The best dental implants
What is a dental implant :
The dental implant is an artificial root in titanium, placed in the jawbone. It allows one or more missing teeth to be replaced. It is about fixed dental prostheses. Implants also help stabilize a removable prosthesis The operation is performed by our DENT FOR ALL’s Syrian and Turkish dentists who have long experience in the field of dentistry and by using the finest quality European implants. And These dental implants are usually done under local anesthesia.
This solution is generally offered to patients who have had one or more teeth extracted; It makes it possible to regain a chewing function, better daily comfort, and dental aesthetics.
An initial consultation with the dentist who will take care of the implant surgery is essential before considering an implantology treatment. A rigorous assessment of the patient’s oral condition should be performed in order to develop a personalized treatment plan. The patient will also have to perform a DentoScan, This 3D examination will determine the height and thickness of the area where to place the implant.
Stages of dental implants
Dental implantology begins with the planning of the treatment according to the examinations carried out: x-ray, scanner, molding of the mouth, possibly computer modeling. The implant is placed under local anesthesia. The gum is slightly incised and the titanium implant is placed in the bone after drilling.
In our DENT FOR ALL Center we opt for 3 stages :
The first stage: the appropriate place for implantation is prepared inside the jawbone, then the missing teeth are replaced by implants made of titanium, based on the diagnosis of the dentist.
The second stage: Is the bone fusion stage, where the implant fuses with the jaw bone.
The third stage: The final replacement is placed over the dental implant with aesthetic attention.
Is the pose painful?
In our Dent For All center, The placement of dental implants is performed under local anesthesia and is painless. The duration of the intervention varies according to the complexity of the intervention (number and location of implants, available bone volume, etc.). During the days following the operation, the area around the implant may be painful and swollen.
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