Complete Dental Implant starting 950 €
It consists of a permanent remedy to tooth loss and a restoration of oral underlying structures (bone, gum and periodontium) through surgery. We promise you aesthetically optimal results thanks to our lifelike dental implants.
The purpose behind the intervention is to permanently replace tooth loss and restore oral structures (bone, gum and periodontium). We promise you aesthetically impeccable results.
Dental implants often represent the ideal solution for permanently natural stunning teeth.
THE PROCEDURE OF DENTAL IMPLANTSA dental implant is a root-form implant made of titanium; a very resistant biocompatible material. The dental implant serves as root for the dental prothesis. The implant will be placed in the jawbone, and bond to it by means of osteo-integration.
This process normally takes 3 to 4 months to complete. Dental implants come in different sizes, of which the selection varies from one patient to another. Our dentist will customize the procedure for each client to maximize results.
CHOOSING THE BEST OPTIONStarting from the age of 18 years old, any person suffering from dental loss may require dental implants. There is no age limit for the surgery. As we age, we loose bone density, it is therefore likely that a patient lacks bones: in this case, several options can be taken into account, such as the use of short implants or bone grafts. As is the case for any cosmetic surgery, there should not be any medical contraindications (problems related to gum, infections, allergies, etc.)
We will consider other alternatives to dental implantation like dental bridge or dental stellite. It is only after carrying out the necessary examinations that the surgeon will be able to direct the patient to the most appropriate option.
PRIOR TO THE SURGERYThe dentist evaluates bone quality in the toothless area and surrounding structures (by means of pre-surgical bone beam imaging). The evaluation helps the dentist assess the need for bone grafting, decide the procedure to follow and the number of dental implants.
The dentist should also check probabilities of anatomic barriers, dental infection or root fracture. Prior to dental implantation, dental scaling and dental planning are required.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SURGERYDental implantation is carried out under local anaesthesia. We can opt for sedation, but general anaesthesia is rarely needed for this surgery.
The surgery lasts from thirty minutes to an hour and a half. The duration varies depending on the number of sites to implant.
The surgeon starts by incising the area of implantation. Then, the implant will be directly placed and screwed into the bone. Finally, gum lines will be stitched closed. The implantation lasts for 3 to 6 months from the moment the permanent prothesis was placed. This step is known as osteo-integration.
DENTAL IMPLANTS FOLLOW-UPSAfter the surgery, the patient may experience some discomfort. However, any pain is manageable through antalgics prescribed by the dentist. It is recommended after the surgery that the patient uses an icepack on swelling, avoids physical exertion and heat to minimize inflations and speed up recovery.
The patient should also plan ahead 3 days of rest after the surgery. Stitches are dissolvable, however if their removal is needed, this can only take place 7 to 10 days after the surgery.
3 to 6 months after the surgery, the dentist will inspect the implant site and place the permanent prothesis. It is important that the patient takes care of their oral hygiene. The patient should also do regular check-ups to ensure that their dentition is perfectly healthy.
Rsults of Dental implants
Results are immediately visible after the placement of the final prothesis. The new denture is functionally and aesthetically perfect, teeth are healthy and harmoniously shaped. It will thus be possible for the patient to show their impeccable smile, which will turn to be a real asset for their social and professional life.
The results are permanent provided good oral hygiene is practices are followed.