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The Implant Dentist in Chicago Answers Your FAQ, PART 2

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Welcome back to our three-part FAQ guide on dental implants in which we speak to an implant dentist in Chicago about your primary concerns and questions. In our last article installment, we looked at what dental implants are, how they work, where you can get them placed, how long implant procedures take and whether or not they hurt (they don’t). In this article, the second installment of the series, we shall continue to address more of your common questions and concerns, beginning with…


FAQ # 5: Can dental implants be used to replace removable dentures?


An Implant Dentist in Chicago Answers: Absolutely! In fact, there is a relatively new treatment for people who have lost most or all of their teeth, or who wear removable dentures, and it’s called the “All-On-4”. This revolutionary dental implant protocol is designed to be able to provide edentulous (toothless) and near-edentulous patients with a brand new set of non-removable teeth. More impressively, it’s able to do this in as little as a single day, with a single appointment.


Implant dentists in Chicago recommend the “All-On-4” to patients in need of new teeth because the benefits it offers in terms of smile aesthetics, bite function and overall quality of life simply cannot be rivaled by traditional teeth replacement techniques, such as removable dentures (partial and full).


FAQ # 6: How long is the recovery period for the “All-On-4”?


A Teeth Implants Specialist in Chicago Answers: You will get your new teeth straightaway, but you might experience some localized sensitivity around the implant site/s in the day/s following your treatment. This is totally natural, as your gums will be healing around the newly placed implants. Implant dentists in Chicago generally recommend that patients take a few days off from work to recover and get used to the feel of their new teeth; however, many return to work the very next day!


Ultimately, it comes down to what you feel comfortable with. Remember to steer clear of demanding activities and strenuous exercise! In order to give your new teeth a good start to healing, you should drink plenty of water, eat healthily, avoid alcohol and tobacco and rest up.


FAQ # 7: Is anyone a candidate for dental implants?


An Implant Dentist in Chicago Answers: If your jaw is fully developed and healthy, there is no reason for you to not be a candidate for dental implants. There are only a few very rare cases where patients cannot be considered for teeth replacement using this technology. Usually they present with complicating medical conditions that put them at risk when undergoing surgery or they do not contain sufficient bone volume in the jaw. This can be remedied with bone grafting surgery.


FAQ # 8: What if another dentist has told me that I’m not a candidate?


A Teeth Implants Specialist in Chicago Answers: Dental implants can be used to treat almost 100% of tooth loss cases. In the absence of complicating medical conditions, it might be worthwhile to get a second opinion. Choose a Chicago dentist with experience and one with special qualifications and training in placing implants; as he or she will be far more equipped to find a creative working solution for you, even if your case is more complex.


Stay Tuned for Part 3


To read more FAQ about teeth implants in Chicago, stay tuned for the final installment of this three-part article series.

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