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Dental Implant Surgery - All You Need to Know


Posted on 10/15/2023 by Pacific Oral and Facial Surgery Center
African American woman smiling with her new dental implants from Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center in Livermore, CADental implant surgery is a revolutionary solution for individuals with missing teeth. This procedure offers a durable and natural-looking alternative to conventional dentures or bridges. If you have missing teeth and are considering this procedure, it's essential to understand what it entails, how to prepare, and what to expect during and after the surgery.

What is Dental Implant Surgery?


As mentioned, dental implant surgery is a procedure to replace missing teeth with artificial ones that function and appear just like natural teeth. The dentist or surgeon inserts titanium implants into the jawbone, which provides a sturdy foundation for prosthetic teeth. These implants fuse with the bone over time, providing a strong and long-lasting solution. It is advisable to schedule a consultation with a dental practitioner before a dental implant procedure to ensure you are a viable candidate.

How to Prepare for Dental Implant Surgery?


Preparing for dental implant surgery is essential for a successful and comfortable experience. Schedule a consultation with a qualified dentist or surgeon for an oral evaluation and a personalized treatment plan. Maintaining excellent oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly is advisable and attending dental follow-up checks is essential leading up to the surgery.

Temporary adjustments may be needed depending on your lifestyle. You may be required to quit smoking for faster healing. By diligently following these preparations, you can set the stage for a smoother dental implant surgery and an improved oral health outcome.

What to Expect During and After the Surgery


During dental implant surgery, the oral surgeon will make an incision in the gum tissue, insert the implant into the jawbone, and attach temporary teeth. There may be swelling after the surgery, but you can manage the discomfort with prescribed medications. Over the next few months, the implant will integrate with the jawbone. Once complete, your dentist will attach the final prosthetic teeth, customized to match your natural teeth.
Dental implant surgery forms the foundation for modern dentistry, allowing countless individuals to regain their natural smiles and enjoy an improved quality of life. Schedule a consultation with a professional practitioner today and kick-start your journey to a healthy smile.
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