The implant is an artificial tooth root placed in the jawbone to perform the functions of missing teeth. Implants that can also be used with a single tooth defect do not damage the jawbone or the teeth next to it.
The stitches are removed one week after placing the implant on the jawbone. There is a waiting period of 3 months for the implant and bone boiling (duration of osseointegration) before going to the prosthetic prosthesis.
On the day of operation and the first few days following the operation, there may be complaints of pain, swelling of the face and inability to fully open the mouth, but due to the patient’s regular use of the prescribed medicines and the first 24 hours of ice compressing these complaints are of very low severity or none at all.