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Implants & crowns Porcelain covered crowns    

Case Studies

 

Zirconium Oxide Crowns and Zoom Whitening

Before Dental Treatment at Prime Dental Budapest   BEFORE TREATMENT
Prior to dental treatment at Prime Dental
After Dental Treatment at Prime Dental Budapest, zirconium oxide crowns   AFTER TREATMENT
Fantastic new front teeth. The two upper front teeth were crowned using zirconium oxide crowns. The patient also had Zoom whitening to whiten the other teeth.
 

Dental Implant Surgery
1 Implant with Bio-Oss bone grafting material and Membrane
Procedure

Dental Implant Instruments
Dental Implant Instruments
Notes from the Patient
March 2007
I kept my eyes shut for most of the operation. Not from fear, although I was rather apprehensive, it's tricky in the dentist's chair - if you suddenly open your eyes it signals pain and everything stops and then has to restart when all the reassurances are done. I prefer to focus internally in the hope that it will fast-forward the horrible bits. When I heard the words "this is the last stitch" I felt relief. The cutting and drilling is over. The implant is in place. I listen carefully to Adam's instructions "you must not blow your nose for 6 months - if anything drips out of your nose, wipe it away"; "the stitches should come out in 2 weeks time, until then avoid biting in the area"; "when the numbness wears off you can eat and drink what you want". The internal conversation begins: red wine or cold beer? Red wine is in the lead. "Use an icepack to help reduce the swelling".

That is how my evening meal came to be 2 glasses of Dreher beer and an assortment of ice cream - in the Brauhaus Kempinksi - watching weightlifting on Eurosport. Budapest is a city that provides many surreal experiences and this trip is no exception.

My introduction to the phenomenon I call "post dental high" was over 2 years ago. Having spent many hours in "the chair" (getting 50 years of UK neglect not exactly put right, but repaired as much as technically possible) followed by the Diclofenac kicking in as I floated down the steps from Buda Castle to the Danube, was for me a formative experience. Who needs Amsterdam.

Back to the implant. Technically it was upper left 5, the tooth had been loose for months and was declared unsaveable and it was extracted in February, two months ago. The implant went in two days ago, I am now home. I have a swollen cheek, my tongue wants to play with the new stitches and tomorrow it's back to work.

Once the stitches are out I will try not to think about this stuff until the results are released in October. Will the implant have taken and if so it's on to the crown stage.

Total cost so far: implant and bone granule mix and membrane was 1300 euros; still to come is the zirconium implant crown (I want the best) which is 470 euros. The desired end result - a new tooth that doesn't wobble and won't rot!

Technical Notes
A very difficult implant to place. The patient had very little bone to work with and the sinus membrane was visible. For this reason Bio-oss bone grafting material and a membrane were used, the stitches will need to stay in for 2 weeks which is one week longer than normal and the patient will have to be very careful not to blow his nose for the next 6 months.

October 2007
Back in Budapest for my zirconium oxide implant crown.

First appointment - panoramic xray to show exactly how the implant was lying, couple of injections to numb the area, a small incision in the gum to expose the implant (some bone had grown over the screw so this had to be scraped away), the internal screw was taken out from the implant and replaced with a different screw called a healing attachment. It felt strange to have someone working in my mouth with a screwdriver.

Second appointment - 2 days later for the impression for the implant crown. Surprisingly no injection this time. The healing screw was taken out and replaced by the real attachment that the crown would be fitted onto. A couple of mouthfuls of “goo” to make the impressions and then everything sent off to the lab for the zirconium work. The healing screw was put back in. Five days to wait until final fitting

Third appointment - I wanted a descale and polish as part of my work so to avoid being rushed on my last day I opted for this two days before the crown fitting. It turned out to be a bigger procedure than I had expected, I have never had such a thorough clean up, it was the dental version of sand blasting, afterwards my teeth gleamed but I had a sore tongue for a few days. I also had an old amalgam filling replaced in the molar next to the implant. Back to the diclofenac for a couple of days!

Fourth appointment - At last the final fitting of the implant crown. A small injection to numb the area and suddenly the gap was gone.
Dental Implant - Start of Procedure
Dental Implant - Start of Procedure
Dental Implant Placing
Placing of Dental Implant
Dental Implant - Placing of Membrane
Placing of Membrane
Dental Implant - Closing the area with stitches
Dental Implant - Closing the area with stitches
6 months later October 2007
Dental implant uncovering
Uncovering the dental implant
Dental Implant - healing attachment
Healing attachment
Dental Implant - healing attachment
Healing attachment
Dental implant - impression
2 days later - one of the many impressions necessary to make the implant crown
Dental implant - impression
Impression
Dental Implant - Attachment and impression
Impression with implant attachment
Zirconium implant crown in place
The zirconium implant crown finished
 
 

GH - patient from Cumbria
Upper left: 5 crowns, 1 filling
Upper right: 3 crowns, 1 filling
Lower left: 3 crowns, 2 porcelain inlays, 1 filling
Lower right: 3 crowns, 1 filling
Zoom Whitening

Dentist Budapest existing teeth BEFORE TREATMENT
Existing Teeth
Dentist Budapest teeth filed down DURING TREATMENT
Teeth filed down for crowns to be placed on top
Dentist Budapest, finished teeth - COMING SOON TREATMENT COMPLETED
New crowns upper and lower
 

John T from Eccles
Lower: 12 crowns, 1 filling

Dentist Budapest, Prime Dental, lowe teeth filed before crowning DURING TREATMENT
Dentist Budapest, Prime Dental, lower crowns TREATMENT COMPLETED
New Crowns
 

Keith W from Manchester
Upper left: 6 crowns
Upper right: 6 crowns
Lower left: 3 crowns

Dentist Budapest, Prime Dental, upper teeth prepared for crowning DURING TREATMENT
Dentist Budapest, upper teeth crowned TREATMENT COMPLETED
New Crowns

Implants with Zirconium Oxide Implant Crowns

Different views of the lab work, lower right and lower left shown. The finished zirconium oxide crowns look very natural.

Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower left attachments
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower left attachments and zirconium oxide crowns
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower left attachments
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower left attachments and zirconium oxide crowns
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower left attachments and zirconium oxide crowns
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower right attachments
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower right attachments and zirconium oxide crowns
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower right attachments and zirconium oxide crowns
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower right attachments
Implants with Zirconium Oxide implant crowns
Lower right attachments and zirconium oxide crowns

Zirconium Oxide Crowns

Discoloured front tooth before new zirconium crowns
Note the particularly discoloured tooth upper right 1
Zirconium oxide front crowns in place
Zirconium oxide front crowns fixed in place
 
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After dental treatment in Budapest
After treatment
at our dental clinic in Budapest
Beautiful teeth
Before dental treatment in Budapest
Before treatment
at our dental clinic in Budapest
Uneven and discoloured teeth
 
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