Having a partial or full denture can affect a person´s life. Dentures need to be removed before sleep, become loose very often and are not very stable. Patients with dentures often have problems with speech or eating. Dental implants offer a safe and permanent solution for all these denture problems.
Dental implant treatment in Slovakia
Before his first visit at our dental clinic, patient Alan had partial dentures for the upper and lower jaw. He works in the UK at a post office and he deals with customers daily.
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At the beginning of his first visit to Piešťany dental clinic, he had a consultation appointment with Dr Marek. The doctor suggested All on 6 dental implants treatment for him. In order to place the dental implants bone graft on his upper jaw was needed. We made all necessary X rays and CT scans and started the treatment on the second day of his visit. The doctor took 2 Alan´s remaining teeth out, made bone graft and successfully put 6 dental implants to Alan´s upper jaw. The doctor put on each dental implant healing abutment and temporary dental crowns were provided also.
On the third day of Alan´s visit, we continued the treatment with his lower jaw. After extraction of 6 Alan´s teeth Dr Marek put 6 dental implants to patient´s lower jaw. The surgery took 4 hours in the dental chair and stage 1 of All on 6 procedure for both jaws was completed. After quick after-surgery check up on the next day Alan flew back to the UK.
The patient came back in 3 months. His dental implants were safely healed with his bone and we were able to take impressions. Thanks to the impressions our dental technicians made Alan´s final dental bridges.
Our dental laboratory is right at our Piešťany clinic. Having a dental laboratory at the same building as the dental clinic allows doctors and dental technicians to work closely together to achieve perfect dental results for our patients.
On the third visit, we finished Alan´s dental treatment. We removed temporary dental crowns and put 14 porcelain dental crowns to the patient´s upper jaw and 14 dental crowns to his lower jaw.
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“Article was medically reviewed by Dr. Marek Šalka “