Transform your smile with dental implants.pdf - Page 25

Approach Two - Immediate
It is possible for some people to have immediate teeth by:
• removing any teeth that cannot be saved and immediately
fitting dental implants and a transitional temporary bridge
– all on the same day
• then after a healing period – typically three to six months –
the final implant bridgework is made and fitted, which means
patients do not have to put up with a removable denture.
The various treatment options that are available to you will
depend upon your individual health and physical condition,
which need to be carefully assessed. It should be noted that
some patients may require bone- and gum-grafting procedures
before we can begin any treatment.

I thought I would give you a quick summary ten
days in from replacing my teeth with immediate
implants. The conclusion is quite simple 'One of
the best things I have ever done. Feel great and
look a lot better'!
I did experience swelling and soreness afterwards,
which I alleviated with ice packs and rest.
However, by the time I returned to work five days
after the operation, I could not stop smiling with a
new set of gnashers! For ten years I had always hidden my teeth. They have
never appeared in a photo as I was so embarrassed about them.
I’m having my first check-up this week. The stitches are starting to dissolve.
No swelling, no pain. I’m just so pleased I had it done – and wish I had done
it years ago. Expensive but worth every penny. And as I said earlier, Tim is
fantastic and gives me every confidence!
Mr Grant, Surrey


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