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IMMEDIATE TOOTH REPLACEMENT
STEP BY STEP GUIDE
DR CHAD HAZOURI | DICOI – Diplomat of International Oral Implantologist
Dr Chad has also undergone extensive research in cosmetic skin rejuvenation. These techniques are for facial enhancement of fine lines along with fillers and other cosmetic products.
Dr Chad has designed and perfected the use of cosmetic skin rejuvenation using his own designer centrifuge, in both dental and cosmetic procedures; and is one of the two dentists in Australia to specialise in this area.
Dr Chad also has extensive experience in full mouth reconstructions.
Dr Chad Hazouri, has gained the following credentials:
1989 – BDS Sydney University 1992 – Mid America Orthodontic Society completion of course in orthodontics and TMJ 1993 – Completed Dentsply training in surgical and prosthetics in dental implants 1995 – The Australian society of implant dentistry accreditation completed 1997 – Boston USA – Residency at the Light House Institute. Surgical implant technique completed 1999 – Advances in Aesthetic Dentistry course 2000 – Intensive Training – Cerec Course, The University of Adelaide 2000 – Vancouver, Canada – Micro Dentistry Course 2011 – Advanced training in Bone Ring Technique with Dr Giesenhagen 2012 – Masters In Oral Implantology – Frankfurt University, Germany – Which also included development and research in key-hole implant surgery to minimise trauma for patients and faster healing. 2019 – FICOI – Fellowship of International Oral Implantologist | DICOI – Diplomat of International Oral Implantologist Dr Chad has also undergone extensive research in cosmetic skin rejuvenation. These techniques are for facial enhancement of fine lines along with fillers and other cosmetic products. Dr Chad also has extensive experience in full mouth reconstructions.
Dental Implants are titanium alloy screws that are permanently anchored into the jawbone. Titanium alloy has been selected due to the following proven characteristics; strength, lightweight, bio compatibility and history of success in the ﬁeld of medical joint replacements (such as knee, hip etc).
Usually implant treatments require a number of appointments over a period of 2 to 3 months. In some cases implant work can be undertaken and completed in a much shorter period. There are also cases where immediate implants can be placed. The dentist can explain all of this prior to your treatment.
Dental implants are a highly successful long term solution. Once the implants are in, a routine of careful dental hygiene and regular check-ups should ensure that the implants last as long as your natural teeth.
Long term maintenance for dental implants is similar to continuing care for natural teeth in that the implants need to be brushed and flossed, and professionally cleaned on a schedule that matches the maintenance of your natural teeth.
If not, implants can develop ‘implantitis’ just as teeth can develop periodontitis (bone and gum recession) if they are not cleaned and maintained correctly. A condition known as chronic implantitis can cause soft tissue and bone loss, compromising the implant(s) long term. In some cases this can lead to the loss of your implants.