As you know, implant is the best way to replace a missing tooth. Implants, like any other treatment, have improved with the advancement of technology, and there are different types, including immediate implants, mini implants, and digital implants.

Digital implant

Digital implants use new tools and 3D software for minimally invasive surgery. With digital implants, pain and bleeding are reduced to a great extent, and the base of the implant is placed inside the jaw with great precision.

Digital implants are more expensive than conventional implants due to the use of more technology and the need for higher expertise of the doctor.

What is digital implant surgery?

Losing teeth can be an unfortunate event for a person and can affect the health of the mouth, teeth, jaw bone and self-confidence. One of the best treatments for replacing a lost tooth is a dental implant

Digital implant surgery uses a 3D computer simulation to assess bone health and nerve status. With this information, a dentist will be able to plan a minimally invasive surgery. Because digital implant surgery involves the smallest possible incision, it is less painful than traditional implant surgery.

During the dental procedure, a precise guide is installed on your teeth to avoid damaging the nerve or surrounding teeth. The guide also helps dentists make precise but small incisions to place dental implants.

What is minimal incision surgery?

The meaning of minimal incision in digital implant is that the smallest incision is made on your gums to reduce the patient’s pain, length of recovery and avoid stitches. By means of the 3D simulator that was mentioned, the smallest incision is made and you will not need to do stitches for your gums.

Minimal incision surgery

Also, in digital implant, due to the fact that the smallest incision is made, the bleeding and swelling of the surgical area is reduced to a great extent, and the dentist no longer needs to cut the gum to the bone and check the condition of the nerves in the area.

How is digital implant performed?

The method of performing dental implants digitally is very similar to traditional implants. Digital implant steps include two sessions.

In the first step, the patient takes the necessary photos and takes them to the dentist. After checking the complete condition of the jaw and the toothless area digitally, the doctor starts the implant surgery.

The difference between digital implants and traditional implants is that the doctor uses advanced equipment and software to perform surgery with minimal pain, bleeding, and cuts, and digital implants are performed with the aim of high accuracy and less invasiveness.

Why choose a digital implant?

As you know, today there are different types of implants such as immediate implants, mini implants, digital implants. Each of these types of implants has its own advantages and disadvantages.

The purpose of digital implants is surgery with minimum incision and by using new technologies, the implant is placed in its exact place and increases the quality and longevity of the implants. Also, minimal incision surgery reduces pain and bleeding.

Does it hurt less?

In traditional implant surgery, a complete incision must be made in the toothless area, that’s why many patients have turned to digital implants. Digital dental implant surgery requires 3D photos and they examine the bone condition and nerve position by means of a simulator.

The incision in the digital tooth implant on your gums is so small that no stitches are needed after the implant operation, and your bleeding and swelling will be reduced to a great extent.

How long is the dental implant surgery?

Normally, the entire length of this operation lasts about 10 to 30 minutes, and of course, this time depends on the conditions of these people. It should be noted that the meaning of the action is the duration of the placement of the base

Who is digital implant suitable for?

Dental implants do not traditionally have age restrictions and all people whose jaws are fully grown can have implants. But some factors may cause treatment failure. The most important factor in implant failure is infection, and people with diabetes, cancer, and radiation therapy face problems for implant. Also, people who smoke should stop after the implant or reduce it to a large extent to prevent the implant.

Fear of dentistry or dental phobia or odontophobia is one of the common fears around the world, which causes many people to avoid going to the dentist just because of this fear and end up facing much more complicated and painful problems. Sedation or dentistry in sleep is one of the ways to overcome fear during dentistry.

What is dentistry in sleep or sedation in teething?

In general, sedation in dentistry is a method of controlling stress and unwanted reactions using medication. Sedation (sedation) has made many people who were deprived of receiving normal dental services in the not-so-distant days, able to overcome the nightmare of their fear or reactions.

This fear can have different degrees from mild to very severe. Sometimes the intensity of this fear increases to such an extent that the patient cannot be treated under normal conditions, and the discussion of complete anesthesia in dentistry is raised.

In the statistics presented in England in 2009, about 36% of the patients have experienced a moderate degree of this fear, and 12% of these people are so afraid of dentistry that under no circumstances, even in the presence of severe dental pain. They are not even willing to go to the dentist.

Why we are afraid of dentistry and what does sedation help?

Fear of dentistry has different aspects. Different patients are sometimes afraid of the whole of dental treatments and in some cases they are only afraid of a specific thing such as anesthesia injection, the sound of teeth being milled and shaved, surgical instruments and pain during work and similar things.

An unpleasant dental experience in childhood due to the unavailability of pediatric dentistry or a painful treatment in adulthood such as wisdom tooth surgery are among the main causes of dental fear.

There are some people who, although they have not had a painful dental experience, but have heard so many scary things about dentistry that they are afraid of doing these treatments.

Fear of anesthesia injection is one of the most common fears of patients. In this case, it should be said that dental injections, contrary to the scary appearance of its metal syringes, are not as painful as injections in other parts of the body. Dental needles are much finer and thinner than normal injection needles.

This simple comparison can reduce your fear significantly. At the same time, remember that the result of this few seconds of injection can be a pain-free and stress-free treatment.

Dentistry in sleep

In sleep dentistry, by complying with the necessary standards and using advanced equipment in a 24-hour dental clinic, along with the prescription of drugs, it is possible to provide suitable conditions for performing dental services such as implants, tooth extraction, etc. for the patient under sedation.

Interesting points in dentistry in sleep

An interesting point is that adults’ fear of children is much stronger and deeper. A child’s fear can be moderated and diverted, but this is almost impossible for adult patients.

A patient dentist who has experience working with children can usually reduce the child’s fear and provide the necessary treatment by using certain tricks.

Fear of dentistry, especially when it is more than mild, can lead to serious problems for the patient and the dentist.

Many people are not willing to go to the dentist and fix their dental and gum problems because of this fear.

As a result, these problems progress day by day and cause severe damage to the teeth and gums.

On the other hand, usually in these conditions, the destruction of the teeth is to such an extent that their restoration and reconstruction will be a difficult and expensive task, and even after the treatment, one cannot have enough confidence about the success of the treatment and the durability of the tooth.

In the case of adults, there are various methods to reduce fear, one of which is sedation in dentistry. Meanwhile, the dentist plays a very important role in reducing the patient’s anxiety.

By explaining the treatment procedures to frightened patients, the dentist can reduce their fear of equipment and treatment procedures. Patients who are afraid of dentistry can ask the dentist to explain the treatment steps and the equipment used before starting the treatment. Of course, complete and deep anesthesia in dentistry is the last step.

Another name is removable prosthesis based on overdenture implant. A removable prosthesis relies on a prosthetic implant that is fully or partially supported by the implant and soft tissue. The amount of support depends on the number of implants placed. The amount and quality of residual bone, maxillary arch, front teeth, bruxism and patient habits, diameter, length and width of implants used, patient medical history and treatment costs are among the factors that affect the treatment plan and the number of implants used. Lays. The benefits of implant-based removable prosthesis treatment are well established. Implants maintain the height of the jawbone, improve chewing efficiency, increase the patient’s self-confidence, and support the patient psychologically. Implants can also be placed in very symmetrical positions so that in the long run, other implants can be placed, which allows the creation of a prosthesis based on a fixed implant.

The important point in this treatment plan is that the implant-based removable prosthesis is always considered as a temporary treatment and the final treatment includes a fixed implant-based prosthesis that is done by placing an implant in each jaw. The number of implants depends on the patient’s factors and the advice of a prosthetist and surgeon.

Differences between artificial teeth and removable implants based on implants

Although removable dentures are one of the oldest ways to replace missing teeth in the upper or lower jaw and are relatively simple to make, the limitations of using removable dentures have led patients to continue to use their teeth. Moving artificially get tired.

One of the main problems for people who use removable dentures is the inability to bite or chew some hard food. Dentures usually break with the slightest pressure or impact or fall and are no longer in place.

For most people, it is inconvenient to care for and clean removable dentures and put them back in the mouth. And they are unhappy with doing this every day. For these people, dental implants are a very good solution. Most are satisfied with the very long life of dental implants and beautiful appearance.


 To place a denture on an implant base, the patient’s jawbone must be examined by a prosthetist to determine how many jaws can be implanted into the implant base. The minimum number of implants required to place a complete denture is 2 implant bases, and if the dentist determines that the jaw is capable of implanting more implant bases, he will use the standard number of 4 implant bases and the overdenture method.

After the implant bases are implanted, a fixed prosthesis is placed on them so that the fixed artificial teeth are placed on the implanted bases in the jaw. Usually, patients are completely satisfied with the overdenture implant. Using overdenture is no longer difficult for the patient to eat solid foods. In addition, there is no need to remove and place it during the day, and like natural teeth, caring for dental implants requires oral hygiene by brushing, flossing to keep teeth healthy.

Cost of removable implant based prosthesis

 If the patient uses only a removable prosthesis, it will cost less. But if the removable prosthesis is implant-based, because the implant is expensive to treat, it has to pay more. Today, implants are a more expensive treatment because they have more expensive raw materials and tools.

There are many reasons why a person may lose their teeth, from severe tooth decay to serious infections and…. .

When you think of dentures, you probably think of false teeth that are placed in a glass of water at night. Some prostheses are removable because they have to be washed in clean, special solutions, but because of their applications, they have gained a lot of fans.

Here we fully explain the fixed and movable implants, the advantages and features of each of these two models.

Fixed and movable implants

As you know, one of the alternatives to missing teeth is the use of dental implants. The implant is placed in the empty space between the teeth and does not cause any problems for the adjacent teeth.

Natural teeth are made up of two parts, the crown and the root. The crown is the visible part of the tooth through which we can eat and talk, but the root of the tooth is the part that connects the tooth to the jawbone. When a person loses a tooth, dentists insert a titanium or zirconium screw into the tooth that acts as a natural root, and fixed and removable dentures are used to replace the crown.

There are two common types of dentures known as fixed and removable dentures. To use either of these two types of prostheses, you need to get complete and sufficient information and decide by comparing them and the differences in their performance and function, and most importantly with the diagnosis of a dentist.

What is a removable implant?

For many people, the question may be, what are the reasons for using dentures or dental implants? The most important reason that patients go to medical clinics to fill their gaps is that the lack of regular teeth and gaps in the mouth affects the beauty of the face and many patients lose their self-confidence. They lose and try to hide their teeth.

Tooth decay creates a feeling of premature aging in people, which can have an adverse effect on their mood. Implant-based removable dentures are an alternative to missing teeth, and people can remove them from their mouths when they do not need them, such as at bedtime, and rinse them with a special solution. .

What is a Fixed Implant?

Fixed implant tooth implantation is one of the best alternatives for missing teeth, which largely solves the problems of dentures for patients. Fixed implants have bases that are located in the jawbone that act as the root of the tooth. After a while, the base of the fixed implant welds well into the jawbone and between the gums, and finally the crown of the fixed implant, also called the prosthesis, is placed on it.

The difference between fixed and movable implants

To compare two fixed and movable implants, it can be said that a fixed implant is better in terms of strength. Fixed prostheses can prevent these problems when a person’s teeth are lost, the lips and cheeks are sagging, and the jaw bones are weakened.

To learn more about the differences between fixed and removable implants, let’s look at the benefits and features of each:

Fixed implant benefits

Appearance of teeth: Naturally filling the gaps of missing teeth, in the most natural way possible, has a great impact on the beauty and shape of the face, especially your smile.

Feeling comfortable using the implant: After a short time that has passed since the implant was placed in your tooth, it will get used to it like any natural tooth without any discomfort and will not bother you.

Convenience in speech: Fixed tooth implants do not cause any problems in your speech and do not loosen like dentures and will not move in your mouth.

Ease of chewing food: People who have used dentures are aware of the problems that occur when chewing food. If you use fixed dental implants instead of dentures, you will find that chewing food with implants is no different from your normal teeth.

High strength and durability: If taken care of and observed daily hygiene, implanted teeth are highly durable and maintain their efficiency for several years. Easy hygiene: You can apply the same process of hygiene and care you have for your natural teeth to implanted teeth, such as brushing, flossing, mouth washing (consult a specialist).