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    What is the procedure for implant treatment?

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    Dr Keith Baetz

    Dentist, Prosthodontist

    To enable Dr Baetz and his team to provide you with the highest level of care, your first appointment is the most important.Dr Baetz will … View Profile

    Following appropriate discussion, examination, and three dimensional scans, the implant/s are placed. About ten days later the sutures are removed. Three months later there is a final clinical check and x-ray, and then work can start on the tooth part of the implant reconstruction. This is all variable depending upon exactly how many implants you are having, where they are, how many teeth are missing and what the final reconstructive plan is. There are differences between a single tooth replacement, bridgework, or whether we are supporting a denture on implants, etc. The possible permutations and combinations would all have been discussed, and quoted for, during the initial diagnostic phase, before actual treatment starts.

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    Titanium screw like fixture is surgically placed in the bony area of a missing tooth. Once it has firmly healed (usually 3-6 months) it can act as an artificial root for a false porcelain tooth to be attached to it.

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