Today, thanks to the professionalism of dentists in modern clinics, implantation of teeth has become simple and affordable. The success of the procedure depends entirely on the professionalism of the doctor and the willingness of the patient to follow all the instructions and recommendations of the specialist in a disciplined manner. Ideally, a kind of “conspiracy” should arise between the doctor and the patient, whose goal is to quickly, correctly and effectively conduct a procedure that is divided into several stages. Each of them has its own characteristics. There are 4 stages.



Naturally, the first stage of this complex process is planning. It is necessary to draw up a schedule of procedures very clearly and carefully, determine the schedule for visiting a specialist and get a number of consultations. After drawing up the plan of medical measures, the next step is the operation itself.




Under this phrase, it is necessary to understand directly the surgical procedures, the initial task of which is to insert the root of the tooth, consisting of titanium, into the jaw. The duration of root installation varies considerably and depends on many factors. By the way, this procedure necessarily takes place under local anesthesia. In the case of installing a dental implant in place of a patient or a long lost tooth, the process of implantation must be preceded by a preliminary treatment that can exclude the development of diseases and ensure the growth of normal bone tissue. Due to various defects or problems, the implantation process can be supplemented by various measures aimed at solving problems that are somehow connected with the installation. In some cases it is necessary to carry out the process of manipulation to eliminate the defective elements of bone tissue.



Despite the fact that this process is not traumatic and is limited to work with a minimal area of ​​the oral cavity, it is also accepted to be classified as a surgical stage associated with the installation of a dental implant. At the end of the installation process, one week is enough to completely complete the entire phase of prosthetics.



The last, but no less important than all the others, is the orthopedic stage, in which the crown part of the tooth, or a removable type prosthesis, is fixed on the above-mentioned, already installed part. This process puts an end to the procedure of implantation, thereby indicating the successful completion of work and the production of a ready-to-use design.


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