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Initially, following the operation considerable discomfort and pain can be experienced however this is managed with oral medication. This pain substantially subsides the net day and is then managed with more mild medication.
Minor bleeding, bruising and swelling is also expected after the placement of the implant, while your jaw adjusts to the addition. In the case of multiple implants being place this discomfort and side effects are usually more severe, this is particularly true if bone grafting has been required.
Dental implants also use titanium as it is an exceptionally strong and durable material and allows the full functionality and strength of an actual tooth, providing the best support for a crown.
Your experience dentist at DICC will also need to ensure that you have enough bone in the jaw to support a dental implant.
Dental implants are also commonly used as a more permanent solution to replace small bridges, removable or partial dentures and single or many missing teeth.
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