Are you are missing a tooth or multiple teeth? Have decided that Dentures or Bridge aren’t for you? Dental Implant is a great, long-lasting alternative that can improve your smile. Dental Implant is a regular treatment procedure in Bangladesh at LASER DENTAL. It also increases the quality of your daily life. Think about how much you speak and chew every day. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a durable alternative that functions as well as a natural tooth?

Many people in Bangladesh are afraid of Dental Implant. They think it is a complex, painful operation. But the opposite is true. It is a fairly straightforward procedure with many benefits. Dental Implants are the closest thing you can get to real teeth. They do not move around or cause bone damage in a way that a Dental Bridge or Dentures might.

If you have been considering Dental Implant to replace lost or damaged teeth, this guide will help you. You will better understand what to expect throughout the entire process.


Dental Implant surgery candidates typically have damaged or missing teeth. But otherwise exhibit good oral health. When you visit your dentist for Dental Implant, he or she will first take an X-ray of your mouth to assess your bite. The location of the missing teeth and the location in the jawbone where the Implant will be placed will be assessed also. Your dentist may also make models of your teeth to further inform the operation.
You blood test and other relevant physical fitness report is essential before Implant surgery to ensure best outcome.


In most cases patients’ first concern is the level of pain they may experience. The good news is that at LASER DENTAL we are offering painless injections facility. So, Dental Implant in Bangladesh is completely painless at LASER DENTAL.

If you are replacing damaged teeth, your dentist will first need to extract the damaged teeth. Next, your jaw may need a bone graft to ensure there is adequate space for the implant. Although, this is not always necessary for every patient. Bone graft is a routine procedure that involves adding graft material to the missing tooth location as an anchor for your Dental Implant. Bone graft can be done during the same visit as the Dental Implant surgery. But if your jawbone needs more support, your dentist may recommend letting the graft heal before proceeding to the next step.

To place the Dental Implant, your dentist will cut the gum to expose the bone. Keep in mind — you will be under anaesthesia and will not feel a thing! Your dentist will then make a hole into the bone where the Implant will be placed, and your incision will be closed. The Implant will serve as a “root” for your artificial tooth. After it is put into place, you will need to wait several months for the jawbone to fuse to the Dental Implant – a process called osseo-integration. Osseo-integration gives the implant a solid foundation for an artificial tooth (crown). In the meantime, your dentist can give you a temporary denture for appearance.

After osseo-integration has occurred, your dentist will attach an abutment. An abutment is a structure that connects your prosthetic tooth to the Implant. Sometimes, a patient will need a healing cap on the implant for a couple of weeks. It is used to promote gum healing before the abutment is placed, but every patient is different. Your dentist will then place a temporary crown that will remain for four to six weeks while a permanent crown is made from a model of your teeth.

Post-Surgery and Care for Implants

Post-surgery, you may experience minor pain and bleeding for a short time. Bruising and swelling of the gums and face is rare, and our patients commonly report that these symptoms are quite tolerable. Often, patients report that the worst part of recovery is the suture tickling their tongue! You will need to follow a soft food diet for 2 to 3 weeks. Your dentist may prescribe anti-inflammatory medications, antibiotics or pain relievers.

Care for Dental Implant is the same as for regular teeth — brush at least twice daily and floss regularly. Avoid eating hard candy, chewing ice and using tobacco (which you should be doing anyway!). Keep in mind that certain foods and drinks (looking at you, coffee and red wine) will stain your new teeth. With proper care, your dental implants should last at least 10 years, up to the rest of your life! Be sure to continue to see your dentist regularly to prevent any issues and confirm your implants are in tip-top shape. Watch this video to learn more about Dental Implant.

How much Dental Implants cost?

The cost depends on your individual situation and what your mouth requires. Please visit at LASER DENTAL in Uttara, Dhaka for consultation and review of your mouth. It will allow us to give you an accurate estimate of the cost of your dental procedures. We can also talk to you about what insurance may and may not cover.

We know that not all our patients can afford cosmetic dentistry right away. So we offer a wide range of payment options. With our convenient financing, you can take care of your dental problems now and pay off the cost of your treatments on a monthly basis. We give our best effort to find the right financial answer to your dental needs.

If you are considering Dental Implant, it is Important that you consult with a dentist who is expertly-trained and specializes in this procedure. At LASER DENTAL, our team will help you determine if this is the right solution for your dental concern. We are working with Nobel Biocare U.S.A and we are providing lifetime international warranty for your Implant placed at our clinic. We will guide you on your journey toward a smile you can wear proudly. Call us today at 01787 – 66 00 55 to schedule your consultation!