Our dental team will walk you through the procedures expected on the day of your dental implants surgery.
Upon your arrival at the practice on the surgery day, our initial interaction involves addressing any last-minute queries during a discussion.
For the next step, you’ll be requested to use a specific antiseptic mouthwash (admittedly with an unpleasant taste), and we’ll apply a skin disinfectant to the surrounding skin. In the surgery room, you’ll find an attentive, experienced team comprising the anaesthetist, my implants nurse, another dental nurse, the dental technician, and myself. Depending on the circumstances and with your consent, your dentist may also be present.
Before initiating the surgery, we prioritise ensuring your relaxation. The anaesthetist administers intravenous (conscious) sedation to put you at ease, especially if you’re feeling anxious. This sedation aids in maintaining a calm state.