Frequently Asked Questions

You think that dental implant s is the best option to restore your missing teeth. Want to learn more?
Here are the answers to frequently asked questions about the implantation and dental implants.

From what age the implantation method for teeth replacement can be used?
Bone growth needs to be ended when the implant is placed in the jawbone. After 18 years, this process should be completed. Dental implants are suitable for people 18 years and older.

Do the placement of the implants cause contraindications to older people?
Never is too late for dental implantation to improve the quality of life. The risk of dental implantation treatment is so low that this procedure can be applied to 70-years-old, 80-years-old and even 90-years-old patients. There is no upper age limit. Implantation is performed if patient's overall health lests.

How much does the dental implants cost?
Implantation treatment depends on the treatment extent, the number of dental implants, and whether the pre-treatment is required: bone augmentation procedure, orthodontic treatment and so on. Because the dental implantation is often part of combination therapy, the price in each case is individual. The exact price you will learn when the doctor will plan your treatment and estimates treatment cost.

Can a person be allergic to dental implants?
Dental implantation is performed for 40 years. During this period the implants did not reveal any cases of allergies. Titan, which is used to produced the implant, has no allergen components and is neutral in the organism.

Are dental implants are durable?
Qualitatively insertion of the implant after the healing process, in many cases may be more resistant than the natural tooth root. Titanium implant prosthesis with optimal load unbreakable, it is resistant to dental caries. Correctly maintained dental implants serve for a lifetime.

Will I have a feeling of foreign body in the mouth?
Dental implants will feel quite natural. You will be able to speak, eat, laugh, without feeling any difference.

Will I be able to chew and eat normally with dentures that are fixed on the dental implants?
Regardless of whether you have fixed crown, bridge or removable dentures on the implants, you can eat, chew, talk and laugh. Dentures attached to implants are stable. You will feel safe if they were your natural teeth.
Learn more about the advantages of dental implants, compared with the other teeth restoration ways.

Is it possible to place the implant immediately after tooth extraction?
Yes. The implant can be placed right after tooth removal. This is called an immediate implant placing (otherwise - single momentic implantation).

Will it hurt after implantation?
The gums may be sensitive for a few days after the implantation procedure, but they don‘t bleed. A short time swelling can be in the cheeks. Most patients, don‘t even need painkillers. The next day they return to normal life.

Is dental implantation really need a general anesthetic?
No, it is not necessary. Local anesthesia can completely protect against the pain. When the dentist will prepare the place for implant, you will feel a slight vibration and pressure, but will not feel pain. However, if you want to "sleep" during the procedure – Pro-implant Dental Clinic offers a deep sedation.

When bone augmentation is required?
Bone augmentation procedure is needed if the existing bone is not enough to perform implantation. If the bone in the place of a missing tooth have been with no natural chewing load, it gradually atrophies. Begins bone resorption - bone loss. There are several different bone reconstruction procedures.
Learn more about bone augmentation.

May dental implants affect my pacemaker?
No, not. Implants have no electromagnetic effect and no impact on your pacemaker.

Does the implant replacement can be done during one visit?
Yes. Implanting physician works safely and pain-free. During one visit can be placed more than one implant.

If I have diabetes, can I use a dental implant?
Yes. However, the progression of the disease must be carefully controlled. Untreated diabetes can be adversely affected the healing process. If there is doubt, implantologist will consult your doctor.

Are there any diseases that would contraindicate dental implant?
Could be said that it is not. If you have a serious disease such as heart or vascular insufficiency, kidney disease, your immune system is damaged, always inform your dentist. Sometimes the side effects of drugs can affect the healing process, so your doctor should be informed of any regularly used medication. Based on your medical history, your doctor will decide on a dental implant.

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