It is important for each patient to be fully informed. That is why we've listed the most frequently asked questions below.
Regular visits are an important and obligatory part of implantology treatment. We initially assign more frequent visits (1 month), then every 6 months.
Yes, if basal implants are placed deep in the hard bones. This will significantly save you time and money. If it is necessary to place a bone substitute for the placement of conventional implants, especially in the area of the maxillary sinus floor, this is inevitable.
It is possible, but you need to devote a week in which the implants and structures will be placed. All subsequent visits to Bulgaria are determined with you (at least once a year).
Yes, it will hinder because bruxism is involuntary clamping on teeth or implants and can lead to destabilization of implants or wiping of dental surfaces. It also causes pain in the joints and the chewing mussels. Therefore, it is very important for such patients to undertake additional treatment with the insertion of muscle relaxants in the chewing muscles and to wear a special individual splint for bruxism.
It is important for us that the patient must be calm. Once a local anesthetic has been established, the procedure itself is totally painless (sensations are smaller than tooth extraction due to lack of work in inflammatory tissues).
Sometimes, using some implant placement techniques in difficult-to-access areas, post-operative swelling and weak tenderness are possible at the site of intervention, but these are normal body reactions.
The value of this treatment is sometimes cheaper because bone-removal materials, sinus lifting, etc. are not used. It is based on the number of implants and the structures above them. You save not only money but also time and headaches from walking to different specialists.
The manufacturer's implant warranty is for life. For additional and detailed information, please refer to the "Pricing & Warranty" section.
Prices and guarantee.
It is necessary to observe all the basic rules of implantation:
- first - on the implants and manufacturer side: the implant must be of titanium and certified by world-renowned companies;
- secondly - on the surgeon-implantologist side: to have experience, dexterity and knowledge of anatomical physiological features in the maxillofacial area, to work strictly, sterilely, in a well-equipped clinic;
- third - on the part of the patient: be prepared in advance and comply with all instructions from the physician, make regular check-ups and adhere to strict oral hygiene.
The main similarity between both of them is the metal frame.
The difference is mainly in the material that they are produced. Ceramic constructions are heavier and more esthetic than the composite ones. They have better mechanical properties and do not change their color in time. Metal –composite constructions are lighter than the ceramics but are vulnerable to changing their color. The main advantage of the composite is that it can be directly fixed in the mouth.
The main difference is that conventional implants are placed in spongy bone and waiting for a period of about 6 months for final integration and subsequent loading while basal implants are anchored directly into the cortical bone (hard) and no time for bone adaptation of the implant with bone and that is why they can immediately be loaded with structures.
On the day of the final cementing of the structures and during each inspection, we provide care and hygiene guidelines through additional oral hygiene and nutrition in the first 7 days.
Any patient with one or more missing teeth is suitable for treatment with implants. Regardless of whether he suffers from osteoporosis, diabetes or smoker.
If the patient maintains blood glucose levels and diabetes is controlled, there is no risk of inflammation around the implants.
In many clinical cases there are decayed teeth and roots that we extract before the implantation. Although basal implants are anchored deeply in the cortical bone, this bone needs time to remodels after that. Therefore the construction has to be light (like metal - composite constructions).
During the period of 1 year the bone starts gradually to shrink (atrophy). This is a normal physio-anatomical process in which gums and bone reduces their volume. After that several sections of the constructions become unaesthetic.
Metal-composite constructions are light and cheaper and can be fixed in the mouth of the patient without sending to the dental laboratory.