Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Dental Inserts and Complications
Dental inserts are usually the first choice by dentists when it approachs to replacing missing or severely decayed teeth. They can last a lifetime and cause no problems. In fact, the success rate for dental inserts is about 98 percent, which is quite high. However, there is a small percentage of people who have complications from dental inserts.
Usually complications from dental inserts by reason of the fusion insert properly with the existing bone, such as dentists would osseointegration has not happened at the level they expected.
Some of the complications resulting from dental inserts are:
• Sometimes the dental insert infection may move This can happen when the insert surgery, or when the crown is intbaruced. However, in most cases, it is usually because the patient did not maintain proper oral hygiene. The infection leads to swelling of the bone and surrounding tissues, causing bone loss. In fact, one of the main reasons for rejection insert infection.
• Sometimes the inserts are surgically placed in areas where bone mass is insufficient to cover the inserts. If this happens, the insert will not integrate into the surrounding bone. The only solution for low bone mass is to have a bone graft done.