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Immediate dental implantation is one of the modern techniques that has revolutionized the field of dentistry. It enables patients to instantly regain their beautiful smile and tooth functions, without the need to wait for a long period as in traditional dental implant treatment.

Immediate Dental Implantation is a surgical procedure aimed at replacing missing teeth with new artificial teeth in the same surgical session. This is done by securing artificial roots in the jawbone using special materials after removing damaged or missing teeth.

Immediate Dental Implantation is characterized by providing an instant installation of new teeth, and there is no need to wait for a long period as in traditional dental implant treatment.

Immediate Dental Implantation can be an ideal option for people who want to regain their smile and tooth functions quickly and effectively.

Immediate Dental Implantation is performed by a specialized dentist in this type of treatment. The procedure consists of several steps, including:


  1.  Diagnosis: The condition of the jaw and teeth is verified using X-rays and necessary tests.


  1.  Removal of old teeth: If there are damaged or missing teeth, they are removed by the dentist.


  1.  Jaw preparation: The jaw is prepared to attach the artificial roots by drilling the root area and widening the hole so that the artificial root can be properly stabilized.


  1.  Placement of artificial roots: The artificial roots are fixed in the jaw using special materials that help concentrate and stabilize the root in place.


  1.  Placement of artificial teeth: After fixing the artificial roots, the artificial teeth are placed on the artificial root using special materials.


Many people can be candidates for immediate dental implantation, but it depends on the condition of their mouth and teeth, as well as other medical factors they may have. Generally, immediate dental implantation is suitable for people who have:


  1.  Lost one or more teeth, whether due to infection, injury, or aging.


  1.  Large cavities or severe damage to natural teeth that cannot be treated.


  1.  Loose or worn teeth in the jaw due to aging.


  1.  A need to replace artificial teeth that require replacement after a short period.


Immediate Dental Implant surgery requires certain health conditions to minimize the risks associated with surgery and ensure the optimal success of the procedure. These conditions include:


  1.  No infections or inflammation in the mouth or teeth.


  1.  No medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or respiratory issues.


  1.  No blood clotting problems, which can negatively affect the healing process.


  1. Adequate bone mass in the upper and lower jaw to securely anchor the implants.


  1.  No history of allergic reactions or negative reactions to local or general anesthesia.


It is important for the dentist to conduct a comprehensive examination of the mouth and teeth and a health analysis of the individual concerned to determine whether immediate dental implant surgery is suitable for them and to identify the necessary health conditions required to perform the procedure safely and successfully.

An Immediate Dental Implant procedure is typically done in a single session and takes approximately two to four hours, after the necessary medical examination has been performed and the suitability for immediate implantation has been confirmed.


Usually, the patient may experience some pain and swelling in the treated jaw area during the first few days after the procedure, but these symptoms can be relieved with medication prescribed by the dentist. The patient can return to normal daily activities after a short period.

Immediate Dental Implant surgery requires adherence to specific instructions before the procedure, including:


  1.  Eating light meals at least four hours before surgery and avoiding heavy meals for 8 hours before.


  1.  Avoiding smoking and any tobacco products for 24 hours before the procedure.


  1.  Avoiding alcohol for 24 hours before the procedure.


  1.  Informing the doctor of any medications you are taking and ensuring the doctor's approval to continue taking them or stop them before the procedure.


  1.  Avoiding aggressive tooth cleaning before the procedure.


It is important to strictly follow the doctor's instructions to reduce the risks associated with the surgery and achieve the best possible outcome.


After undergoing immediate dental implant surgery, some instructions should be followed for wound care and maintaining oral health, including:


  1.  Avoid eating or drinking for a period ranging from two to four hours after surgery, and only consume soft and liquid foods.


  1.  Avoid biting or chewing on the wound and avoid soft and sticky foods that can stick to the wound.


  1.  Avoid smoking and consuming nicotine-containing products for 24 hours after surgery.


  1.  Use ice wrapped in a soft towel on the cheek near the wound to reduce swelling and pain.


  1.  Avoid consuming alcoholic, hot, cold, and carbonated beverages.


  1.  Stay away from touching the wound with the tongue or fingers.


  1.  Maintain oral hygiene by gently cleaning teeth after surgery and avoiding the area adjacent to the wound.


The patient should also follow the doctor's instructions on taking prescribed medications correctly and report any problems or changes that occur after surgery.

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