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Is tooth implantation (single incisor tooth) very painful? How much time usually it takes? Is it really worth and effective? Please also let me know some good hospital in Bangalore, where it could be done. Thanks.

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Is tooth implantation (single incisor tooth) very painful...
with local anaesthesia and pain killer the pain part is almost managed.only thing left is patient is aware of what being done and that might create a little anxiety,depending on type of patient.At time person may not get anxious and remain calm during entire procedure. it may take two month to ten month,that also depend on patient compliance,healing etc. it is definitely worth and effective,esthetic is best part.
Is tooth implantation (single incisor tooth) very painful...
It's a good tt n not very trouble some depending on type of implant it may take upto six months for completion , this site gives name n adds of clinics for implants in ur city
Is tooth implantation (single incisor tooth) very painful...
U need to check for bone density using cbct before going to any implant procedure. Implant procedure is done under local anesthesia no need to worry.
Is tooth implantation (single incisor tooth) very painful...
Tooth implant is divided into three phases a) surgical phase when we place the implant after drilling the bone under local anesthesia. B) this phase is done after three months when we place gingival former to make the gum collar c) after two weeks we take impressions to get the crowns made. It is a good treatment.
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