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Frequently asked questions about dental implants

There are several questions that we are asked daily about dental implants. Dental implants are becoming a go-to solution for people with a missing teeth. We here are going to take you through some of the most frequently asked questions about Dental Implants. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants 

Let’s begin with the most obvious question that patients always ask us

Question 1 – What are dental implants? 

Answer – Remember dental implant is not a tooth. In fact, it is a prosthesis that is used to replace your missing teeth. A dental implant is a small titanium fixture that is usually inserted into the jawbone on top of which we will add a cap that is called a crown, a fixed bridge & a partial denture or even a complete denture is required. Once the implant is integrated with the bone, the abutment is then connected to the implant following which the artificial tooth is attached. To make it simple to understand – there are 3 different parts to dental implants. These 3 parts are – dental implants, abutment, and artificial teeth. 

Question 2 – Who all can go for dental implants? 

Answer – Another very obvious question that we often come across is – who these dental implants are best for? Well! Anyone who has a missing tooth or multiple teeth can opt for dental implants. 

Question 3 – What are the advantages of dental implants? 

Answer – There are several reasons that can cause tooth loss. In this case, one seems to lose confidence and even the beautiful smile that you might have. Some of these reasons are – tooth decay, ageing, gum disease, and even accident. This is where dental implants help you restore the original functioning and smile. With dental implants, you will have several different benefits -eat normal food, retain a beautiful smile, and even better. 

Question 4 – What are the disadvantages of dental implants? 

Answer – Everything comes with pros and cons. Dental implants also have a set of disadvantages. Some of these disadvantages are the risk of inflammation, infection, and pain. Since it is a surgical procedure, it will take time to recover fully. In addition to this, in the cases where there is no available bone to place the implant, one needs to go through the bone & gum grafting procedures, which again will take more time. 

Question 5 – How much do dental implants cost? 

Answer – Another frequently asked question about dental implants is their cost. Several factors can help you determine the cost of your dental implants. Some of these factors are – the quality of the dental implant you choose, the insurance you have, and where you are. The approximate cost of each dental implant starts from $1,200. 

Question 6 – What is the success rate of dental implant surgery? 

Answer – Like you, most people going for dental implants might be wondering about the success rate of the surgery. Luckily, thanks to the advancements in dental technology, the success rate of this dental implementation surgery is 90-95%.

Bottom Line 

In the end, we hope you have found the answer to your question about dental implants. So, if you choose to go with dental implant surgery, it is smart to find answers to all the questions you might have. So, if you have any doubts, you can contact us and we will answer all your questions.