Dental implants before and after


Despite the fact that implantation in modern dentistry is a common thing and the implant provides a fairly simple and painless alternative to a natural tooth, many patients are still cautious of this type of tooth restoration.

How to behave before and after surgery

Doctors recommend before implantation to eat a little bit, and for particularly sensitive people it is advisable to take sedatives. In some cases a doctor can prescribe antibiotics and antihistamines. After implantation, you need to take an analgesic pill, and to reduce swelling it is advisable to attach to the injured place something cold. Over the next 2 days should reduce physical exertion, try not to be a long time in the cold. As for eating, it is necessary to avoid serious stress on the teeth for some time, refusing to eating solid food.


About the dental implant

The implant is a tooth which is screwed into the dental bone. After that, in the installed implant a titanium screw is embedded looking as a miniature nut. After that, set design on both sides is closed by the gum, and then the fabric is sewn around the edges. Usually on wound healing takes 1 to 3 weeks (it all depends on the complexity of the operation). In the end, the doctor carried out inspection, removing sutures, after which the patient goes home and watches over the engrafting of the implant within 2-3 months. After this period you should again visit the dental clinic to crown the implant. Why do you need dental implants?

The implantation can resolve many problems:
- the absence of a single tooth eliminates the need to grind the adjacent teeth and remove the nerves;
- the absence of several teeth allows you to restore the dentition without the use of dentures;
- the complete absence of teeth.

As in many other cases, dental implants may be refused if:
- a patient has diabetes (type II);
- suffering from blood diseases;
- recently underwent chemotherapy;
- diagnosed with brain cancer;
- suffers from disorders of the autoimmune diseases and immune system.

There also will be taken into account the state of the bone tissue and nerve endings in the jaw. In each case, a dental check-up, after which the patient receives a decision on the placement of implants or refusal to carry out this type of dental treatment. Dental implantation is a complex, multistep process that requires a responsible attitude not only of the doctor performing the operation, but also the patient. In order to reduce the risk of complications and graft rejection to a minimum, and to prolong its service life, it is necessary to strictly follow the doctor's prescription, including dealing with hygienic care of the oral cavity at different times after implantation. Already at the first meeting with the dentist payment plans can make a simple conclusion: the full cost of the installation of the implant prosthesis can reach 2-3 thousand dollars on one tooth.

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