Dental implantation is a highly demanded dental operation in the modern world. Because, unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, many lose their teeth, and then you can install dental implants. This manipulation is successfully carried out in QRD Dental Clinic dentistry. What is the shelf life of implants, what is their cost, and how safe is the operation – you will find all the answers below.
Can dental implants be installed immediately after removal?
You can fill the gap in the dentition after tooth extraction and after a few weeks. Since everyone’s situation develops in different ways, such moments must be discussed with the dentist of the QRD clinic. He will tell you if it is possible install dental implants after removal in your case, and how to prepare for the operation.
Also, if your tooth has been removed for a long time, the manipulation can still be performed. But you may need to build up bone to provide room for the implant.
How long does it take to install dental implants?
The operation will take about half an hour. It is completely painless, as the doctor will administer local anesthesia and, if necessary, general anesthesia. In one visit, the dentist can restore the entire dentition, but this is only possible during a one-time implantation. This means the same day after removal. The titanium pin will take root in the lower jaw for 2-3 months, and in the upper jaw from 4 to 6 months.
If you are going install dental implants, then be sure to sign up for a free consultation at QRD Dental Clinic. First, you will be given a written guarantee for the work performed. And secondly, the clinic cooperates with companies whose implants will last a lifetime. And this is no exaggeration!
At what age can dental implants be installed and what is the cost?
From 18 years old! Because only by this time the jaw will be fully formed. The operation is completely safe, so there is no need to worry. As for the price, in QRD dentistry, the cost of installing implants starts from 9 to 28 thousand turnkey.
Call us now and make an appointment with the dentist. He will select the best implantation option for you and make an individual flexible dental treatment schedule.