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In the case of multiple extractions (extraction of more teeth), if the attending physician considers it, temporary teeth can be made for a period of 3 to 6 months. This is recommended to avoid the effect of gum shrinkage as a result of the natural healing process. After this period permanent constructions will be made that will be cemented permanently.
The main visits to complete the treatment are two.
Each case is strictly individual and depends on the type of manipulation.
Yes, with sedation. For more information, please contact us.
According to the protocol, 10 implants are placed on the upper jaw.
As per protocol, 8 implants are placed on the lower jaw.
Yes, if the treating physician considers it.
We work with Italian implants BasalFix.
You will have no pain during the operation because before it local anesthesia will be placed.
You can feel a little bit discomfort that will go away in a couple of hours.
No. Basal implants can be placed immediately after tooth extraction.
Check-ups should be performed on the first week, on the 1st, 3rd, 6th month of treatment. It is recommended to do check-ups every two years.
Our consultation is free of charge.
The panoramic x-ray is an x-ray of the jaws and teeth and can be made in any dental X-ray laboratory.
Yes. We have our own X-ray laboratory.
In the beginning (the first few days, weeks), patients may have a sense of foreign body in the oral cavity. This usually disappears within a few days (up to 1-2 weeks). It does not exist with most of our patients.
Yes. Implants are not recommended for patients under 18 years of age.
No, but if necessary, we will assist you with the organization of your hotel stay.
NURIDENT provides transportation to the clinic before and after the manipulations, as well as from and to the airport.
Classic implants are made of titanium alloys.
We work with Italian implants BasalFix.
Basal implants are one-piece and classic implants are two-piece implants.
A few months.
The implant is placed. After a few months, the crown is placed on top.
Each case is individual, but in a large percentage of cases basal implants are more appropriate.
The procedure in the dental office takes about 45 minutes.
NURIDENT is responsible for the safe course of the procedure, so we want to see our patients at least two consecutive visits to clean and polish the teeth, and then proceed to the whitening procedure.
When whitening the teeth at a dental cabinet, the effect is visible at the moment, but it depends a lot from the initial color that the patient had before the procedure. The end result depends on the permeability of the enamel to the whitening particles in the gel.
No. Slight sensitivity may occur during and after the procedure, which disappears completely within a few hours.
Multiple caries; Diseases related to the underdevelopment of tooth tissues (stains, defects and other non-carious lesions of the tooth); Gum disease; Reduced oral hygiene; Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Almost all types of coloring are susceptible to bleaching, but to varying degrees. For example, yellowish teeth are whitened more easily than grayish teeth.
The effect of whitening usually lasts for about 2-3 years, and it can be sustained with home-whitening mouthguard while also following the "white diet" and good oral hygiene.
Sometimes sensitivity may occur, but you should not worry, this sensitivity is short-lived and fades away pretty quickly.
A permanent white smile that does not change over the years can only be reached with veneers or crowns.
No. Only natural teeth can be whitened.
Ceramic veneers are a thin layer of porcelain (can be made using different technologies) that is fixed on the front surface of the teeth with or without filing the surface layer of enamel.
About two weeks.
One of the major advantages of veneers is that it is a minimally invasive technique that allows the patient to achieve a brilliant and harmonious smile in the short term.
The veneers are applicable in the following cases: Distance between teeth (diastema, three); Teeth with short clinical crowns; Teeth with cracks or fractures; Teeth with anomalies in the shape and size of the tooth crown; Discolored or darkened teeth.
The ceramic crown reproduce the natural dental anatomy by wrapping the entire visible part of the tooth equally and corresponds to the natural tooth by shape, color and thickness.
Ceramic casing and partial crowns are applicable aesthetically and functionally in the following cases: broken teeth or those with large restorations (restorations); Decayed teeth; Teeth with large discolored restorations; To maintain the strength of the tooth after endodontic treatment.
There are 3 types of ceramic crowns - fully ceramic (no metal),ceramic fused to metal (combined), zirconium and ceramic (combined).
All-ceramic bridges replace the missing tooth. The porcelain tooth (in place of the missing tooth) is connected to two adjacent crowns.
The IPS e.max system allows patients to receive extremely aesthetic restorations combined with great functional strength. Fully ceramic structures are both biocompatible and highly aesthetic
Zirconium crowns and bridges are a kind of non-metallic construction. They are made of a material based on zirconium oxide. Zirconium is subjected to milling (computerized machining), which ensures precise construction accuracy.
The main advantages of zirconium structures are: Optimal strength and resistance to fracture; Exceptional aesthetics; Biocompatibility (No allergic reactions, as with metals.); There is no dark coloration of the gingiva; Low thermal conductivity.
The bonding procedure recovers broken / broken tooth elements, most commonly the cutting edge of the front tooth, cracks, discoloration, change in shape, size of teeth, extension of the cutting edge, respectively, the entire length of the tooth, closing distance between the front teeth.
No, the procedure is performed under local anesthesia (local anesthesia).
Specific indications for the removal of wisdom tooth have been identified, and its presence in the oral cavity is not an indication. A common reason for the removal of a wisdom tooth are the complications that they can or may cause in the future.
Wisdom tooth extraction is performed after a careful evaluation of the clinical situation, followed by complete analgesia of the treated area. Minimal traumatic extraction is a priority, as it is a very important factor for the healing process.
There is pain when placing the anesthesia due to the prick, and the procedure itself is painless for the patient. There may be pain after surgery, which is strictly individual. We will prescribe the right medication.
Any surgery involves risks and this is perfectly normal. Everything is strictly individual and depends on the anatomical features of the patient - the location and shape of the wisdom tooth, if it is situated next to important structures such as nerves, vessels, sinuses and more. We will inform you of any possible complication, what is the likelihood of it developing in this case and how we could avoid it.
Surgery can take place with or without removal of the teeth associated with the formation.
In the case of vertical bone deficiency in the distal (lateral) sections of the upper jaw, the dental implant placement is preceded or done simultaneously while raising the sinus floor.
Denture with clasps(partial) denture with locators, Denture with metal framework, Valplast denture, Plastic denture.
About 2 weeks .
Endodontic treatment is a procedure that aims eliminating infection from the root canals.
Symptoms characteristic of pulp infections are: Night and throbbing pain; Sensitivity to hot and cold (which persists after removal of the irritant); Irradiating pain; It is difficult for the patient to determine which tooth is experiencing pain and the patients feels it higher.
Symptoms characteristic of periodontitis are: Constant and throbbing pain; Percussion (chewing pain); The patient can easily locate where exactly the tooth is experiencing pain.
Endodontic treatment takes four major steps. Learn more about them here.
Endodontic treatment can be performed in one or more visits, depending on the complexity of the inflammatory process. Local anesthesia is used during the treatment to ensure maximum patient comfort.
If the tooth is completely healed, no changes are observed on X-rays and the patient has no symptoms. However, after treatment, reinfection may occur. In such cases, the tooth remains sensitive or has periapical changes (granulomas).
Lack of treatment for pulpitis (inflammatory process of the dental pulp) can lead to inflammatory process of bone, soft tissues and sinus and abscess.
Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gingival tissue (gums) which often occurs when oral hygiene is poor. This type of disease is completely treatable and is the most common oral problem.
The main symptoms of gingivitis are inflamed, red and bleeding gums, gum withdrawal, bad breath (halitosis). Other symptoms of gingivitis may include sensitive teeth, chewing pain, tooth loss, and gums removal.
Treatment for gingivitis is complex. It depends on the patient's proper oral hygiene and, of course, the doctor who will professionally clean the plaque and tartar deposits.
Periodontitis is a bacterial infection that affects the surrounding tissues - gingiva, periodontium and bone. If left untreated, progressive bone loss leads to moving teeth and tooth loss.
Red, edematous and sensitive gingiva; Availability of periodontal pockets; Bone loss; Bleeding when brushing teeth, using dental floss and eating; Gingival recession leading to lengthening of the clinical crown of the teeth (look longer; Presence of pus; Bad breath; Change in occlusion (bite) and position of denture structures; Mobility of teeth.
Diagnosis of periodontitis is performed by: Drilling, Dental test; Orthopantomography (X-ray) and intraoral images;
The treatment of periodontitis requires several stages and patient cooperation. If properly treated, the process can be stationary and stop further bone loss. You can learn more here.
This is a routine procedure that involves the removal of plaque and calculus, which over time accumulate on the dental surfaces. Two types of tools are used to clean the tartar, and then the tooth surfaces are polished.
There are two types of curettage - open and closed curettage. The purpose of closed curettage is to clean the periodontal pocket and is performed with the help of special tools called curettes.
In the absence of treatment, periodontitis leads to decay of the roots of the teeth (recession). The mobility of the teeth appears, the distances between them increase, three and diastema form, the teeth move. This further aggravates the course of the disease, and if no action is taken again, its progression leads to tooth loss.
Tooth decay is the most common disease. It destroys hard dental tissues by frequent acid attacks, extracting calcium ions from the enamel and subsequently decomposing the crystal structure.
Existence of dental plaque and excessive consumption of sugary foods and beverages.
The symptoms of tooth decay are diverse, depending on the stage of the course. Symptoms may be compulsory (change in enamel color and tooth transparency) and concomitant (pain from irritants such as sweet, cold, warm, bad breath and gum bleeding.)
It is necessary for the dentist to perform a comprehensive examination of the dental surfaces. Large tooth decays can often be seen even with the naked eye, but small lesions are difficult to identify. X-ray (tooth photo) is also commonly used in the diagnosis of tooth decay.
The treatment of tooth decay and its complications depends on the stage of the tooth decay process and takes place in two main stages. Stage one - removal of tissues damaged by caries. Second stage - disinfectants and sealing.
There are several types of obturations: Composite fillings, Glass ionomer fillings, Inlays / Onlays, and more. More information can be found here.
If the caries is not treated in time, serious complications can occur, as tooth decay deepens and covers the lower layers. This can lead to periodontitis, pulpitis, bone abscess and more.
The dental implants are made of titanium.
Yes, basal implants can be placed even if you suffer from diabetes.
Yes, basal implants can be placed even if you are a smoker.
Yes, basal implants are very suitable for people who suffer from periodontitis.
yes, the methodology of basal implantology is especially suitable for cases like this.
The price comes in a package, that's why we first need to analyze your individual clinical case. Please, send us your panoramic X-ray at [email protected]
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The treatment takes 3 days.
It depends on the number of dental implants and the crown every person needs. You can check the price here
The prices are varied. For per implant in the UK, the cost is between 1200- 4000 euros. But you can make it less if you choose a dental tour in Bulgaria. The prices are affordable for patients from all around the world, and health-insured patients can recoup some of the amounts of treatment in their native country. The good balance between price and quality makes Bulgaria a top destination for dental tourism.
During the manipulation, patients do not feel any pain, as the procedure is performed under local anesthesia.
yes, the dental implant we use here is made of titanium, which is biocompatible with the human body.
A part of the cost is for the Materials. Besides, the quality of the material is matter and should be biocompatible. Another reason for the cost is as a result of the country and city that a clinic held. That's why if you choose Bulgaria as a destination for your dental tourism, the cost will decrease significantly due to the affordable price in Nurident, Bulgaria.
Your smile can be restored only in 3 days (one visit in Bulgaria). You can find more information here
Dental implants have a number of advantages over removable dentures. The first reason to choose a treatment with dental implants instead of placing removable dentures is the comfort you will feel
Yes, it could be.
Yes, they are lifetime and have guaranty. But the most important part is who load the implants and the flowing prostatic protocol and good hygiene. You must find a professional implantologist.
The dental implant replaces the root of one or more missing teeth. After the prosthetics with crowns, the masticatory function (chewing) will be restored.
If the patient has no teeth after loading an implant and prothesis, your face will be younger and will lift
Yes, but you should notice that the dentures are not as comfortable as dental implants.
Your smile can be restored only in 3 days (one visit in Bulgaria). You can find more information here
Yes, but same your natural teeth, you should take care of them.
for sure NO
No, the prices are fixed, and nothing will add.
Comparing what you are earning is not expensive, plus you can decrease your prices by choosing Bulgaria as your dental tourism destination.
It differs in each case. The success of these dental implants depends on the general health of the patient, the condition of the tissues in the oral cavity, and whether the process of osseointegration has been successful (do not overload the implants). Classical dental implants may not help in all cases, especially in patients with severe periodontitis, large bone loss, or simply in cases where the patient wants to regain his masticatory function more quickly. Such cases can be treated with immediate bi-cortical dental implants (basal implants).
There are different types of dental implants - two-part (classical) and one-part (basal and compressive).
It is so important to find an experienced Implantologists. Also, the prostatic protocol is so important. Besides, you should take care of it like your natural teeth. It can happen sometimes with classic implants, but the bi-cortical dental implants never fall.
Contrary to conventional implants (classic implants) where the gum has to be cut for the implant to be placed, the method for basal implants is different – a surgical opening of the gum is not required. Basal implants are inserted into the cortical jawbone (hard jawbone) with the help of a fire drill, and that way the whole procedure is minimally invasive and leaves no risk of infections and other complications.
The percentage of basal implants that don’t integrate is only 1%, the remaining 99% of placed basal implants integrate well from day one. In contrast, the reasons for non-integration of conventional implants (classic implants) are multiple: 1. After the placement of classic implants, there is a shrinking of the gums (this is a normal physiological reaction). This way the implant can get uncovered and visible, plaque starts to build up on it, which leads to infections and implant failure. 2. The second reason for the failure of a classic implant is the premature loading of the abutment and the crown. The osseointegration period of classic implants is 3-6 months, and during this time, the patients should follow a special diet. 3. The placement protocol of an implant can also be the cause of the failure of a conventional implant.