A condenser dental implant is a tool that allows you to take an impression of your tooth or teeth. This can then be used to place a tooth or teeth replacement into the correct location. There are two options available to you when it comes to this type of implant. One is that you are placed into the mouth of the person to be fitted. The other option is that it is in a separate chamber and must be manipulated in such a way that it resembles a real tooth.
The first option of a condenser dental implant is one that is commonly used to replace a lost tooth. In this case, the dentist will first take a standard photo of the existing tooth. After this they will use the digital photography available to them and use it to create an impression of the new tooth. They will then place this dental impression directly into the jaw where it can be manipulated into the correct position. You will be able to see this denture now because it will be held firmly in place by a false tooth that is positioned over the impression. This false tooth is then removed as soon as the tooth is finished.
The second option of a condenser dental implant is to have a new tooth implanted. This is a simpler procedure and can only be done in a dental office with a dental implant technician. The dentist will take the same photo as the first and will then use that to make a digital image of a single tooth. They will then choose which tooth they think will look best in the mouth and remove the impression from the mouth.