Are Dental Implants Painful?
Are Dental Implants Painful? Dental implants are becoming popular, with patients in Milton Keynes, to those who are looking for a solution that is practical and aesthetically pleasing when replacing lost or decayed teeth.
However, many patients can worry that either the procedure itself will be painful, or that they may experience pain after.
This is completely understandable, but many of the horror stories surrounding dental procedures will normally date back to the days of old.
Easier Than Having a Tooth Taken Out
It’s fair to say that any dental procedure will often carry some form of discomfort, but it’s a far cry from the pain so many expect when having dental implants.
Not everyone will have had to have a tooth removed, but its safe to assume that many people have some form of experience. This is another dental procedure which can worry people but often find that there was little to worry about.
Having a dental implant is much easier than removing a tooth and as the jawbone is used, there are no nearby nerves that can cause pain.
If you’re keen to have dental surgery undertaken, but you’re still concerned or anxious about the procedure, then it can be a good idea to speak to our implant dentist, Dr Sukal Verma in advance.
To ensure the dental implant procedure is pleasant and pain-free, we offer IV sedation to help our clients relax whilst enjoying the feeling that they can say goodbye to missing teeth and gaps.
Are Dental Implants Painful? Will There Be Pain Following the Procedure?
Some may not worry about the procedure itself but worry that the work itself will be painful on the jaw for some time to come.
Although any dental procedure will mean a level of discomfort, this is often manageable. Should the pain be overwhelming, then painkillers may be needed for a few days, but the dentist carrying out the surgery will know what the best approach is following the surgery.
Considering Dental Implants?
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