Implant prostheses are fixed or removable prostheses that are placed on the implant and support...
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If appropriate anesthesia methods are applied, the patient will not feel pain. Local anesthesia is usually provided during operation. In the evening when the implant is placed, simple pain and mild swelling may occur and these complaints may be resolved with pain killers and edema drugs. Many patients state that this pain is not different from that of pain after normal tooth extraction. In cases where the treatment is completed without any problems, the implants are too comfortable that the person does not feel their presence. Antibiotics can be used regularly when there is a risk of infection.
No. If the number of missing teeth is more than one, a single implant may serve two or more locations depending on the area to be applied.
Completion of prosthesis involves a process of approximately three months. In order to ensure the complete integration of implants with bone (Osteointegration), the loads on the implant must be minimized during the first 2-3 months of healing. However, during the recovery period, your function will be returned by using a suitable temporary prosthesis.
Implants were found remain in the mouth without any problem for 30 years or more. Implant life depends on many factors. Patient's health and care for implants are the most important of these. Implants can be used for a lifetime if the required maintenance is performed.
We generally recommend taking a rest on the day of surgery and for a few days following surgery. However, in most cases, a day or weekend may be sufficient for all the procedures.