FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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The need for dental implantation under general anesthesia must indicate to us as soon as possible, but at the latest when making the appointment. For general anesthesia, it is necessary to have laboratory + EKG tests done.
There are two options for this
1. You must inform your general practitioner that you will have dental treatment under general anesthesia, which requires a laboratory and EKG examination. It’s, in most cases, free.
2. The CMC Déli Klinika, with whom we have a contract, is close to our clinic, so they perform the necessary examinations at a discounted price. The lab is HUF 7,500, and the EKG is HUF 6,500; these are the current prices at the time of writing. Let us know if you need the latter option, and we will make an appointment for you. We will tell you the current fees when making an appointment.
If your dentist has no experience in implant treatment, ask them to recommend one. You must know the difference between a one-phase immediate loading implant and the traditional two-phase implant! The other tangible option is the internet, where you can find the right implant dentist after careful and persistent research.
We specialize exclusively in one-phase implant and implantation, including immediate loading implant-based oral rehabilitation. Our implantologists have more than ten years of theoretical and practical knowledge and experience in one-phase implant-based oral rehabilitation treatment.
For our patients arriving by plane from abroad, we provide taxi service from the airport to the accommodation and from the housing to the airport. This service of ours is FREE; if you want it, it must request at the time of registration or during the advance appointment.
Yes, it is possible! The implantation is painless, even with local anesthesia. At the same time, tooth implantation without absolute pain and discomfort is possible under anesthesia. One-phase implant-based oral rehabilitation is always performed under general anesthesia. The cost of anesthesia is included in the implantation package price!
Yes, it is possible. In most cases, we complete one-phase implant-based oral rehabilitation and long-term temporary denture(s) in up to 5 working days. The advantage of immediately loaded implant-based dentures is not only the quickness. Perhaps an even more significant advantage is that one-phase implant placement is possible even in bone deficiency cases that do not exceed a certain degree. Another notable advantage is that the long-term temporary denture(s) is fixed on the implants.
While the fee for the first consultation with most dentists ranges from HUF 9,000 to HUF 30,000, our personal consultation is free! The talk includes an X-ray, an examination of the oral cavity and teeth, and the preparation of a price offer and a treatment plan. At the same time, let us emphasize that personal consultation is a two-way promise. We promise that our institute is available to the patient and that the patient will attend the consultation, and we expect that.
There are two types of implantation prices: package price and individual implant price. We use a package price calculation, where not every material used and the work phase is priced. Still, based on the average total cost, we apply a carefully calculated package price free of hidden charges. This solution excludes all misunderstandings, mistakes, and confusion related to the initial cost. The complete treatment’s name = the entire treatment’s price. When writing, the one-phase implant-based oral rehabilitation (implant + general anesthesia + implantation + long-term temporary denture) costs HUF 2,000,000 for the lower jaw. You may find the current prices at all times here.
There are two implant families and implantation methods known today. One is the traditional two-phase implant and the other is the one-phase immediate loading implant.
The main benefits of the one-phase implant
A one-phase implant is implantable in a single phase. Consequently, the implantation of an implant is a single intervention. The one-phase implant is loadable immediately. That means that the long-term temporary denture made after implant placement attachable to the implants. The one-phase implant has other positive features. See it later.
There are several significant differences between the two implant families. The most important of these are the following.
– The one-phase implant occurs in a single phase. The two-phase implantation occurs in two steps. Consequently, the implantation of an implant is a single intervention.
– The one-phase implant is loadable immediately. It, among other things, means that the long-term temporary denture(s) we make after implant placement can attach to the implants. It is not the case with two-phase.
– The one-phase implant consists of a single piece. That makes implantation easier, and the time spent on implantation is shorter.
– The one-phase implant is implantable not only in the tooth bone but also in the jaw bone. This type of implant is implantable in case of bone deficiency. Two-phase is not.
– The one-phase implant is implantable perpendicularly and at a different angle. It is essential in the case of bone deficiency because it enables one to obtain the most suitable bone tissue. There is no such possibility with two-phase.
– The use of a one-phase implant – due to the reasons listed so far – most likely makes bone replacement unnecessary
Almost all dental treatments are performable with local anesthesia, even implant placement. However, there are cases when the treatment is recommended to perform under general anesthesia, such as one-phase implant-based oral rehabilitation. Replacing one or several teeth with immediate loading implants is almost always performed under local anesthesia. In such cases, effective pain relief is achievable even without general anesthesia since it is a relatively short time and a specific small area of the oral cavity.
The situation is entirely different when the intervention affects the entire oral cavity, such as in the case of one-phase implant-based oral rehabilitation. General anesthesia becomes necessary for two main reasons.
1. The entire oral cavity is affected. In the case of oral rehabilitation with one-phase implants, the whole oral cavity is involved, the upper, lower, or both teeth and jawbone. That means such a large area that complete and adequate pain relief is almost impossible with local anesthesia. However, total pain relief is significant for the success of the dental implant and the patient’s sense of comfort.
2. Long-term intervention. Another reason why we perform oral rehabilitation under general anesthesia is that it is a relatively long-term operation. The long time for full mouth rehabilitation can be up to four hours or even longer. With local anesthesia for such a long time, effective pain relief is hardly possible, if at all. It is the second main reason oral rehabilitation with one-phase implants is performed almost exclusively under general anesthesia. The implantation package price includes the cost of anesthesia.
You can pay by bank card, cash, or Health Fund card (we have contracts with almost all health funds). We provide an invoice for every payment in Hungarian, English, or German, as desired!
The satisfaction of our patients is essential to us, not only regarding the treatment but also the general treatment. Therefore, we are serious about fulfilling all possible requests of our patients within the legal framework.
You can park in the streets around the clinic. The other option is an underground garage that locates about 100 meters away. You can find out more about the parking zones near the surgery here.
No. Dental implant-based tooth replacement treatment can only perform by a specialized, trained, and experienced implantologist oral surgeon. This type of dental replacement requires special skills, knowledge, and a lot of practice.
Almost! Implants last as long as the quality of your bone. That means dental implants last a lifetime.
It is essential to know the difference between an immediate loading one-phase implant and a traditional two-phase implant and implantation. One-phase implantation occurs in a single phase and is usable in case of a bone deficiency that does not exceed a certain level. It is also important that the long-term temporary denture(s), which we complete within five working days after the implantation, is attached to the implants. You can read many posts about this topic on the ARTICLE page of our website.
The price of a one-phase implant-based oral rehabilitation package price is carefully calculated and created, free of hidden costs, almost always lower than the price per element. The implantation package price includes the following.
– Free, personal consultation with the implantologist oral surgeon.
– CT and panoramic X-ray.
– Detailed examination of the oral cavity, with particular regard to the condition of the bones.
– Consultation with the anesthesiologist before anesthesia.
– General anesthesia.
– Removal of teeth unsuitable for prosthetic care.
– One-phase implant implantation.
– Sampling for long-term temporary y denture(s).
– The making of a long-term, temporary denture(s).
– The long-term temporary denture(s) fixation on the one-phase implants. The denture(s) are fixed, not removable by the patient.
– The necessary control tests.
It is necessary to wait approximately six months between implantation and making the permanent denture(s). The price of the implant placement has not contained the cost of the permanent denture(s). We recommend making the permanent denture within a year.
The making of the permanent denture(s)
– Free, personal consultation with the implantologist who performed the implant placement.
– Panoramic X-ray.
– A thorough examination of the oral cavity, with particular regard to the condition of the implants.
– Sampling for the permanent denture(s).
– Preparation of the permanent porcelain denture(s). The permanent denture is fixed and not removable by the patient, similar to the long-term temporary denture.
– The necessary control tests.
BEFORE & AFTER
One-phase dental implantation
– Consultation with the implantologist oral surgeon – Detailed examination of the oral cavity – General anesthesia – Removal of teeth unsuitable for prosthetic care – Implantation of the necessary number of the one-phase implant – Preparation of long-term, temporary denture(s).
The making of the permanent denture(s)
– Personal consultation – Oral examination – Preparation of permanent porcelain or denture(s).