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What are dental implants?

Implants are comparable to replaced healthy natural teeth. A dental implant is an artificial tooth-root, usually casted out of titanium, a metal that is fully accepted by the human body. The implant is inserted into the jawbone in place of a missing tooth. During the healing period, natural bone cells integrate with minuscule grooves on the surface of the implant. After healing is complete, a crown, or a fixed bridge, is anchored to the implant. Dental implants may replace a single lost tooth or several missing teeth, and function just like original natural teeth do.

Advantages of implantation:

  • With implants, remaining natural teeth are protected from failure due to shifting caused by unsupported gaps between teeth.
  • With an implant, a missing tooth is replaced without grinding down adjacent healthy teeth (as with conventional bridges).
  • Implants offer a solution in cases where traditional treatments resort to removable dentures. With crowns and bridges anchored to the implants there is no embarrassment of false teeth slipping out, no pain or irritation of the gingival area.
  • With dental implants, one can eat whatever one pleases. Implants feel and function just like natural teeth, providing great stability and ease of chewing.
  • With implants, the process of jawbone atrophy is slowed. Altered facial contours may be restored to the original profile.

Dental implantation is a safe high quality alternative treatment that offers long lasting convenience and improved aesthetic appearance.

The procedure of implantation:

Dental implantation therapy consists of several steps.

During the initial consultation at the implant centre, a dentist will assess your dental and medical health, take x-rays of your teeth, check the condition of your jawbone, and explain the recommended treatment plan along with a personalized timetable for your treatment. You’ll be able to discuss the number of implants required, the need for temporary substitutions, and the projected cost of the treatment.

If your jawbone is found suitable for implantation, then the treatment may start even on the same day. (If your jawbone is found unsuitable as is, then it needs to be augmented preceding treatment: see the FAQ menu). The implantation procedure begins with the insertion of one or more titanium post(s) into the jawbone, along with small caps (abutments) fastened to the implants, which provide support for the future prostheses. The gum is then stitched up with absorbable stitches that dissolve naturally in a few weeks. The entire procedure is performed under local anaesthesia.

Healing period is about 3 months, during which your bone tissues integrate, and grow around the surface of the implants. The implants become stable, held firmly in place, and will tolerate the pressure of chewing and biting for a lifetime.

During the second visit, your dentist takes impressions of the healed gingival and your teeth for the prostheses. Your final permanent ceramic teeth will be ready in 2 to 5 days, depending on the number of crowns and bridges required. Finally, the crowns and bridges are attached to the implants.

After completion of the treatment, annual dental visits to your Hungarian or local dentist are recommended, to check on the condition of your implants. If you take the same good care of your new implants as of your natural teeth, including brushing, flossing, and regular check-ups, then your implants will feel and function just like your healthy natural teeth.

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Improved selt-esteem and increased quality of life
  • Reduce size and construct a more natural functional bridge or denture
  • No need to trim the adjacent teeth to form the conventional bridge
  • The solid anchorage of the dental implant will allow you to increase your chewing pressure, so eat anything you want
  • Improves speech as compared to having dentures
  • Improved comfort relative to removable dentures
  • Prevent further loss of teeth and bone support
  • Improved and younger, natural appearance
  • Improved oral health
  • Durability. Implants are very durable and have expected lifelong replacement for lost tooth
  • No slipping, sliding clicking dentures or worrying about your dentures popping out in embarrassing situations

What are dental implants?

Dental Implants are made of titanium, screw-like anchors which are particularly suited for fusing with human bone. Once inserted to the jaw they act as permanent replacements for the tooth roots and become the stable support for one custom made replacement tooth or more.

 When can an implant be beneficial for you?

 1. If you are missing a single tooth

One implant with a crown can eliminate the need for tooth grinding and /or root canal of adjacent teeth. The need for more than one crown may also be eliminated.

2.      If you are missing several teeth

Implants eliminate the need for dentures which can chafe sensitive gum tissue, cause bone loss and offer only 40% of your true natural chewing ability.

3. If you have no teeth

Implants can help stabilize and anchor your dentures.

Unfortunately dentures are not the best replacement for natural teeth. Denture can be wobbly and their usage can be accompanied by gum sores, increased bone loss,

reduced chewing ability and general discomfort. 2-4 implants can easily eliminate these problems and give you strong useful mastication and the confidence to smile.

What happens when you need an implant?

1) Visit the dentist; have a panoramic x-ray and / or CT to determine your personal implant treatment program.

2) Implant insertion procedure.

3) 3-6 month healing period.

4) Implant exposure and tooth rehabilitation

(3-4 weeks healing period).

*In some cases the crown may be inserted at the same time as the implant. This procedure is known as “IMMEDIATE LOADING”.

Common questions

Q. How long will a dental implant last?

A. Clinical research shows a lifespan of over 25 years for implant supported tooth restorations. As with natural teeth, good dental hygiene and regular checkups are most important to maintain healthy implants.

Q. What are the success rates for dental implants?

A. Implant success rates throughout the world vary between 90-95% during the first 5 years. Alpha Bio tec can proudly say that our success rate is 98.3% and on immediate loading 99% success rate. (That’s why our clinic use this product.)

Q. Does the implant insertion procedure cause pain?

A. Although each patient reacts differently, most people experience minimal discomfort, which may or may not be accompanied by slight swelling that disappears within a day or so.

Q. Will I be able to chew with my implants just like with my natural teeth?

A. Absolutely! Chewing ability mat even be increased due the replacement of missing or diseased teeth with implants.

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