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Procedures for implant treatment and a treatment period - Dental Implants Net

In implant treatment, an artificial tooth is commonly placed on the abutment after the implant body placed in the jawbone and the surrounding bone bonding firmly together. Therefore, it takes from 3 to 6 months to finish treatment.

Procedures for implant treatment

The commonest treatment procedures are explained here.

  • 1.A socket is made in the jawbone in which to place the implant body.
  • 2.Once the implant body is placed into the jawbone, the incision is closed.
  • 3.Over the next several months, the implant body and the surrounding bone are allowed to bond firmly together.
  • 4.An incision is made again to attach an extension (abutment) to support an artificial tooth on the implant body. Then, a mold of the mouth and teeth is made.
  • 5.An artificial tooth is produced.
  • 6.The artificial tooth is placed on the extension attached to the implant body.
  • 7.Consequently, you can achieve a natural-looking appearance and comfortable chewing ability.
  • 8.To keep your implant for a long time, at-home oral care and regular dental visits are required.

Procedures for implant treatment

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