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How long does full dental implants take?

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  • The process of getting full dental implants typically spans several months and involves several stages. Initially, the dentist assesses the patient's oral health and creates a treatment plan. This includes extracting any remaining teeth if necessary and preparing the jawbone for implant placement through procedures like bone grafting or sinus lifts. After the jawbone heals, usually over a few months, titanium implant posts are surgically placed into the bone. Following another healing period to allow the full dental implants stoke on trent with the jawbone (osseointegration), abutments are attached to the implants. Finally, custom-made artificial teeth are securely affixed to the abutments, completing the process. The entire timeline can vary depending on individual healing times and specific treatment requirements, but typically ranges from several months to over a year for full integration and restoration.

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