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Dental Implants FAQ

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Implant Placement FAQ

Dental implants are a popular option for people in need of permanent tooth replacement. They are the most reliable way to completely restore oral functionality lost from missing teeth, and are designed to fit your face perfectly. Swiss Denture & Implant Center is an expert on the dental implant procedure and has a history of success with Dental Implants. Read some of the answers to our most common dental implant placement questions below!

How painful is a dental implant?

Swiss Denture, Implant FAQ 2Dental implants require invasive surgery, so it’s understandable to feel anxious or apprehensive. However, on average, many patients say they don’t experience pain with implants, just minor discomfort a few days after surgery.

 

 

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Are you put to sleep for most dental implants ?

If you’re having one or two implants placed, a local anesthetic may be used. However, if you’re getting a full mouth of implants, your dentist will most likely use a general anesthetic to put you to sleep during the procedure.

 

 

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Do they sedate you for dental implants ?

Patient receiving local anesthetic prior to dental implants in Oregon

Yes, most patients are sedated prior to dental implant surgery, because it’s so invasive. In this section, you’ll learn more about how your dentist may determine which anesthetic is right for you.

 

 

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Can dental implants be done in one day ?

Swiss Denture, Implant FAQ 1While traditional dental implants can take several months, there is another option that will allow you to walk away with a new smile in just one day.

 

 

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Can I replace all My teeth with dental implants?

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Yes, you can replace all of your teeth with dental implants and you don’t just have one option. You can choose from individual dental implants, all-on-4 implants, or implant-supported dentures to restore your teeth.

 

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