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How Does It Feel to Have Dental Implants?

By: Ashley Walker
Published: 11/09/2017

EON-Clinics-Who-We-Are.jpgThere are many speculations about the dental implant procedure that keep some people from getting the treatment they need. There are many misconceptions about the feel of implants in the mouth, the continuous taste of metal, and the discomfort that comes with dental implants. While there is a lot of proof that dental implants are the more natural treatment, many patients find themselves concerned with the overall dental implant procedure and look.


Why dental implants?

Though some may feel being able to take out their teeth at night is a good option, dental implants are the best solution to replicate natural teeth. Dental implants are placed into the bone under the gums and are stabilized to ensure the success of their implants and the prevention of bone resorption. Many individuals fear feeling pain while the implant is being placed inside the bone; however, patients have testified that while asleep during the procedure, you feel no pain.

Will there be pain after the surgery?

After any major procedure, there is always a chance of discomfort. You may feel some discomfort during the healing process, but no major pain. The bone is not quite sensitive to pressure and pain, so with anesthesia the dental implant procedure can be done without pain.

So what do dental implants feel like? Will you be able to taste the metal?

Though there is metal implanted into your bone, there will not be a lingering taste of metal in your mouth. Some patients have stated that there is a slight strange sensation after the implants have been put in and the first few attempts to eat. During the healing process, you will become accustomed to having your new smile, and will feel more adjusted. At this point you will notice just how much your dental implants feel like your natural teeth.

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