Fixed teeth in 24 hours in the provinces of Malaga, Granada, Jaén, Almeria and Cadiz
The innovation we work with in Dental Clinics Group makes it possible for us to offer you state-of-the-art solutions such as immediate loading dental implants.
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This state-of-the-art treatment makes it possible for the patient undergoing dental implant surgery have fixed teeth on the same day of the intervention.
Thanks to the advanced technology that we offer in all our dental clinics in the provinces of Malaga, Granada, Jaén and Almería you can recover your smile in 24 hours.
Fixed teeth in 24h
Fixed teeth on 4 implants for € 95 per month / arch
High-end implant + Crown
For only 799 €
What are immediate loading dental implants?
It is a state-of-the-art implantology technique that allows you to replace, reliably and efficiently, in a single day, the teeth of the upper arch and lower arch.
It is a painless and very effective technique that allows to reduce costs and time of realization in the general treatment of dental implants.
In addition to making the rehabilitation of full arches possible, its advantages include the improvement of chewing functions, speech and aesthetics immediately after placement.
However, the great benefit of fixed teeth in 24 hours that you can find in all the dental centers of Grupo Dental Clinics is the great saving of intermediate treatments. And it is that this system makes it possible that transition periods with uncomfortable temporary prostheses are not necessary when the patient wants to renew their smile.
We offer you a immediate solution with all the guarantees: a fixed provisional prosthesis placed in a single operation and screwed to the implants. Approximately, at four or five months, this prosthesis will be replaced by a definitive one and the treatment will be considered finished.
Clearly the fastest and most effective way to completely renew your smile.
What is the difference between Dental Implants and Fixed Teeth?
Both dental implants as fixed teeth are solutions for replace missing or damaged teeth, but there are some differences between them:
- Procedure: The placement of fixed teeth is done by preparing and grinding natural teeth to place a fixed dental prosthesis (bridge or crown), while the placement of dental implants involves the placement of an artificial titanium tooth root in the bone maxilla, which is fused with the natural bone to form a solid base for an artificial tooth.
- Duration: Fixed teeth have a limited lifespan and may require replacement after a few years. On the other hand, dental implants are designed to last many years, even a lifetime, with proper dental care.
- Structure: Fixed teeth are attached to remaining natural teeth or dental posts, while dental implants are independent of natural teeth and have a unique structure that is attached directly to the jawbone.
- Functionality: Fixed teeth can function well for eating and speaking, but may have some limitations compared to dental implants, which offer improved, more natural function and aesthetics, allowing patients to eat and speak with comfort and confidence.
In short, dental implants and fixed teeth are different options for replace missing or damaged teeth, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. The choice between the two will depend on the patient's condition, their dental needs, and the dentist's recommendations.
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What benefit does this new treatment bring?
The most important thing is that with a reduced number of implants we can provide the patient with a fixed prosthesis in the same day, reducing costs and treatment time and, above all, improving the patient's quality of life.
Once the dental prosthesis is in place, can you chew?
Initially a soft diet is recommended for a month; after this time the patient will be able to eat normally.
What anesthesia is applied in this type of surgery?
It is the same as the one we use for any other dental procedure (fillings, extractions, etc.).
Is sedation optional?
Yes, it depends on the patient and if the professional considers that they can improve the quality of their work.
If you opt for conscious sedation, is the patient conscious during the process?
Effectively. He can respond to commands such as "open or close his mouth" but in the end he does not have a memory of the surgery, or the time that has elapsed, so it is very safe for him.
How long does the intervention last?
The surgery, with all the prosthetic phases, lasts for 2 hours.
Dr. Would you recommend this technique to patients who are fearful of the dentist?
Without a doubt, because it avoids doing many interventions. In addition, the patient will get a totally new denture the same day, with the psychological effects that this entails.
What benefits does the technique have, compared to a conventional dental implant technique?
It is done in a short time, avoids bone grafting, is cheaper and recovery is very fast.
Why in this technique can immediate loading be done and in the conventional implant technique it is necessary to wait a while before loading?
For the strategic placement of the implants, for the design of these as well as that of the prostheses.
Are there any contraindications regarding age for this technique?
No, but as always, each case is particular and depends on the surgeon's criteria.
What guidelines should be followed after surgery?
A medication is taken for a week and a soft diet is supplemented for a month.
In the case of suffering from periodontal disease, is it possible to carry out the treatment?
Yes, it is one of the indications of this technique, because these patients, generally due to gum disease, tend to move their teeth and do not eat well. With this technique they recover function very quickly (chewing and aesthetic) and gain security.
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