Dental implants are conducted in several routine stages at dental clinics and centers:
- The doctor prepares the specified place for implantation by placing the implants made of pure titanium metal in the jawbone in the place of the missing tooth.
- The jawbone and the implant are healed in what is called bone fusion. That takes six months for the upper jaw and three months for the lower jaw.
- The doctor prepares the final composition of dental implants. This phase includes a number of sessions, where the composition is prepared from oral prints. The doctor then installs it permanently on the implant.
It takes about half an hour to implant a tooth dental implants are accompanied by a slight pain that can be eased with ordinary painkillers. Since it is more difficult to attach the implants to the upper jawbones, the implant success rate is 90% for the upper jaw and 95% for the lower jaw.