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Do dental implants work?

Do dental implants work?

YES ! : Dental implants have been around for over 50 years. Today -the success rate of dental implants is 95-98%. Dental implants do work. We can replace one missing tooth or the whole mouth, so you can have permanent teeth and enjoy food and have quality of life you deserve. ...Read more

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Dr. Stephen Scholand
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Implant (Definition)

An implant is a medical device manufactured to replace a missing biological structure, support a damaged biological structure, or enhance an existing biological structure. Medical implants are man-made devices, in contrast to a transplant, which is ...Read more


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Can anyone have dental implants?

Can anyone have dental implants?

Generally Yes: If a particular individual is relatively healthy and has enough bone hieght and width in the particular area, dental implants are the best treatment choice in replacing missing or lost teeth. Sometimes it can even be done immediately when a hopeless tooth is remove the same day! ...Read more

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Do dental implants last forever?

Do dental implants last forever?

Sorry, no: Most implants have wonderful longevity, lasting multiple decades. Bot no restoration is forever. Depends on the amount and nature of the supporting bone, stresses placed on the prosthesis, and especially on your care of the assemblage. Ask your Dentist to evaluate your personal set of circumstances. ...Read more

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What are dental implants made from?

What are dental implants made from?

Ti, Zir, or Ta: While titanium (commercially pure ti, or medical grade to) is still primary material for dental implants, the use of zirconia implants are getting more attention specially in europe ; asia , specially japan. But due to restorative issues, not settled in usa yet. The tantalum implants while are already in orthopedic field for several years, they don't have a proved track record yet, but promising. ...Read more

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How successful are dental implants?

Success rate 93- 98%: Success rates of dental implants is depending on where in the jaw the implants are placed but, in general, dental implants have a success rate of 93- 98%. ...Read more

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What is the cost of dental implants?

Wide range: You can see by the previous answers that a wide range of costs exists. Lowest cost not the best idea. Quality counts. ...Read more

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Are dental implants always  painfull?

Are dental implants always  painfull?

NO WAY: In most cases dental implants are not painful at all! in our practice most dental implant patients do not require any pain medicine other than over the counter tylenol (acetaminophen) or advil. Often times, the dental extraction is by far more uncomfortable than a dental implant. ...Read more

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What is it like to get dental implants?

What is it like to get dental implants?

Very Routine: Having dental implant treatment is a very routine procedure today. The techniques and instruments have made undergoing dental implant surgery very safe, comfortable, and predictable. You will be numb during the procedure, and it only takes a few minutes to actually place the implant by an experienced surgeon. You may feel some vibration or pressure, but no discomfort at all. Keep smiling ! ...Read more

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What are the effects of dental implants?

What are the effects of dental implants?

Bone stabalization: Dental implants keep the jaw bone from deteriorating away after a tooth is pulled. Dentists can anchor teeth to them individually or a full set of teeth to a series of them. Sometimes people who wish to have an implant placed to replace a tooth they lost years ago can not do so without augmenting the jaw bones height and/or width to allow for implant placement. ...Read more

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How painful it is to get dental implants?

How painful it is to get dental implants?

Seldomly so...: Implant placement can cause pain when there is: -Aggressive site preparation and/or lack of adequate irrigation resulting in the "burning" of the bone. -Impingement of biologic structures (Nerve/Sinus perforation), which can be solved by getting a CT scan. -Improper pain management. I've placed over 150 implants. No complaints yet. The above issues are not a problem for most. Good luck ...Read more

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