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Implants - Fee for an individual tooth or an entire set of teeth...

Dental services → Implants - Fee for an individual tooth or an entire set of teeth...

Implantology is the branch of dentistry that provides solutions for all forms of tooth loss ranging from the lack of one tooth to the lack of teeth. Implants are titanium substitutes that replace the root of the missing tooth, and are often usedin combination with otherprosthetic solutions.
If you are missing one or several teeth, dental implants can be an acceptable alternative to dentures or bridges.


Building implants...

The complete procedure of implant placement takes several months, depending on the type and specificity of services. The rejection of an implant is extremely rare, but it can happen. It depends on the condition of the patient's bones and body.
It is often possible immediately after implant placement to begin the process of making teeth, which are first temporary and then permanent. Patients are provided a temporary solution because it is unthinkable to be without teeth, even for the shortest period.

The first step in implantation prosthetics therapy is a discussion with your dental medicine doctor, followed by a thorough dental examination. Radiological diagnostics, panoramic radiograph and CT are used to assess the condition of bone tissue and determine the position for the implant.



During the procedure...

The implant is surgically embedded into the bone under local anesthesia, so the procedure itself is very quick and completely painless. These are the steps of dental implant therapy:
First step is to remove existing tooth and placing the screws in the jaw.
Second step is necessary healing time from 3-6 months during which the implant grows with the bone - a process called osseointegration. During the healing process, if the implant has a primary stability, temporary crown can be worn. Once the surrounding bone tissue grows together with the implant and thus ensures stable root for the new tooth, gingiva-former is placed on the implant that shapes gums for dental prosthesis.
Third step is a week or two later, after healing and shaping of the gums, when superstructure and ceramic crown is fixed on the implant, which gives the person superior functional but also aesthetically pleasing solution.
Fourth step involves setting ceramic crowns, dentures or bridges which gives the person the ultimate functional, and aesthetic solution.