Frequently Asked Questions about immediate load implants

Frequently Asked Questions about immediate load implants

Written by: Javier de la Cruz Conejo
Published: | Updated: 17/08/2018
Edited by: Anna Raventós Rodríguez

 

What applications have immediate load implants?

Basically, immediate implants give us aesthetic advantages, because from the first moment the implant is restored at the time. In cases where the patient is edentulous immediate loading it allows you to comfortably enjoy teeth from day one.

 

How are immediately loaded implants placed?

Immediate load implants require great technical effort. The specialists in dentistry , we use temporary pillars on the implants and teeth are made of acrylic (for their biomechanical characteristics).

 

How long after extraction has to pass in order to place implants immediately loaded? And until they can be placed teeth fixed?

It depends on each case. Sometimes we can do immediately loaded implants the same day we do extractions. If not possible, we must wait 2-3 months for bone regeneration. Fixed teeth are placed in 4-6 months after immediate loading.

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Immediate load implants, hurt?

This is a minor surgery in which the patient is medicated and therefore not usually very painful.

 

What are the risks your implant placement Immediate loading?

If you do not have the right skills or postoperative care is not correct, you can weaken the implant-bone attachment.

 

How long immediate load implants?

Many years if you take care of properly. As the provisional prosthesis can last up to 1 year.

 

What they are made immediately loaded implants?

They are the same as the conventional implants, the technique is modified only. They are made of titanium; teeth on day are acrylic, while the definitive are ceramic.

 

How much immediate load implants?

They cost slightly more than conventional implants, but not too. 1400 € is the conventional full implant and 1580 € implant immediate loading.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

By Javier de la Cruz Conejo
Odonthology

Dr. de la Cruz is a specialist in oral-maxillofacial surgery and Master's degree in implantology. He graduated in Dentistry at the Complutense University of Madrid and university expert in cosmetic dentistry by the University Rey Juan Carlos I. In 2002 he won the international certification expert prosthesis Veneers and Lumineers 2.

It also collaborates with the services of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Clinical Hospital San Carlos and the department of oral surgery and implants at the Complutense University of Madrid. He is a member of many societies like the Spanish Society of Oral Surgery and the Spanish Society of Periodontology.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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