Steps for Nerve Repositioning

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Typical Steps for Nerve Repositioning

 
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An incision is made into the Lower Jaw Bone. The Nerve is carefully pulled outwards and the Dental Implant is screwed into place. Irradiated Bone is added around the Dental Implant to provide more support for the Dental Implant.
The irradiated Bone will integrate with the patient’s own bone over a period of 2-3 months.

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A surgical pad (collotape) is placed between the Dental Implant and the Nerve. This provides support and cushioning on the nerve.

 
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Additional Irradiated Bone is added over the nerve for more support.

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After a period of 2-3 months healing period, Natural tooth coloured porcelain Dental Crowns (or Bridges) are fixed over the Dental Implant.

 
 
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