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Dental implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth in order to restore oral health, aesthetics and functionality of the mouth. Implants placed in the jaw bone may act as support for future crowns. Unlike bridges, dental implants leave the neighbouring teeth untouched. Also, in modern dentistry, they have reduced to a minimum the use of mobile dentures because they offer perfect aesthetics and functionality.
The installation process lasts for about 30 to 60 minutes for a single implant and only 2 to 3 hours for multiple implants. The number of appointments and the required time vary from patient to patient. All details are taken into account in the treatment plan which is being executed with great precision.
The first part of the treatment involves the placement of the titanium implant inside the bone, after a small incision in the gum tissue, and after local anesthesia has been performed in the area where the implant will be placed; therefore, the procedure is completely painless. The second part, which takes place after the required healing time (usually 3-4 months) passes, involves the placement of the prosthetic part (crown or bridge). It is important to note that the duration of treatment varies from person to person, depending on the quality and quantity of the bone. In some cases, the implants can be restored immediately after placement, but this will be decided by the surgeon.