How Is Dental Implant Done?

How Is Dental Implant Done?

Dental implant is considered to be as one of the more popular dental procedures because of the huge amount of convenience they bring to their clients. They are far more reliable than dentures with their added durability and strength which has lead people leaning towards it.

It should be noted that there are a number of factors that needs to be considered when getting a dental implant procedure. Let us help you run through the things that you can expect with a tooth implant process.

Before a tooth implant procedure is done, the damaged tooth of the patient will firstly be removed. After this, bone grafting may be involved to prepare the patient’s jawbone for surgery.

Dentist often give the clients a fair amount of time for their jawbone to heal before proceeding with the installation of a dental implant metal post in their jawbone. Patients will need to undergo another healing period before the surgeon places the extension of the implant metal post which is then followed by their new artificial tooth.

The dental implant procedure does indeed take a fair amount of time to complete taking up to three to nine months from start to finish. As mentioned earlier, the healing process plays a very integral role with your dental implant.

If you are planning on getting a dental implant in Macquarie Park for yourself, make sure that you dedicate time for your implants to heal. Avoid doing strenuous activities as this can slow down your body’s natural healing ability.

 

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Philip Song

I Graduated from Sydney University Bachelor of Dentistry with Honours. During my University studies, I was awarded the University of Sydney Academic Merit prize, awarded to the top performing student in each faculty.