Common questions about Dental Implants

In most cases, the dental implant procedure itself causes very little pain, but once the anesthetic wears off, patients often feel some discomfort, this of course varies from patient to patient based on the level of pain tolerance and the complexity of the procedure.
Usually, you may feel some pain and discomfort until 10 days after the surgery, but the dentist prescribes pain relievers to help. There will also be swelling, and it should subside after 3-5 days. Dental implants cause pain, but for a week to 10 days, maximum.
No direct link has been found between dental implants and oral cancer, but in many cases, oral cancer appears around dental implants as chronic inflammation.
Yes, it is possible if blood sugar is controlled keeping in mind that the failure rate of dental implants is very high in diabetics because surgical implant wounds may take longer to heal, and diabetics are more likely to develop infections.
Dental implant is a surgical fixture that is placed into the jawbone and allowed to fuse with the bone for a few months. The dental implant acts as a replacement for the root of a missing tooth. In turn, this "artificial tooth root" serves to hold a replacement tooth or bridge
Yes, you will experience some pain after getting an implant. During the dental implant procedure, there shouldn't be a pain as you will have been given anesthesia. However, as the numbness wears off, you will most likely start to feel some discomfort.
The cost of a dental implant is 250 euro per tooth.
Dental implants are surgically placed in your jawbone, where they serve as the roots of missing teeth. Because the titanium in the implants fuses with your jawbone, the implants won't slip, make noise or cause bone damage the way fixed bridgework or dentures might.
Dental implants can be done very well in one day.
A dental implant is considered a safe procedure but just like any other procedure some complications may occur like: • Infection at the implant site. • Injury or damage to surrounding structures, such as other teeth or blood vessels. • Nerve damage, which can cause pain, numbness, or tingling in your natural teeth, gums, lips, or chin.