A dental implant is typically made of titanium and placed on the jaw bone so that the bone can grow around the titanium piece and create a permanent way to hold dentures and false teeth in place. Most of these devices can take as long as six months before the dentist feels that they are ready to have the false teeth loaded onto them. An immediate load dental implant works under the same principles as the other version, with one exception, the false teeth that they designed to hold are put into place on the same day that the surgery is done.
Many people believe that the immediate load dental implant will not be as successful as the original version that allows the bone growth to form before they are loaded. There have been many oral surgeons that have had great successes with the devices getting the teeth on them … Read More