If you are wondering what all the fuss is about, it is actually very simple. Dental treatment at Cambridge Dental Hygiene Clinics provides patients with a wide range of dental treatments including dental implants and bridges. Other services provided by the clinic include teeth whitening and scaling, professional cleaning of teeth, tooth whitening, orthodontic treatment, tooth filling, root canal treatment and dental implant surgery. In addition to these treatments, the clinic also offers a variety of other preventive care services such as fluoride application for children, a preventative fluoridation program for both public and private facilities, fluoride mouthwashes, gum disease screening and fluoride mouth washes.
A patient who wants to have an implant placed in his or her mouth will have to visit the Cambridge Dental Clinic for an in-clinic evaluation. This evaluation includes the history of the patient, any concerns about the patient’s oral health and the medical history of the patient. During this evaluation, a preoperative and postoperative checklist will be prepared for the doctor and a patient who desires an implant. The patient will be asked to fill out a questionnaire and meet with a dentist who will conduct an exam on the patient before recommending an implant. Once the preoperative and postoperative checklist has been completed, the patient will be able to proceed to the consultation area where a consultation will take place with a patient and the dental staff.
After the consultations with the dentist, the dental surgeon will be able to prepare the patient for the implant. The dental implant procedure involves placement of the titanium screw in the jaw bone. The screw will then be connected to a support bar, known as a postoperative screw. The postoperative screw is connected to the titanium support bar via a titanium screw post. The screw is attached to the post by a surgical screw seal that is used to secure the screw in place. The screws will be tightened using surgical clamps that are placed around the postoperative screw post. After the screws are tightened, the postoperative screw seal is removed and the implant is ready to be attached to the jaw bone.