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   A dental implant is a small titanium screw, a certain type of metal accepted by the human body, used in a wide range of surgical rehabilitation. The dental implant is inserted into the jawbone, and with time, the bone intregrates with the implant surface, a process called osseointegration, firmly anchoring the dental implant. There are many categories for implants, a dentist can always choose the one which fits you the best depending on your dental condition. This requires an x-ray which shows the amount of bone remaining this does determine the amount of available space. After this its possible to decide which implant can help your case the most.



   2. Is it expensive?

   The procedure does involve a significant investment but the exact cost can be determined only after records and an examination is completed. A survey of over 350 patients, after completion of their work, indicated that the implantation was not only worth the investment, but they would do it again. As well it is possible to do an implantation abroad where the cost could be reduced.

   3. Is there discomfort involved?

   As with any surgery, there can be discomfort; anesthetic and patient sedation are always used to eliminate discomfort. Our doctors do prescribe medications to ease any discomfort that may occur. You can be as well assured that special care will be taken to stay in contact with you after the surgery. This is the only way to be sure that you remain comfortable.

   4. How long does an implantation take, how many appointments will I need?

• After the consultation, you will recieve a treamtnet plan in a couple of days, if you agreed on it you can book an appointment for the implantation.
• 10 days after implantation it is recommanded to come back for a check-up (removal of stiches, xray) but this check up can be done by any dentist as well, in case if you would have to trawell extra for this to London.
• 4 months after the implantation: They uncover the implant, and place the temporary healing abutment on the implant, and take the impression for the crown.
• 2-3 weeks later the permanent abutment will set on the implant and the final crown will be set as well.

   5. Are implants safe? How long will they last?

   Dental implant technology is a well-established, tried-and-tested field 90% of modern implants last for at least 15 years.


   6. How successful are dental implants?

   At our dental clinic, according to our statistics of the past year, dental implants have a success rate of 98%. With proper care, implants can last a lifetime.