Dental Implant FAQ
Hundreds of thousands of people are now enjoying their new looks and their ability to laugh, speak and eat with renewed confidence!
How much will it cost?
Having an implant treatment is an investment in your future and quality of life. To have new teeth that feel like your own is a highly valued experience. It's a great and affordable treatment that will save you from other dental expenses in the future. The extent of your treatment will determine your cost, which is discussed at your consultation.
Does the treatment hurt?
As the implants are installed under local anaesthesia, you will not feel any pain during the surgery. The treated area may be swollen for a few days afterwards, which could be slightly painful. In most cases an ordinary painkiller is all you may need to feel fine.
How will my new teeth differ from real teeth?
With implant supported teeth it is almost impossible to tell the difference compared to natural teeth. With an implant-anchored full bridge there is a narrow space between your gum and the prosthesis which is externally invisible and facilitates cleaning.
How long will my new teeth last?
With proper care and cleaning, your implants can last a lifetime. Like natural teeth, with the passing of time, the crowns could become worn or damaged. The big difference is that your new teeth can easily be repaired or replaced, using the same implants for support.
Can I eat whatever I like?
Yes, there is no difference between natural and implant supported teeth in what you can eat. If you have experienced problems before, you will be pleasantly surprised at the positive change that has taken place.
How you can benefit from dental implants?
Dental implants are the permanent way for you to replace your missing teeth. Research and documentation show long-lasting results. Hundreds of thousands of people are now enjoying their new looks and their ability to laugh, speak and eat with confidence!
Will my new teeth feel like my own?
Yes! Since the implants are anchored into the jawbone, they function as your ordinary teeth when you are chewing, talking and laughing. Most people do not feel any difference between their natural teeth and their new ones.
Will my new teeth look like my own?
Yes! When replacing one missing tooth , It usually takes a dentist to spot the difference, they look so much like your own.
Are you considering replacing one, several or all of your teeth with dental implants? Call us on +351 289 589080.