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When do you need a canine tooth implant? What is its cost in Egypt?

Canine Tooth Implantation, the process of implanting a canine tooth has become a common procedure recently due to the many problems all teeth in the mouth now face. It is one of the procedures that assist in completing therapeutic techniques such as fittings, implants, and many others. Therefore, this article will discuss in detail the implantation of the canine tooth, its importance, how to implant it, the advantages and potential risks or disadvantages, its cost, and the best medical center offering it.

Canine Tooth Implantation

Canine Tooth Implantation

Canine Tooth Implantation

Canine tooth implantation is a procedure where artificial teeth are used to fill the gaps caused by tooth loss, whether due to damage requiring extraction or decay affecting its structure leading to its fall. Implantation is a good alternative for replacing these lost teeth, with the artificial teeth being manufactured in the laboratory based on the natural teeth’s measurements, shape, and color to perfectly resemble them. This process takes place over several sessions, which will be detailed in the following titles in the article. Immediate and effective treatment for tooth loss awaits you at  The dental center, prepare for a smile radiating attractiveness and beauty with canine tooth implantation.

What is the Canine Tooth Implantation Process?

The canine tooth implantation process involves several steps or procedures that need to be followed in order for it to be highly successful without exposing the patient to any complications or issues. These steps can be mentioned in the following points:

  1. Removing damaged teeth or those with cracks and fractures on their structure or surface.
  2. Implanting artificial bones in cases suffering from osteoporosis or insufficient bone density in the jaw cavity.
  3. Securing the implant inside the gum and jaw tissues.
  4. Giving the wound a chance to heal and fully recover.
  5. Placing the canine core after a period of gum healing.
  6. Installing a crown or cap on the implant after it has fully fused.

When Do You Need a Canine Tooth Implant?

Canine tooth implantation is an effective procedure for solving many problems patients might face, and the medical conditions for which implantation is the ideal and only solution can be mentioned as follows:

  • Cases suffering from low bone density or quantity in the area to be implanted, so the tissues can withstand the pressure from the implant and aid its success.
  • Cases suffering from brittle teeth unable to withstand pressures and changes occurring in the mouth, thus unable to chew food or withstand friction from talking.

How Does the Canine Tooth Implantation Process Begin?

The implantation process for a canine begins with a medical examination and x-ray imaging of the affected area, taking measurements for the damaged teeth to be replaced with artificial ones using wax molds. Another type of x-ray used is the panoramic x-ray to clearly and detailedly show the bones of the gum cavity, aiding in accurately describing the nature of the canine and its nerve canal location if it’s a lower canine and the sinus cavity near it if it’s an upper canine.

Method of Canine Implantation

Method of Canine Implantation

Method of Canine Implantation

Canine implantation is an effective therapeutic method for many advanced cases suffering from tooth loss problems. This implantation takes place in several steps over consecutive sessions, starting with examination and tooth measurements as explained in the previous title, then the next step is extracting damaged or decayed teeth after anesthetizing the affected area or injecting the gum with an anesthetic.

Then, the implantation process begins by making an incision in the gum, implanting the fixture, and covering it with its protective membrane against tartar accumulation and to expedite its fusion with the natural bone tissues in the implanted area. The process ends

with suturing the wound, and the healing process usually takes 2 to 6 months after the implant.

The final step of the implant comes after several months and complete wound healing, where the doctor tests the stability of the implant in the jaw cavity and its ability to withstand pressure or changes in the mouth, then the crown or bridge is installed on top of the implant to protect and support it against any pressure or load. A healthy smile starts here, and to learn more about the information related to dental implant steps click here.

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Duration of Canine Implantation

The duration of the existing bone quality in the implanted area and the affected area being treated are two important factors in determining the duration of canine implantation because the upper jaw canines require a time period ranging between 4 and 6 months for implantation unlike the lower jaw canines which do not exceed 3 months. In cases of weak bones surrounding the targeted area, resorting to bone implantation may take 6 months, and generally, the canine implantation process ranges between 2 or 6 months in total.

Gingivitis Treatment After Dental Implantation

Gingivitis after dental implantation is a possible symptom that can easily be controlled by prescribing certain antibiotics, especially if it’s localized around the implanted area. In more complicated cases where the inflammation spreads to other areas of the mouth, the doctor will resort to strong intravenous antibiotics, which may continue for weeks or months.

Conditions for Canine Implantation

Conditions for Canine Implantation

Conditions for Canine Implantation

There are some conditions that must be followed when implanting a canine, represented in the following points:

  • Loss of a number of teeth.
  • Bone mass density in the area to be implanted in the jaw.
  • The health of the teeth and gums in the patient’s mouth.
  • Not suffering from chronic blood coagulation diseases that could affect wound healing.
  • Non-smoking.

Risks of Canine Implantation

Canine implantation may pose some risks, as with many surgical procedures performed in various parts of the body. These risks may arise during the different procedures undertaken to complete the implantation process, such as; risks of anesthesia for patients allergic to all types of anesthetics, or the spread of infection in the targeted area and damage to the nerves in the implanted

area. All these risks are usually accompanied by constant pain or numbness, which are controlled through prescribed medications by the doctor.

Post Canine Implantation

There are some medical guidelines that must be followed after implanting a canine to protect it from any problems, including the following points:

  • Applying cold compresses to the affected or implanted area to soothe potential swelling or inflammation symptoms.
  • Adhering to the prescribed doses of painkillers and antibiotics by the doctor after surgery to control pain.
  • Rinsing with medical mouthwash to eliminate any widespread infection in the mouth.
  • Avoiding cold and hot food and beverages in the days following the procedure to prevent tooth sensitivity.
  • Brushing teeth daily with suitable toothpaste and brush for the sensitive nature of teeth during this period to protect them from food accumulation and thereby bacterial growth.
My Experience in Dental Implantation

My Experience in Dental Implantation

My Experience in Dental Implantation

Dental Implantation is one of the most resorted to techniques for treating various dental problems, and there have been many cases that underwent implantation at The dental center in Cairo, and it is possible to narrate the experience of one of these cases in the following lines:

Lamia, a 27-year-old girl who suffered from damage to her back molars and had to extract one of these molars and replace it with an artificial one, her journey with implantation began when installing the titanium implant and its fusion after months then placing the new tooth core and its special crown, and the results were completely satisfactory to her in terms of appearance and regaining the ability to perform functional tasks like eating and speaking correctly.

And it’s possible to mention another case that illustrates the efficiency of the implantation process where Rania narrates her experience that started more than 17 years ago with the loss of one of her front teeth and had to implant it, her problem was experiencing some pain when chewing food at the beginning after the implant in addition to her inability to adapt to it, but these symptoms disappeared within two or three weeks after the implantation process, and she confirmed her satisfaction with the experience and the feeling of comfort and ability to speak properly and eat well.

Is Dental Implantation Painful?

No, the dental implantation process is performed under the effect of local anesthesia or an anesthetic injection given to the patient’s gum, so this procedure is not considered painful. However, after the procedure and the anesthesia wears off, the patient may experience some side effects accompanied by pain, but they disappear within a few days after the implant.

Does Dental Implantation Cause Bad Smell?

No, the implantation process requires some steps to complete all the necessary procedures for it, and if all are executed correctly and properly in addition to choosing good quality implants, no undesirable odors appear in the mouth nor suffering from bad smells.

Cost of Canine Tooth Implantation in Egypt

The cost of canine tooth implantation in Egypt depends on several factors in order to determine its cost in various specialized centers and clinics in Egypt, including the doctor’s experience and the assisting team, the price of raw materials used in the implant and its difference with the dollar rate, in addition to the patient’s condition and medical history, and also the cost of medical devices and sterilization methods used in determining the final cost of the implant. After considering all these factors, we notice that the cost of canine tooth implantation in Egypt ranges between 8000 and 20000 Egyptian pounds.

Best Center for Dental Treatment and Cosmetics

The dental center is among the best medical centers specialized in providing various dental services, whether therapeutic or cosmetic, where the center offers modern techniques with advanced medical devices needing sophisticated sterilization and infection control methods. The most skilled doctors supervise these services with the help of highly trained nursing teams, ensuring all patients of the center safety and comfort when receiving treatment in addition to achieving desired and satisfactory results, and information about offers and discounts provided throughout the year on all services can be inquired upon visiting the official website.

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