Dentistry is a field that advances significantly. That is why professionals in dental treatment Hospitals in India, keep themselves updated in terms of new technology in dentistry field.
First, there is the CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design). This technique is used in several industries and has now been accepted by dentistry to carry out dental restorations such as crowns, porcelain veneers or dental bridges. This technique allows a much more precise design and the creation of much more real pieces.
The sedation is another area that is taking into account due to a large number of people who fear to go to the dentist. Inhalation does this type of sedation. The patient is sufficiently conscious of responding to the dentist, but much more relaxed.
Something an implantologist should know about is computer-guided surgery. The implantology has had a significant advances in the last years thanks to its advantages and to the big demand that has been in the market.
Thus, in this type of surgery, the computer is used as a support to choose the type of treatment and to perform the surgery on the patient. This technique is obtaining a high success rate in the interventions with a 97% satisfaction percentage.
Another highly demanded technique is the Clear Aligner: it is an invisible orthodontics that achieves more precise results, faster than conventional orthodontics. In this way, covers are created that correct the position of the teeth, while the patient can remove them to achieve adequate dental health and reducing the risk of decay or infection.
One of the most representative examples was the approach of cases in which there is neither vestibular cortex, soft tissue, nor bone. In this case, the soft tissue is reconstructed, regenerated, creating a fibrous tissue, the graft and vascularization are performed, and it becomes a case in which there is merely no vestibular cortex, and the cornet technique can be used. In these cases, it is important to wait between three and four months to execute the implant from the extraction.
The novelty that this treatment presents in dental implants is the incorporation of 95 percent crystalline hydroxyapatite particles in the micro rugosa surface of the implant. Dental implant surfaces based on this technology represent a new generation of surface treatments. Also, nanotechnology allows a stronger bond to the implant after its manufacture and placement on the surface thanks to the size of its particles.
Since they are crystalline, they are unlikely to undergo resorption in the organism once implanted or released due to their degradation. This fact means that there is a better quality of service and better clinical results concerning the previous implants coated with hydroxyapatite by plasma projection.
So, we suggest visiting your dentist time to time for better health of your teeth.