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Examination and consultation before implant placement

Examination and consultation before implant placement

Examination and consultation before implant placement -  Nobody likes an ugly smile, so we all choose between having beautiful teeth or having irregular teeth.

2021/08/16
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Examination and consultation before implant placement

 
Examination and consultation before implant placement - drebrahimgol
 

Your teeth may not be in good condition. Surely no one likes to have an ugly smile. So definitely we all choose between having beautiful and healthy teeth or having irregular teeth with a thousand pains and problems.


Such a thing is not an unattainable dream at all. The good part is that there are different methods of tooth restoration that you can use.

 

Of course, in the meantime, dental implants have tremendous advantages that can surely change your opinion about it. It does not matter if your priority is to restore cosmetic teeth or efficiency!

 

Those who make beauty their first priority should know that the implant is quite similar in shape and appearance to a real and natural tooth, and therefore looks both natural and beautiful in the mouth.

 

Regarding its efficiency, it should be said that the implant has better stability and efficiency than other restorative methods.


No matter how you look at it, implants are still the best option for you. Unless you want to consider economic and financial issues as the first priority, in which case you should weigh the advantages and disadvantages of this method.


However, before taking any action, you should see a doctor and check the condition of your mouth, gums and jawbone. There are some people who, given their circumstances, it is better not to use the implant method.


What is the use of going to the dentist and what information do we get?

 

1. Check the condition of the mouth and teeth

During your consultation with your dentist, he or she will carefully examine your teeth, gums, surrounding tissues, and general oral health and condition. In addition, the dentist will review your medical history and ask about any illnesses you have had in the past.


Another thing a dentist does when examining is to check the bone density and quality, because the part of the jawbone that is going to be used for the implant (that is, the part that is under the tooth cavity) should be as large as possible.

 

It is healthy and strong enough and has the right volume to be able to perform implant placement on it. If your jawbone is not in good condition, you may need to have a bone graft before any implant procedure.

 

2. X-ray photography

X-rays or CT scans are usually one way to get more information and more detailed examinations. X-rays show how dense the structure of the jawbone is and whether it is currently in a position where the implant can be placed.

 

In addition, the dentist uses the image he obtains to pinpoint the location of the implant so that other tissues and structures are not damaged.

 

3. Discuss options for treatment

After reviewing and performing the tests, the dentist will identify and explain the various options before you. If an implant is found to be the right option for you and you finally agree with it, a treatment plan is planned for the implant, in which the dentist and the surgeon who is going to perform the operation will be informed.


Remember that there is no fear in asking questions. It is only natural that you should want to know exactly what you are going to do. Only then will you be completely sure of the decision you have made and you will be relieved.

 

4. Treatment plan

Once the initial discussions and diagnosis and planning are done, treatment will begin. There are some more detailed treatment options that will be identified at this stage and you should be aware of it. So, in fact, at this stage, a specific answer must be given to these questions:


How long is the treatment to last?


How many treatment sessions will it take to complete the work?


What type of anesthetic is used for implant placement and surgery?


How long will it take for you to fully recover after implant placement?


And most importantly, what should and should not be done after surgery? That is, what are the implant care instructions?

 
 

Immediate dental implants

 Dental implants + Tooth crown + immediate in one day 

Examination and consultation before implant placement - Immediate dental implants

 A Dental Implant or fixture replaces a lost tooth the size of a tooth root.
After the implant is welded, the casting is done and after the prosthesis is made in the laboratory, the crown is delivered to the patient; Sometimes this process can be done even in one day.

 

If you have lost one or more of your teeth and need more information,
So contact us as soon as possible to schedule a check-up and consultation.

 
Examination and consultation before implant placement - watch video of patients satisfaction
 

 

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