Frequently Asked Questions on dental implants
- Is the installation of implants is always successful?
The techniques of modern implants are in constant improvement since their beginnings in the 1950’s. Today, refined techniques and new materials allow us to estimate a success rate of over 93% over 10 years. “Is an implant rejected by the body can be replaced? In the rare cases where an implant is rejected, we can usually put in a new one.
- Is it that everyone can have dental implants?
In general, it is considered that individuals healthy enough to undergo oral surgery are generally good candidates. However, certain conditions can influence the decision of professionals. For example, some chronic diseases, smoking or excessive alcohol can interfere with treatment. Following a review of your health history, DR Ridha BESSROUR notify you of potential problems. It should be noted that the age of the patient is not considered a risk factor.
- Is what others will be able to know that I have implants?
The salaries of modern implantology give your teeth look completely natural, as if you had kept your teeth healthy! Although your parents and friends will not be able to guess that you have implants, many patients are so proud they tell everyone.
- What is the duration of treatment?
Everything depends on the type of implant and teeth to replace. The treatment can take a few weeks to more than 6 months. If a bone graft is needed, the time may be longer still. Dr. BESSROUR will notify you when you encounter information.
- Does treatments require hospitalization?
For the vast majority of patients, treatments implantology take place entirely at the dental clinic under local anesthesia on an outpatient basis. This last option is reserved for complex procedures or if the patient has health problems.
- Is it painful?
Many patients believe that the installation of their implants caused less discomfort than extracting teeth. Thanks to modern technology and products for anesthesia, the level of discomfort is minimized.
- Will I deprive my prosthesis during treatment?
Following surgery, it is possible that the dentist would ask you not wear your prostheses in the region made. If this happens, this period will be short because the dentist will provide temporary teeth, so that you can return to your regular.
- How much treatment?
The cost of treatments varies depending on the number of implants to ask and depending on the type of replacement teeth. Some more complex treatments such as bone grafting may also have an influence on prices. Dr. Ridha BESSROUR can give you an estimate based on your particular case, after a review of your teeth.
- Does the implants will be as strong as my natural teeth?
Yes. In fact, several studies have shown that implants are stronger than natural teeth. When compared with removable dentures, implants provide an unmatched efficiency at the mastication.Les dental implants can enjoy food which prefers to deprive because of prostheses. They improve nutrition, health and appearance.
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