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What are dental implants?

Dental implants are replacements for natural teeth. The surgery is planted down to connect to the jawbone. Osseointegration is used to support different types of dentures, such as crowns, bridges, removable dentures.

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Step 1

Diagnose and plan treatment

Assessing physical health, congenital disease, regular medication

• Oral examination. together with CT scans and implant simulations to plan, determine the size and position before surgery

Explain the treatment plan and procedures before doing it.

Step 2

dental implant surgery

Surgical placement of the implant into the prepared position This is done after being completely numb. will not feel any pain

• Close your eyes and listen to 2-3 songs and you're done.  (about 5 – 15 minutes)


Step 3

wound healing and recovery time

• After the implant has been implanted into the bone. The doctor will sew and close the wound, then wait 7 -14 days before coming back to cut.

•Take medicine and treat the wound as recommended by the doctor.

•If it is a posterior tooth, it will leave a gap. and recommend avoiding chewing on that side for 1 month

  If it is front teeth, dentures will be prepared for use while waiting.

  Then wait for the attachment of the bone and implant. (osseointegration) for at least 2 months prior to implantation

Step 4

Put the crown on the implant.

Connecting the upper denture It could be a crown, a bridge, or a removable denture.

•There will be a dental print or a scan will be used to create the work in the lab before putting it to you.

•Check to check the usage until complete, then finish the treatment.

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