Individuals who have one or more missing teeth and severe tooth decay or infection
Individuals who have healthy oral tissues and adequate bone to secure the implants
Individuals who can be eligible for bone grafting in case it is essential
Individuals who don't have any health conditions which can impair bone healing
The whole dental implant process takes several months, and it involves three phases: placing the implant, attaching the post, and crown attachment.
Injury or damage to surrounding structures
Body's rejection of the dental implant
Although it depends on the patient and the technique used, dental implant recovery typically takes 5-7 days for all the symptoms to fade.
Dental Implants have a success rate of 98%.
When it comes to dental implant treatment, the procedure varies from one patient to the other depending on the number of implants needed. If you don’t need bone grafting as part of the procedure, then your treatment will take less time to complete.
We understand that every patient is different, so we carefully plan your trip from A-Z and we hook you up with an expert dentist who can customize the procedure so as to suit your preferences, goals, and expectations as well as the dental clinic’s best practices.
A dental implant is a procedure that requires more than one visit to the clinic. Dental implants have the same appearance as your natural teeth and they also have the same function. Here are some of the stages you should expect when you choose to have a dental implant:
In order to come up with a proper treatment plan, your dentist will have to see an X-ray scan of your mouth. Once you send the x-ray documents, the dentist will begin to evaluate your overall oral and dental health.
This will also help your dentist to determine the exact type of dental implant you need. When you arrive at the clinic for a face-to-face consultation, you should be prepared for additional examinations and a CT scan.
If you don’t have enough natural bone in your mouth, then the dentist will need to do bone grafting. Bone grafting is a dental procedure that is performed so as to replace the bone loss in the jaw that anchors teeth using one or more different bone grafting options.
Depending on the complexity of the procedure or the amount of additional bone mass needed it takes a couple of minutes to perform bone grafting. And it can be performed at the same time as the implant procedure, or in a separate session.
As mentioned earlier, the time of the procedure will depend on the number of implants you need. If we speak about the procedure, firstly, the dentist will apply medicines to numb the mouth. Then he/she will extract the damaged tooth.
Once the extraction is done, the dentist will prepare your jawbone for the implant and make the implant fixed in place. After replacement, the dentist will close the gums over the implant, so it will attach securely to the bone.
After this stage is complete, you can start to wait weeks for their jawbone to heal. Once the jawbone is healed, you will be ready for the next stages.
During the following stages of your implantation process, the dentist will make a small incision in your gums to expose the implant.
Then he/she will take impressions of the mouth, to make it fit for a crown. From these impressions, the dentist makes precise working patterns of the carefully mounted mouth for proper alignment. The crown of you is produced in these models. Lastly, a new crown is going to be placed in your mouth.
There will be small bruises and swelling in your gums right after the surgery. You should avoid smoking and eating solid food until the gums are healed. The key point for the long-term success of an implant is oral hygiene.
If you experience post-op discomfort, you can use the painkiller which will be given to you by the dentist.
You should not perform spitting after the procedure for any reason. A solution may be to use tissue paper to wipe the mouth properly or swallow saliva.
You shouldn’t use straws. It is better to drink directly from the glass.
You should eat soft foods for the first 24 hours after the surgery. You should avoid hot and cold foods and drinks for several hours after the surgery.
You should avoid smoking because it affects healing.
You should keep your fingers and tongue away from the surgical area.
You can continue to work the next day after the process is completed.
You should visit your dentist every 6 months.
You should brush and floss the implants as it’s recommended by your dentist.
A week before the procedure, you should stop taking Aspirin and any other meds associated with blood thinning.
If you are allergic to any drugs, you should inform your surgeon as soon as possible.
Patients are advised to avoid smoking 24 hours before the surgery.
Consuming any alcoholic beverages can affect anesthesia. So you should not take in anything alcoholic 24 hours prior to surgery.
If you are taking meds for chronic or acute diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, you should inform your surgeon before the surgery commences.
|Duration||2 sessions (each 1 - 2 hours)|
|Stay||3 nights hotel|
|Cost in Turkey||€205 - €635 per implant|
|Recovery||5 - 7 days|
|Final Results||3 - 6 months|
|Side Effects||Swelling, bleeding, gum bruising|
|Risks||Nerve damage, loose implants, sinus problems|
|Exercise||After 2 - 3 days|
|Back To Work||After 1 -2 days|
|Pain||Yes (pain reliever is prescribed)|
|Related Procedures||Root canal therapy, Gum grafting|
Is Dental Implant Painful?
You may feel pain or soreness after the procedure is done. However, your surgeon may prescribe painkillers to relieve this pain and discomfort.
Are Dental Implant Results Permanent?
Dental implants are not permanent but are the most permanent dental prosthesis treatment available. Dental implants offer a healthier and longer-lasting solution to tooth loss than dentures or partial dentures.
Do Dental Implants Feel Like Real Teeth?
Dental implants are well-customized to look, feel and place like any other tooth in the mouth.
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