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Dental implants

Dental implants

A bright smile will sure brighten your day; this is an old yet very true saying, when you have a bright smile people are naturally drawn to you and feel comfortable around you, this is why it is very important to always take care of your teeth.
However, due to either an accident, weak bone structure or not taking the best care of your mouth, your teeth may get damaged and in most cases you can lose a tooth, which in it self can create more issues for you like constant pain and infections.
And let's be honest, having gaps in your mouth is not the best look, and can make many people feel self-conscious about their look which makes them lose confidence, and that can effect their lives on a professional and personal levels.
But not to worry, because Medespoir has the best solution for you, because with us you can have dental implants at the best clinic and with the most affordable price.
Dental implants act and look exactly like your normal healthy teeth, they are the most innovative and modern solution to battle the problem of losing teeth.
Medespoir invites and welcomes all of our patient's that are interested in having their natural beautiful smile back.

How much does dental implants cost?

When it comes to dental procedures, Medespoir Clinic has the best medical team tha is consisted of the top educated and efficient surgeons and dentists in the whole world.
Our true strong features is our unmatched and very cheap prices for all cosmetic surgeries; this is because we offer all of our patient's an all-inclusive deal that covers the expenses of the aesthetic operation.
The all-inclusive package covers costs like:

  • Your hotel room if you are coming from another country.
  • Your operation related transportation.
  • The medication fees.
  • The doctor's payment.

With Medespoir you can save up to 70% on having dental implants compared to other clinics and agencies.

What are dental implants?

Dental implant surgery is a process in which the roots of your tooth are replaced with metal supports, these supports are in the shape of screws that go into the jaw bone.
The implants are used to fix or replace a damaged or missing tooth using an artificial tooth that closely resembles real teeth in terms of appearance and performance so you will have a natural look when you install them.

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What are the types of dental implants?

Endosteal implants

Endothelial implants are usually installed in the bone, they are the most widely used implants.
They come in many shapes like:

  • A small screw.
  • Cylinder.
  • Blade.

This implant is inserted directly into the jawbone and will hold one or multiple artificial teeth.

Subperiosteal implants

This type of dental implant is placed on or above the jawbone, it is a metal support that is placed under the gum area and fixed it in its proper place.
This type of implant is used for patients that are unable to wear regular dentures, do not have enough natural jawbone for an intraosseous implant or if the person does not want to undergo bone augmentation in order to build their bone.

Implant Overdentures

Overdentures are used when the patient is in good health and capable to have tooth extraction.
Through this procedure, dentures are placed over the implants, which can add stability when compared to traditional dentures.

All-on-4 dental implant technology

This procedure is often applied to adults who want to avoid the use of dentures.
This procedure is usually performed by placing a small titanium screw in the jaw in order to replace the root of a missing tooth.
Once this surgery is completed, the crown is connected, and the end result of this type of implant is very realistic and natural looking.

Implant-supported bridges

This type of implants are used when the patient desires to replace multiple teeth at once, the doctor may also resort to it in case there is not enough jaw bone to support the implant, or if the nerve is close to the operation area.
During this technique, the implants are initially placed in the jaw bone, and once they are fused with the bone, the abutments are attached to the implant.

How to prepare for dental implants?

Meeting with your doctor for a checkup appointment is the first step in preparing for dental implants, during this appointment you will have a dental imaging examination, the doctor may also request a panoramic dental image to diagnose problems that cannot be seen through a regular examination.
If you suffer from blood clotting disorders then you are required to have a blood clotting function checks before the operation.
The doctor will prescribe you some antibiotics if you are more susceptible to endocarditis, this is usually done for people that suffer from either an artificial valves or immunodeficiency.
During your examination you will have a set of preliminary tests performed to create a tooth structure with the color and texture that are similar to your original teeth, and in some cases, you will have a pre-treatments before dental implants to create a suitable area of tissue for implantation of new teeth.
You will need to limit or stop your alcohol consumption and quit smoking for at least a week before undergoing the procedure and try to maintain a good oral hygiene during this time.

What happens during dental implants procedure?

The procedure starts with the doctor injecting you with local anesthetic; the injection will happen in the periodontal area, this is done so you wouldn't feel any discomfort during the operation, you might feel a slight pressure.
After that the doctor makes an incision to open your gums and expose, the bone and they will also drill some holes the bone where the metal abutment will be placed.
Dental implants can be started if the bone is ready to receive implants, as metal screws are attached to the jawbone.
The reconstruction process begins with the doctor taking measurements of your mouth, jaw and teeth construction, then they will creating the appropriate set of implants based on the results of those measurements.
The implants will be made in the lab, during this time the medical team will create your new teeth based on the shape, size and color of your normal teeth so that the implants can create a natural look to them.
During this time, your tissue will heal, this usually takes about 6 weeks, after which your implants should be ready to be installed in place.

What happens after having dental implants?

The first thing to ask after having the procedure is how to best take care of your dental implants?
The recovery journey doesn't take too long.
You should avoid eating and drinking for two hours after the surgery, until the effect of the anesthesia wears off.
During the first days after the procedure, you may feel pain in the area, not to worry, your doctor will prescribe you painkillers to help manage the discomfort.
To better take care of your new set of teeth, you must maintain a good oral hygiene; this is so you implants can maintain their shape, placement and color.
This means that your teeth must be taken care, you should brush them daily and clean your mouth regularly with mouthwash.
It's best to use a soft brush to prevent periodontal injury, and other cleaning tools to obtain the best result of the process.
It's also best to change your diet and stay away from acidic foods and food that stain your teeth such as:

  • Red wine.
  • Fruit juice.
  • Soda.
  • Tea.
  • Meat.
  • Coffee.
  • Sweets.

Make sure that you always keep up with your follow-up appointments so that your doctor can see the progress of your treatment and recovery.

What are the risks of dental implants?

Risks are a part of any medical or cosmetic procedure, this is why before undergoing the procedure your doctor will tell you and explain to you the different risks and potential complications that come with having dental implants.
Some of the risks of dental implants are:

  • Bleeding at the operation site.
  • Hypersensitivity to anesthetics.
  • Loss of sensation in the mouth.
  • Heat or cold sensitivity.
  • Inflammation.
  • Injury or damage to surrounding structures, such as teeth or other blood vessels.
  • Nerve damage.
  • Infection.
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