Our philosophy is based, first of all, on trying to save the teeth, because there are no better materials than those that Mother Nature has given us. If this is not possible then we opt for implantology.
Caries is a multifactorial pathology in which many predisposing conditions intervene, some of which are difficult to determine.
PROTOCOL TO FOLLOW:
- Professional dental hygiene with a schedule scheduled by the dentist or dental hygienist
- Check x-rays taken once a year
- Inspection visit and use of DIAGNOCAM or any professional hygiene
- Follow the correct home oral hygiene instructions, customized for you by the dentist or dental hygienist
It depends on the difficulty of the intervention. It ranges from less than an hour (when the implant is single and the bone volume sufficient) to a maximum of 2-3 hours (in more complex cases).
Absolutely not. We use adequate local anesthesia and, subsequently, the action of anti-inflammatory drugs relieves any post-intervention pain.
In most cases, no, because we usually install a temporary that rests on the remaining teeth. If there are no teeth on which to mount the provisional, instead, we resort to a removable prosthesis anchored to the remaining roots.
They vary according to the complexity of the intervention: they usually range from a slight swelling of the affected area to possible hematomas. However, these are situations that resolve a couple of days thanks to the effect of ice and drugs
Of course, but in this case you must first regenerate the bone through surgery and then, after 6-12 months, you can proceed with the insertion of the implant.
In some cases we resort to conscious sedation. It is a mild form of anesthesia commonly used to reduce anxiety: one never loses consciousness but experiences a sense of relaxation and sleepiness such as to be able to face the intervention with more serenity. This also facilitates the dentist in his work. It is a 100% safe technique. Hypnosis is also a technical solution, which we can offer thanks to specialized doctors.
Absolutely not. The implants are titanium and the body does not react in any way to this metal.