It has been confirmed that nanotechnology is about to change and revolutionize every single thing and every single field/profession (see our top 5 trends in nanotechnology), including dental implants and tannbleking. Want to know how? Well, that’s exactly what we are going to discuss today, and instead of talking on nanotechnology, our buzzword is going to be “nano dentistry”.
All of the changes being witnessed due to the incorporation of nanotechnology already sound and seem to sci-fi but guess what? It’s not sci-fi, and it’s happening. Especially for dental implants, people had a lot of questions whether or not this technology be useful in such a hostile environment, inside a mouth but now it’s happening, and nano dentistry is no longer sci-fi.
According to research, the time is near when nanotechnology will have an impact on almost everything related to dentistry. From diagnosis to restorative surgeries and dentistry to the use of tools and materials, each and every single thing is about to be revolutionized. With nano dentistry, dentists will have a completely different and more convenient approach towards their dental procedures and practices. When all the oral health issues will be treated with specificity, it’s obvious that people will witness better results and better care.
In simpler words, with nano dentistry, people will be able to enjoy maximum therapeutic advantages with minimal risks and side effects involved.
Dental Implants And Nanodentistry
When it comes to the dental implant procedures, a lot will change in the upcoming years and all thanks to nano dentistry for that. Nanodentistry will help in enhancing and improving bone growth, it will come in handy with osseointegration, and it will improve the overall implant prognosis too.
If you do some research, you’ll see how nanotechnology has an impact on the dental implant surface designs in quite a significant way. The nanoscale molecules and the increasing complexity of the topography surface are two live examples of how nano dentistry is now an actual thing. For those who don’t know, surface topography helps a lot with the process of osseointegration. In simpler words, this surface will increase the durability and lifespan of dental implants. Within the next decade, people will be able to witness that their dental implants will last longer than they used t and this is such a relief for both dentists and patients.
Research is being conducted about the nano surface modification and whether or not it’s safe for dental implants. After some more clinical trials and evaluations, the benefits and the limitations of the nanostructure modifications will become clear. For now, the one thing that we know is that nanotechnology is playing a big role in our daily routines, our daily chores and most important in the field of dentistry. The world is now being upgraded with all such technologies, and it’s high time that we all pace ourselves up too and cope up with the changes being made around us.