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Dental implants: Is implant insertion painful?

It is difficult  to give a universally common answer to this query due to the different levels of pain tolerance and procedure complexity in itself. In a simple situation, for example the insertion of a single implant without bone grafting, the most part of the patients refer of a slight post-surgery pain. Almost the entirety of patients holds the extraction of a single tooth as being more painful. In any case, during implant insertion there is no sensation of pain, thanks to local anaesthetics.

last update: 21 January 2008

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