Dental insertion of a tissue graft is needed when a patient ceases to possess one or more of his teeth due to decomposition and due to facial shock. A patient may also cease to possess his teeth due to a disease affecting the fleshy tissue that covers the jaw bones around the base of the teeth. In such a situation the jawbone fails to have the sensation in the affected part. All the essential forms of calcium carbonate which is vital for the bones of the teeth are not received by the body due to malfunction of the jawbone.
In course of time the jawbone which supports the face will gradually reduce in size making replacements difficult. In such cases doctors carry out the operation to rectify the jawbone. They insert the tissue graft with small length of a strong malleable white metallic element, which is corrosion resistant. This metallic element will serve as a support to the jawbone so that the roots of the teeth which the patient ceases to possess will be renewed. This small length of metal fixed upright will give sensation to the bone and all the required nourishment materials will penetrate into the jaw.
The insertion of the tissue graft which is able to exist together harmoniously with other organisms mingle together with the bone. This mingling of the bone with other parts of the living organism made artificially with the insertion of the tissue graft is called the incorporation of bone as a whole. This artificial insertion of the tissue helps in the growth of the bone in the jaw and becomes a firm place to withstand all replacements. The insertion of the tissue graft needs exactly two operations. When doctors are sure that your jaw will be able to withstand the difficulties involved in the insertion of the tissue graft, then they will advice you about the same.
Doctors start the process by taking digital photographs of your mouth which will be necessary to work out the frame of the new replacements. In the end doctors will remove the teeth making way for the insertion of the tissue graft. They will fix a date for the first operation. Anaesthesia will be given to you. The doctor will operate and then fix the small length of the strong malleable whit e metallic element into the jawbone to withstand the corrosions. Four to six such insertions may be needed to support the partial or full set of artificial teeth.
When all the insertions of the tissue grafting are completed the doctor will give you a replacement to be used for a period of three to six months. During the interim period taken by the replacements to get cured, the doctor will work out on the digital images of your mouth that had been captured. He will then work out on the frame to fit your replacements which will be there for your whole life. After the area where the insertion of the tissue graft gets cured, the patient will be called for a second operation.
The doctor will open the area where the insertion of the tissue graft has been made on the fleshy tissue that covers the jaw bone around the base of the teeth and fix the connecting parts called the joining of the ends to the head of each replacement. He will then fix the new replacement and see that it fits you in the normal position of the teeth when the jaws are closed. Dental implants are used to serve as a pillar of strength to various kinds of replacements starting from the fixing of one crown to a partial or complete set of artificial teeth. You may require any one of the following treatments. You will need one insertion of the tissue graft for one dental crown to be fixed .The doctor will put a soft dental gum to fix the replacement, on the insertion of the tissue graft, to be used for the whole life. Conventional dental plates containing one or more artificial teeth that are secured to the natural surrounding teeth need a crown on either side of the replacement, to be put on top of the healthy teeth. The crown is needed to support the replacements, firmly without tilting. Doctor connects the dental plate containing one or more artificial teeth to a single or a number of dental insertions of the tissue graft.