Does the implant hurt?
No, the implant itself is painless, especially if it is one or two units, and in a good quality bone and the right amount. But in advanced cases that require a lot of work time, the person may feel some discomfort at the end of the work when the anesthesia wears off, which can be done again with appropriate anesthesia.
Generally, the fear of implant surgery is due to the shape and image of the work, because a screw-like object is screwed inside the jawbone, but this has nothing to do with pain during and after the work, and the implant work is generally painless. In terms of conditions after work, there is generally a little pain and swelling in the area, which can be prevented by taking painkillers.
Implant treatment can also be performed under sedation and even anesthesia. Sedation is a very comfortable process by which the patient is put to sleep and does not remember anything about the treatment, and as a result, the patient will feel comfortable and pain-free.
Is an implant necessary for the number of extracted teeth?
No, depending on the conditions, the number of bases varies. If a tooth is missing, a base and a crown. If two teeth are missing, two bases and two veneers are placed in a similar way, and these veneers are usually connected to prevent their rotation. But in cases of more than two teeth, for example, when three teeth are missing, in that case, it is possible to reconstruct the area by placing two bases and three veneers and forming a bridge or bridge, which again depends on the amount of existing bone. And the position of the tooth depends. When all the teeth in the jaw have been lost, usually eight implants are needed to reconstruct the upper jaw, and six to eight implants are needed for the lower jaw.
If the upper jaw can be reconstructed with eight bases, then twelve veneers will be placed on these eight foundations and four additional veneers will be attached to them. For the lower jaw, the situation is a bit different. If there is enough bone, the usual amount of eight bases and twelve veneers, and if there is no bone, usually five to six bases are placed and a number of veneers that fit the upper jaw are mounted on it.
Examining the best possible situations
Maybe you have a question or want to get the best possible implant. In this case, the best possible situations are as follows:
1. It hasn’t been long since you drew. About three to six months is a suitable period of time and after that the analysis takes place.
2. Use implants with a more reputable brand. For example, the Swiss Strömann brand implants are considered a very reliable brand, or the Korean implants of Astem, Implantium, Magazine and CIS brands, or the German ICX brand implants. After the right brand is chosen, it is important that the implant is performed by a specialist, that is, the surgery is performed by a surgeon and not by a general dentist, and the prostheses or crown is also performed by a prosthodontist.
3. Finally, the implant cover can be metal-ceramic or all-ceramic. Normally, metal-ceramic coating is chosen because the underlying structures are all made of metal and there is no justification for using all-ceramic, but all-ceramic can be used if the patient wishes. Maxillofacial surgery specialists, gum specialist, implant surgery subspecialist and implant prosthesis subspecialist are present in the clinic. Also, there is a collection of good and economical brands in the market that you can make a suitable choice by knowing their details and prices.