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Dental Implants surgery is a surgical procedure where an implant is placed below the gum and inside the bone, with the aim of replacing a tooth with stability similar or even superior to that of the natural lost, obtaining an anchorage for the mobile dental prosthesis, get the bone of the jaws to maintain its function and not lose volume by resorption

The dental implants procedure is carried out in two phases:

The first phase in which a screw or sheet is fixed to the bone using special strawberries in order to create an artificial bed for the implant.

the dentist will perform this phase in the next steps:

1.- Evaluation and analysis of bone structure where the implant will be placed.

2.- The implant placement surgery

3.- Postoperative control

4.- Placement of the prosthetic abutment on the implant.

In this phase there is a risk that the patient does not have enough bone to place the implant. It could be as simple as adding bone or membrane in the same procedure and we just add the materials used, or there has to be an extra phase to build up the bone before we can place an implant.

In the second phase (at least three months later) when the bone and the screw are integrated, a pillar is placed on them to later receive the prosthetic attachments.

The patient must rest for 3 days which he will need to take some analgesic medication, anti-inflammatory and postoperative antibiotic that the doctor will prescribe him after the procedure.