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My mother's age is 71, she currently doesn't have any tooth. I want to get her tooth through dental implants. We went to nearby clinic and they gave cost of nearly 2 lack 50 thousand and asked for 6 months time to set everything. Can someone guide me the best approach, best treatment I can take for my mothers dental implants, currently we are in banglore mahadevapura area,native is vishakhapatnam Andhra pradesh. We are fine to take treatment in either of these cities
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Hello Implants for a 71 year old might be dealing with many things Bone support is very important considering age Also 6 months might due to taking all these into consideration
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Hii hello sir 1st go for the bone density check up then you can go for implant
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For a 71-year-old patient considering dental implants, several considerations should be taken into account to ensure the success and longevity of the implant treatment: 1. Overall health: Assess the patient's overall health and medical history to determine if they are suitable candidates for dental implant surgery. Conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis may impact healing and implant success rates. 2. Bone density and quality: Adequate bone density and quality are essential for successful implant placement. Older patients may have reduced bone density, which can affect the stability and longevity of dental implants. A thorough evaluation of the jawbone through imaging techniques like CT scans may be necessary to assess bone quantity and quality. 3. Oral health: Evaluate the patient's oral health, including the condition of existing teeth, gums, and any existing dental restorations. Addressing any existing dental issues such as periodontal disease or decay before implant placement is crucial for optimal outcomes. 4. Medications: Review the patient's medications, including any blood thinners or medications that may impact healing or bone health. Adjustments to medication regimens may be necessary before and after implant surgery. 5. Lifestyle factors: Consider the patient's lifestyle factors, such as smoking habits and oral hygiene practices, which can influence implant success rates and healing. 6. Expectations and goals: Discuss the patient's expectations and goals for dental implant treatment, including factors such as aesthetics, function, and long-term maintenance. Realistic expectations and open communication are essential for ensuring patient satisfaction with the outcome of implant treatment. 7. Post-operative care: Develop a personalized post-operative care plan to optimize healing and minimize complications following implant surgery. This may include instructions for oral hygiene, dietary modifications, and follow-up appointments for monitoring healing progress. By carefully considering these factors and tailoring treatment to the individual needs of the patient, dental implant treatment can be a successful and rewarding option for restoring oral health and function in older adults. Consulting with an experienced implant dentist or oral surgeon is essential for comprehensive evaluation and treatment planning. The cost factor completely depends on how many implants are required and what quality of implant you are considering.
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I am Prosthodontist  and Implantologist, you can visit at my clinic. I have done many full mouth  rehabilitation cases with Implants.
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Hello! Your dental surgeon is right! As she is 71 years old, supporting bone and other things should be taken into consideration, so he has advised 6 months duration. Cost depends on number of implants and teeth Dr. Is going to replace.
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