Demystifying Dental Implants: A Comprehensive Guide from an Expert

Demystifying Dental Implants: A Comprehensive Guide from an Expert

Dental implants have become a popular solution for many people suffering from tooth loss. However, there are still many misconceptions and uncertainties surrounding this procedure. Today, we’re fortunate to have a dental expert with 22 years of experience, specializing in cavities and implants, to guide us through the process and clear up any confusion.

The Truth about Dental Implants

Our expert begins by addressing a common misconception about dental implants. “People often misunderstand that implants are placed in the gums. To be precise, they are implanted into the gum bone hidden inside the gums.” This clarification is crucial as it sets the stage for understanding the importance of accurate diagnosis and proper aftercare.

Choosing the Right Dental Clinic

When it comes to dental implants, choosing the right clinic is paramount. “First, it would be good to find a hospital with a long history,” our expert advises. He also emphasizes the importance of diligent consideration and finding a doctor who is responsible for aftercare. “In fact, after getting an implant, it’s not just over. You have to keep getting regular check-ups.”

Selecting the Appropriate Implant

The type of implant used is another critical factor. “You should also consider what kind of implant to use,” he says. He personally prefers to choose the best-selling products from long-established companies with a certain scale in Korea. “So it’s important to check whether it’s a hospital that handles such products well.”

The Importance of Accurate Diagnosis

Before getting an implant, it’s crucial for patients to accurately diagnose and evaluate their own condition. “The width, thickness, and height of the bone are very important,” he explains. This is because the implant is placed in the gum bone, not just the gums.

Keeping Records is Key

Our expert also advises patients to keep records when choosing an implant hospital. “The types of implants are so diverse and the mind prays, and now a few years later, products that are not produced may come out, so it’s good to leave some records at the time of surgery.”

Caring for Your Dental Implants

Finally, our expert touches on the importance of proper care for dental implants. “When you get an implant, you expect it to last a very long time. However, they can get inflamed. If inflammation occurs, just like natural teeth, the bones around the implant can melt away and sometimes shake and fall out.” Therefore, it’s essential to take good care of your implants using a toothbrush and products like Aquastick. He also emphasizes that it’s harder to brush and manage than natural teeth, so patients should receive good education and training on how to manage it at the hospital and be able to manage their gums well on their own.

Dr.Choi, an adept implant specialist at Minish Dental Hospital, not only excels in the intricacies of medical technology but also fosters a unique bond with our hospital staff. Beyond the confines of the operating room, Dr. Choi engaged in an unexpected yet heartwarming lunch event: cooking shrimp for hospital employees. This culinary pursuit serves as a conduit, fostering camaraderie and creating a nurturing environment where medical expertise and human connections intersect seamlessly.

A Journey to the Countryside

The story begins with a trip to the countryside by Minish’s CEO, Kang Jeong-ho. During his visit to Seosan, he had the opportunity to savor some of the finest shrimp he had ever tasted. So impressed was he by the quality and flavor of these crustaceans that he felt compelled to share them with his acquaintances. This act of sharing sparked a friendship with the owner of a fishing ground in Samgilpo, who has since been supplying Minish with high-quality shrimp for several years.

The Shrimp BBQ Party

The shrimp that graced our BBQ were none other than white-legged shrimp, raised in the pristine sea waters of Seosan in the West Sea. Their freshness was so remarkable that Director Choi Jin-ho, our resident implant specialist, couldn’t resist sampling them raw.

The BBQ party took place right in our office, transforming our workspace into a lively and aromatic seafood grill.

Meet the Chef: Director Choi Jin-ho

Director Choi Jin-ho, known for his sweet and affectionate nature, took on the role of chef for the day. When he’s not performing dental implants, he’s often found in the kitchen, whipping up fried eggs for the team during lunchtime.

A Feast for the Team

Our team relished the meal prepared by Director Choi. He served up a variety of dishes including shrimp BBQ, steamed shrimp, and fried shrimp heads. He even went the extra mile to peel the hot shrimp for the team.

The Shrimp Experience

The shrimp were noticeably larger, with firmer flesh and a sweeter taste compared to other shrimp. Grilled on salt, they were so delicious that they disappeared quickly without any need for special soy sauce seasoning.

Sharing the Shrimp Love

Our Vice President has plans to share the taste of these premium shrimp not only with Minish employees but also with our special customers.

The Team’s Reaction

The team, including our dentists and dental hygienists, thoroughly enjoyed the taste of the grilled shrimp. One of our employees even put on a shrimp eating show!

The Aftermath

The leftover shrimp heads were collected to make butter grilled or fried dishes, ensuring that nothing went to waste.

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A Gift for the Busy Bees

For those who were too busy with work to join the party, shrimp gifts will be sent directly to the company. A delicious treat to look forward to!

In conclusion, dental implants are a significant investment in your oral health. Therefore, it’s crucial to understand the process, choose the right clinic and implant, and take proper care of your implants. With this expert guide, you’re now well-equipped to make informed decisions about your dental health.

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