In dental implantology, two main methods are prevalent these days: one of them is the one-phase immediate loading implants and the other one is the conventional two-phase implants. Even though both cases involve implantation, there are significant differences between the two solutions in terms of both technology and implantation.
iliDent The Implantatoogy and Oral Surgery Center specializes in the production of complete dentures and full bridges fixed on implants. This can be a complete oral rehabilitation, but it can be also a complete denture for the lower or upper jaw. Quality Swiss implants and advanced implantology allow complete oral rehabilitation to be completed in 3-5 days!
The implantation based teeth replacement method we recommend can be a perfect solution for those who have only just a few or no teeth at all suitable for prosthetic care. Also for people who are struggling with some level or even significant bone deficiency. Please see our treatments and if you have any questions, we are more than happy to help you.
COMPLETE LOWER OR UPPER JAW, LONG-TERM TEMPORARY DENTURE
Includes the removal of existing but untreatable teeth, the needed number of implants (8-12 ), implantation and long-term, temporary denture fixed on the implants. Dentures are not removable by the patient.
WE ONLY USE GENUINE SWISS IMPLANTS AND IMPLANTATION TECHNOLOGY
COMPLETE LOWER AND UPPER JAW, LONG-TERM TEMPORARY DENTURE
Includes the removal of existing but untreatable teeth, the needed number of implants (16-18), implantation, and long-term, temporary denture fixed on the implants. Dentures are not removable by the patient.
ALL-ON-4 COMPLETE LOWER OR UPPER JAW, PERMANENT DENTURE
Includes the removal of existing but untreatable teeth, implantation of 4 immediate loading multi-unit implants, and permanent denture for the upper or lower jaw. (The price of permanent denture is included.)
COMPARISON OF IMMEDIATE LOADING AND CONVENTIONAL IMPLANTS
PERIOD OF TREATMENT
ONE-PHASE IMMEDIATE LOADING
Usable in case of bone deficiency
In most case 5 working days
Yes, on the 5th day
4-6 months later
In case bone deficiency it’s not possible
After 3 -6 months
It may be necessary
It may be necessary
WHY DO I NEED LONG-TERM TEMPORARY DENTURE?
The long-term temporary denture is needed because after the implantation surgery the gum somewhat deforms, but during the healing period (4-6 months) restores to the original state of the gum, so the permanent denture can be made. Meanwhile, you can use your long-term, temporary denture(s).
The LONG-TERM TEMPORARY DENTURE has to be replaced by the final, so-called PERMANENT DENTURE after about 5-6 months. You can choose either Metal fused porcelain prosthesis or Zirconium prosthesis. See price difference in Prices. It is also important to know that the price of the final (permanent) denture or dentures is not included in the implantation price.
FULL MOUTH RESTORATION
Complete Denture for Lower and Upper Jaw
Fixed on Immediate Loading Implants
Implant specialist oral surgeon
Skilled dental assistant(s)
1st Session: IMPLANTATION
Removal of teeth that are unsuitable for prosthetic care, implantation of the needed number of Immediate Loading Implants, taking Impressions for dentures.
2nd Session: FRAME FITTING
Fitting of the metal frames that are carrying the teeth on the dentures.
3rd Session: DENTURE FITTING
Fitting and adjustment of the long-term, temporary dentures.
4th Session: INSTALLATION
Delivering the long-term, temporary dentures.
5th Session: CHECKUP
Testing and adjustment of the dentures
COMPLETE LOWER OR UPPER DENTURE
COMPLETE LOWER AND UPPER DENTURE
ADVANTAGES OF THE IMMEDIATE LOADING IMPLANTS
- Less expensive than the two-phase, traditional implantation.
- Can be used in case of significant bone deficiency!
- Multi-step, effective pain relief!
- Slight, gentle surgical procedure!
- Complete oral rehabilitation (lower and upper dentures) for up to 5 days!
- Implants can be loaded immediately!
- No 3-6 months bone healing time!
- No need for additional components, the implant is a one-part item!
- Fast healing time, due to insignificant surgical intervention!
- Implantation can begin immediately after tooth extraction.