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Preparation for dental implants.

Dental implantation is an advanced innovation in oral surgery, in terms of dental prosthetics and the restoration of lost teeth. The use of dental implants makes it possible to restore masticatory function. Moreover, engineering creativity of the implant creators gives a patient the feeling of a natural tooth, allowing them to smile again without feeling uncomfortable when using the prosthesis.

The implant is made of high-strength titanium, which is neutral to the body. It has its own micro-porous base that makes it a perfect match for the bone tissue. The manufacturing process of the implant is so precise taking place only in a sterile environment, that the rejection caused by the manufacturer is almost impossible. Moreover, all of the major manufacturers offer a lifetime warranty for their product, that is, the implant.

The preparation to a dental implant surgery involves:

- The initial need for a full medical examination in order to identify a condition that can become a contraindication to the operation.

- A dentist determines the state of the bones and eliminates all the problems and diseases of the oral cavity (during treatment).

Contraindications to implantation:

- Malocclusions (require orthodontic treatment)

- A severe periodontal disease;

- Bleeding disorders;

- Diabetes;

- Cancer;

- Heart disease

- Other specific reasons.

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Sinus lift.

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