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Dental taxi service

We ensure the transfer from Vienna (Austria) and Bratislava (Slovakia) airport free of charge. Our driver will wait you with you name at the exit and transfers you to your accomodation. We also ensure the taxi between the dentistry and the accomodation free of charge.

What are the advantages of a tooth implant?

The advantages of the implants are obvious. It gives back the feeling of a safe and comfortable bite, ensuring an easy intake of food and a confident smile. Several satisfied patients report the perfect functional and aesthetical value of the implanted tooth replacements, especially when fully toothless jawbones. In this case we can not reach such a strong mandible force and stability with a perfectly prepared full denture, as if we ensures the stability of the denture with implants.

What are the steps of a tooth implant treatment?

After preparing a panorama X-ray that represents both the lower and upper jawbones and after the examination of the clinical anatomy of the mouth, the dentist will prepare the most adequate treatment plan according to your demands. After the anaesthesia we make the bone surface of the concerned jawbone free. The bone-bed that takes in the implant will be prepared here. After this we will insert the screws and stitch the gingival above. The whole procedure take 30-90 minutes, the operation itself takes 15 minutes per implants. The eventual discomfort and pain after the treatment are not worse than after a normal tooth extraction. It is annoying that the removal of the stitching comes after 10 days and during this period you can not wear any removable denture.

Can i get an implant when i dont have any teeth?

The inserted tooth implants are made of the most tissue-friendly agent that are available nowadays. The screw itself is made of pure titanium, and a special coating makes it possible for the screw to establish a stable contact with the bone. Our odontologists will propose the most adequate tooth implant for you after evaluating your individual nature.

What are tooth implants made off?

A dental implant is a titanium metal rod which is placed into the jawbone. It is used to support one or more false teeth. In practice, both the false teeth and their supporting rod are known as ‘implants’. Our dental surgeon will judge which implanttyp should be used in your case

Important advices after the implantation:

Do not consume dairy products for couple of days (The bacteria in milk can infect the wound)
Do not suck or rinse the place of the wound. You can brush your other teeth as usual.
Take the antibiotic according to the dentist’s advice. In case side effects arise, you have to change the antibiotic.
The stitching should be removed after 7-10 days, otherwise it can be infected.
You have to embrocate and cool your chin where the implant is, otherwise it can be swelled. If the ice-bag is melted, you have to cool it also at home, however it is important not to cool it with frozen thing, but only with cold one.

During the healing period the bone will grow onto the surface of the implant, ensuring its stability. All this happen invisible – beyond the gingiva. After the healing period (3-4 months) is over, we clean the implant and start to prepare the necessary framework (crown, bridge or denture) which is made up also from medical and dental work-phases, as a traditional tooth replacement.

When is the tooth crown recommended?

The first and most common case is when a larger part of the tooth is decayed or it has amalgam filling and after removing the filling only a few tooth material remains. Another point can be aesthetic. Tooth crown is recommended also at smaller tooth deformation, or at stronger discolouring. The third possibility comes when you lose one tooth and do not want an implant. In this case we crown the neighbouring teeth, thus the two crowns can hold the so-called bridge which replaces the missing tooth.

How long do I have to wait after a tooth extraction if I would like an implant?
If the place of the tooth is not inflamed, and the wound is not too big after the extraction, then 6-8 weeks waiting is enough, however if the situation is not that optimal, then the waiting is 3 months.
When is the tooth crown recommended?

The first and most common case is when a larger part of the tooth is decayed or it has amalgam filling and after removing the filling only a few tooth material remains.
Another point can be aesthetic. Tooth crown is recommended also at smaller tooth deformation, or at stronger discolouring.
The third possibility comes when you lose one tooth and do not want an implant. In this case we crown the neighbouring teeth, thus the two crowns can hold the so-called bridge which replaces the missing tooth.

Do you have any further question?

In case you have any further questions, would like to book an appointment, or interested in our prices,
please contact us by mail or by phone.
Our colleagues will answer all your questions with pleasure!

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