Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions



Q: Are there risks with dental implants treatment?

A: Of course there are risks like with any medical procedure. It is particularly important to be mindful of the lower jaw nerve in the lower lateral tooth area. In the upper jaw lateral tooth area one should consider the maxillary sinus. However, with good planning and implementation the risks during the procedure tend to be very low. In any case we always tailor the risk analysis and procedural education in the ThermalDent to individual examination results of our patients.

 

Q: I am a smoker. Can I still get implants?

A: There are studies showing that complications and implant loss during the healing time of an implant is 4 times more likely with smokers than with non-smokers. Still, implants can be successfully set also with smokers. How important smoking is for you given the health risks is up to you.

 

Q: How should implants be cleaned?

A: Take care of the implants the same way you take care of your natural teeth. Daily brushing and flossing are most important. Regular dental examination, check-ups are also recommended.

 

Q: How is Teeth in a Day different from a denture?

A: The Teeth in a Day Procedure provides patients with new teeth that are firmly fixed in place, and look and function as close to natural teeth as possible.

 

About us

Our clinic is comprised of a highly professional and specialized team providing services designed for your maximal satisfaction. The words “thermal” and “dental” demonstrate our brand name as well as our professional commitment to quality care. Our services include top of the line equipment, skills, organization and full service accommodations for all our dignified clients. These are the foundations of ThermalDent!
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Basic dental care, dental care, oral surgery, school dentistry.

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Case studies

37 years old female patient with congenitally missing two upper first premorals. Treatment:  Placement of two implants with two abutment crowns.

 

65 years old male patient’s central and lateral incisors was rehabilitated with a bridge 17 years ago which does not fit properly. Treatment: Single crowns on three implants. Placement of three implants with zirconium abutment crowns.