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What to Do and What Not to Do After Dental Implant Surgery

Nowadays dental implants are standard option for those who have a missing tooth or teeth. Despite the fact, many people still are hesitating and have second thoughts when dental implant surgery comes up as a possibility to replace missing teeth. Dental implants – just like any other surgical procedure – require attention, proper care and maintenance from both the patient and the dentist. The main differences are a much shorter recovery time and hospital stay if it is applicable. Here you can read a short writing what to do and what not to do after surgery. 


DO learn as much as you can about the proper maintenance of dental implant

The more you know about implant surgery and proper maintenance, the longer period of time you'll have without discomfort or other problems. Despite the long discussion that your dentist will have with you, if there are any further questions you have, don't be afraid to ask.


DON'T rush the recovery, be patient

Just like with most surgical procedures, it is important not to be impatient. You need a certain amount of time to rest and recover from dental implant surgery. Plan ahead and make sure to have time for at least a week of rest after the implant placement. That will give you enough time to recover and settle in with your new teeth before going back to your daily routine


DO eat properly, maintain a nutritious diet

Just because you cannot chew as properly as you used to right after the surgery, it does not mean that you have to stick to a soft, unhealthy diet. Do your own research prior to the surgery, find flavorful and nutrition rich recipes to make sure you are able to maintain a healthy diet even though temporarily you cannot chew properly. Keep your blood pressure and cholesterol level as healthy as possible and don't forget there is a wound in your mouth that has to heal.


DON'T go back to bad habits

Pay attention to the hygiene of your teeth and mouth. Tooth loss is often the result of poor oral hygiene. Smoking can be another factor that can cause problems and teeth loss. Don't go back to your bad habits, pick new ones instead. Dental implants have long term success rate but you need to take proper care of your teeth 


These are just a few of DOs and DON'Ts you have to pay attention after implant surgery. Browse through the blogs and articles on our website and learn more about preparation and what to expect during and after dental implant surgery. If you have any question regarding this subject, please contact us.



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Author: Jim I. Paskuly

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Dental tourism is a term that describes seeking dental treatment in another country. The necessity for travel may be the sole or primary motivation for dental treatment sought.

European Dental Tourism Treatments Overseas

Dental tourism is a term that describes seeking dental treatment in another country. The necessity for travel may be the sole or primary motivation for the dental treatment sought. The internet and internet advertising may also be an important source for accessing and researching affordable dental treatment possibilities overseas. Affordable dental care can be a significant Center-3.jpgproblem for some in the US population and that is why more and more patients have been turning to dental treatment overseas as an option, instead of getting very expensive dental care at home.

The affordability factor is a significant issue as a procedure may be performed abroad at a much lower cost compared to the amount that a patient would pay in the US. This affordability has been made even more attractive recently, especially if you compare dental care prices to European countries like Hungary or Austria. Both countries have high standard of dental services. Improvements in the standard of care overseas may also play a role.

There are definite benefits for accessing dental care outside the US. The most important is the affordability, high completion of treatment plans, convenience of treatment, combination of treatment with some leisure activity or visiting family and avoidance of waiting lists.




World Famous Gellert Thermal Spa

The world famous Gellert thermal spa is located in the same building as the Hotel Gellert that was built between 1912 and 1918 in Art Nouveau style. Ever since it’s opening in 1918, Gellert spa remains one of the most beautiful baths in Budapest. References to healing waters in this location can be found from as early as the 15th century.

The hot springs that feed the thermal baths rise from deep within Gellert Hill. Even the Turks used them in the 16th and 17th centuries during their stay in Hungary. Today, Gellert spa shines in its former glory after recent renovations and restorations carried out in 2006 and 2007. The entrance to the baths is separate from the hotel's entrance and is located on a small side street on the right side of the building.

A plastic armband, provided with your ticket, grants access to a cabin or locker and all of the indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and steam baths. The armband opens and closes the cabin/locker by simply touching the lock with it. Private changing cabins (two people can share one cabin) or lockers, which costs a little less, are available. Read more…

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