You are probably bombarded with Facebook ads of implant clinics. You may even have several offers in your inbox and are considering whether Turkey is better than Bulgaria, why the prices are so different and so on.…
Today dental implants are becoming the preferred way to treat missing teeth. Here is everything you need to know about dental implants.
Recently, a nice woman visited us at Sofia Implant Centre with a desire for a major dental restoration. The lady, who came all the way from Scotland, was extremely motivated and enthusiastic in anticipation of her new smile – she had done a thorough research on the Internet and seemed well informed of the implant procedures. Unfortunately, early on, the 3D scan showed a complete lack of stable bone needed for implantation. The news surprised and upset her deeply. Her diagnosis required long and difficult treatment.
If you’ve already talked to a few implant clinics, you’re certainly in a doubt if their implants are really as good as claimed. Brands like Straumann and Nobel Biocare may already sound familiar to you. In this post you will find out about the different brands, their prices, how the implants are manufactured, how they differ and, most importantly, how to make sure you get the best quality for your money.
Fail to plan is plan to fail. Poor planning is the biggest factor for complications in the treatment process.
In this post you will learn what are the important questions you should ask and what specific information to request before choosing where to be treated. We will introduce you to the most important step in the implant planning process so that you are well informed of what to expect.
Patients, led by creative marketing, often visit us willing to extract their healthy teeth in order to get the dream “Hollywood” smile. Even worse – patients are often encouraged and advised by pushy salesmen to have their healthy teeth extracted in order to get the dream Hollywood smile. This is against the medical ethics and for us at Sofia Implant Centre this is a forbidden practice.