With previous arrangement, the patients are called up from a check-up with the specialist during which the situation is assessed and a 2D orthopantomograph or 3D CBCT imaging is performed.
Using three-dimensional images, we can get an accurate visualization of dental structures in their real spatial display. This type of diagnostic is used to carefully plan every implantological procedure.
In cooperation with the prosthetic specialist, the oral surgeon determines the plan and duration of therapy. After professional consultations, the patient is familiarized with the whole therapy procedure and further course of action is arranged.
The procedure for one implant is around 15 minutes, but this varies from patient to patient. The implantation procedure is usually done in one visit.
A titanium screw is inserted into a selected position in the bone and is left to fuse with the bone. The time needed to fuse depends on the complexity and type of procedure and the state of patient's bone, but it is typically about 3-4 months.
The period of fusion is followed by creation of a permanent artificial tooth, which is similar to making crowns for natural teeth.
Immediately after the procedure, the patient is administered the antibiotics, analgesics, ice and, if necessary, pain and inflammation medicine and are able to function normally and perform their business activities the next day.
After dental implantation, it is necessary to come for regular check-ups 2 times a year in order to maintain the implant warranty. Oral hygiene for dental implants is no different than usual.
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