Implant Treatment Stages

Implant Treatment Stages

Implant stages are a situation that expresses the stages of implant treatments, which have been applied for a long time and are an extremely efficient, robust, comfortable and practical treatment. There are some stages of operations for dental implant treatments, which is a technique that has been applied by specialist dentists for many years and has been continuously developed over the years.

Although this treatment is a very effective, comfortable, relatively easy and practical treatment that has been applied for many years, it can also be an extremely serious and complex procedure. Before starting the implant treatment, treatment planning should be done by a specialist doctor, the patient should be checked, and the treatment process should definitely not be started without these procedures. Otherwise, dental implant treatments, which are extremely important and sensitive procedures, can put patients in situations that will disturb them or cause bigger problems. Therefore, the planning phase must be done very well.

Inspection and Planning Phase

As we can imagine, the first step among the implant stages to be applied during the treatment is the examination and planning stage. At this stage, as we can easily guess, the patient is examined by a specialist dentist and it is determined whether he is suitable for treatment. At this stage, the type and size of the dental implant treatment to be applied to the patient, or if another treatment is to be applied, is determined.

During the examination, a specialist dentist examines the patient’s gums, the general condition of his teeth, and the relationship between the upper jaw teeth and the lower jaw teeth. These conditions vary from patient to patient, and the treatment method to be chosen for a particular patient should definitely be determined after these procedures are performed. Extremely critical and important features such as the type, number and size of the implants to be placed in the patient’s mouth are determined by a maxillofacial surgeon or a specialist dentist during the examination and treatment phase, which comes first among the implant stages. In this respect, it would not be an exaggeration to say that the examination and planning phase is of vital importance among the implant phases.

Operation Phase

The operation phase, which ranks second among the implant phases, is a phase that defines itself very well with its name, just like the first phase, the examination and planning phase. The operation phase, which comes after the examination and planning phase among the implant phases, is a phase that expresses the operation performed on the tooth, as we can easily understand from its name.

At this stage, the patient, who has passed the necessary examinations and controls and whose planning has been completed in a healthy way, is taken into operation and predetermined and planned implant applications are performed in the mouth, in the necessary areas. This stage may be more difficult, more painful or more painful for some patients and individuals with some oral and dental diseases than others. However, since implant dental treatments are highly effective, advanced, comfortable and practical treatments in general, discomfort such as pain or aches are very rarely encountered during these treatments.

How long does implant treatment take? This can vary from person to person. The reason for this is simple. Implant treatments are treatments applied specifically to the person in general, and the answer to a question such as how long the implant treatment lasts is answered by the patient’s condition and the dimensions of the procedure.

Recovery Phase

During the implant phases, the third one is the healing phase, or the healing process. This stage, like other implant stages, is a very self-explanatory and defining stage. At this stage, in general, patients who have come out of the operation are taken to the recovery process, and although it may vary from patient to patient, there may be some movements that people should practice or some situations that they should definitely avoid.

The recovery phase may vary according to the general health status of the patient, oral and dental health, the size and function of the operation he has undergone. For example, in implant dental applications, ice therapy can be applied to patients during their recovery periods. Ice therapy is based on relieving the pain of the patient by applying ice to the swollen areas of the patient.

But how long does post-implant ice treatment last? The answer to this question can be answered in the same way as before. Since the implant treatment and method applied for each patient are different, the healing processes will also be different, and the duration of the ice treatment applied to these patients during these healing processes will be determined accordingly.