The level of discomfort experienced during a dental implant procedure can vary depending on the individual patient and the complexity of the procedure. In general, Dental Services implant surgery is considered to be a relatively minor surgical procedure that is performed under local anesthesia. This means that the area around the implant site will be numbed, and the patient should not feel any pain during the procedure.
After the procedure, some patients may experience some discomfort or swelling in the implant site. This can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication, and the discomfort should resolve within a few days.
It is worth noting that everyone's pain tolerance is different, and some patients may experience more discomfort than others. It is important to discuss any concerns about discomfort with your dental professional and to follow their post-surgery care instructions to minimize any discomfort.