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The Implant and Aesthetic Center Scores a First Winning the Prestigious Best of Budapest Health Care Award

Best of Budapest 2009 Winner - The Implant and Aesthetic CenterThe Implant and Aesthetic Center is the first clinic to win the highly prestigious Best of Budapest Award in the healthcare section. ‘Best of Budapest’ is an independent qualification system that was created by Budapest Week Publishing in 1993 for the purpose of maintaining quality.

Read more about the Best of Budapest Award here.

Assessment. At the initial consultation the dentist will determine whether the tooth can be repaired by an inlay or onlay procedure or whether a crown, is needed.

Teeth Preparation. At the first appointment, the dentist begins the procedure by numbing the area using a local anesthetic. If necessary, your dentist will then remove any old filling and any decayed or damaged tooth surface.

Impression taking.A soft, mouldable material will be used to make an ‘impression’ of the tooth that is being repaired and the teeth around it. This will then be passed to a dental technician to make the inlay or onlay. This can take between 4 – 6 days in Budapest.

Temporaries. A temporary restoration is placed on the tooth to protect it until the inlay/onlay can be bonded to the tooth.

Fitting.Upon return to the dentist’s office, the temporary restoration is removed and the surface is cleaned to prepare for the new structure. The dentist will then try in the new restoration to ensure that there is a correct fit that doesn’t interfere with your bite. If the fit is good, the inlay or onlay is permanently cemented or bonded to the tooth.

For most implant-supported teeth you will be able to clean around each supporting implant by brushing and flossing in just the same way that you would around natural teeth and tooth-supported bridges. In some areas special floss, interdental toothbrushes and other cleaning aids may be needed to maintain good oral hygiene. Cleaning is not at all difficult, provided that you do not have impaired use of your hands. It is reasonable to expect some of the daily hygiene procedures to be a little more complex than around your original teeth – equally expect to spend more time than you may have done in the past if you wish to maintain optimum implant health.

See the following case studies for an example:

Case Study – Dental implants and fixed bridges

Our client decided to visit us for a London consultation when her front tooth broke off by the gum line and there was urgent need for a full mouth rehabilitation. Her …

Case Study – Front crowns and dental implants

Longing for brighter and more pleasing smile our client decided to travel to Budapest for a smile makeover. Replacing the molar teeth and the old and multicolour crowns, a fully revitalised …

Decay. Saliva, bacteria and food particles can collect around an impacted wisdom tooth, causing it, or the next tooth to decay. It is very difficult to remove such decay. Pain and infection will usually follow.

Gum Infection. When a wisdom tooth is partially erupted, food and bacteria collect under the gum causing a local infection. This may result in bad breath, pain, swelling and trismus (inability to open the mouth fully). The infection can spread to involve the cheek and neck. Once the initial episode occurs, each subsequent attack becomes more frequent and more severe.

Pressure Pain. Pain may also come from the pressure of the erupting wisdom tooth against other teeth. In some cases this pressure may cause the erosion of these teeth.

Orthodontic Reasons. Many younger patients have had prolonged orthodontic treatment to straighten teeth. Wisdom teeth may cause movement of teeth (particularly the front teeth) when they try to erupt and this will compromise the orthodontic result.

Prosthetic Reasons. Patients who are to have dentures constructed should have any wisdom tooth removed. If a wisdom tooth erupts beneath a denture it will cause severe irritation and if removed, the patient will need to have a new denture constructed as the shape of the gum will have changed.

Cyst Formation. A cyst (fluid filled sac) can develop from the soft tissue around an impacted wisdom tooth. Cysts cause bone destruction, jaw expansion and displacement or damage to nearby teeth. The removal of the tooth and cyst is necessary to prevent further bone loss. Rarely, tumors may develop within these cysts or the jaw may fracture spontaneously if the cyst grows very large.