditions include heart disease, diabetes, stroke, etc. The patients who have any of these medical conditions are at high risk while under anaesthesia.


If you are the one who is dealing with two or more health issues simultaneously, then it is better to undergo dental implants Brisbane procedure in a hospital so that all health aspects can be monitored properly during and after the surgery.


Jaw bone loss

When you have a mild or moderate bone loss in the jaw, then this condition is not challenging for a full mouth implants procedure. It is so because a full arch of false teeth, whether in the lower or upper jaw, requires four or more implants for support.


If there is a severe bone loss, then you may not be eligible for dental implants Brisbane and the dentist will recommend another treatment to you. Or, you will need a bone grafting procedure before the implant surgery.


Final Words


The eligibility for dental implants procedure will be determined by the dentist. Also, don’t hesitate to take the opinions of multiple dentists if you find something concerned.

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