Saveetha Dental College Completed Highest 10,000 Teeth Implant Surgeries In India.

Saveetha Dental College and Hospital becomes the first hospital in the country to have completed 10000 implant surgeries with an average success rate of 99.6%.

On celebrating this landmark achievement, Saveetha Dental Hospital is inaugurating "SMILING FACES" a free awareness and screening campaign for implant treatment. The hospital also announced that the team had performed the 10000th surgery on 7th September 2021 morning.

Dr. Deepak Nallaswamy, Director Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences said, "In India Prevalence of edentulism (patients with missing teeth) is 16.3% that is 22,75,25,961 patients are in need of teeth replacement. With missing teeth, there are a host of other things that you miss too. Things like your natural smile or not being able to eat the food that you desire or just missing the taste of life itself. One may also experience muscle strains and discomfort as the remaining teeth shift. Dental Implants at Saveetha are the most effective tooth replacement option and cost-effective too. Most dental Implants cost INR 30,000 to 60,000 in most centers.

"It is a proud moment and congratulations to all the dental doctors for achieving this milestone. Saveetha Dental College and Hospital, Implantology Department has infrastructure worth 20 crores dedicated for implant therapy. 10,000 sq. ft. center with 50 dental surgeons, 12 physio-dispensers, most advanced real-time navigation surgery, sophisticated software, 3D printers, CBCT, and many advanced surgical facilities. making it the go-to destination of quality, subsidized implant therapy," said Dr. NM Veeraiyan, Founder and Chancellor Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences. Saveetha Dental College is the first education institution to incorporate implant training for undergraduates (UG).

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Source: ET Health News


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