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Dental implant

  • Dental implants

    Dental implants - what they are and how they are done


  • Bone resolves
  • Neighbouring teeth incline towards the vacant space
  • Antagonic teeth descend
  • Risk of caries increases
  • Risk of parodontal illness increases
  • Produces pains of the temporomandibular joint

Specialist doctors restore the lack of a tooth through prosthetic implant works which behave like your very own teeth when eating, speaking or laughing. A dental implant is a titanium screw which replaces the root of a missing tooth.

  • Initial consultation (analysis of radiographies, evaluation of the bone quality, planning of surgical intervention);
  • Placement of the implant in the bone (the implant is introduced in the osseous tissue following the anesthetics);
  • Port-operatory control (after 10 days from the intervention, suture wires are removed, following an awaiting period of 4 /-6 months for osseous integration);
  • Execution of the dental crown (recovering of the implant, over which the dental crown executed by the dental technician is mounted).

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Why should you choose a dental implant?

  • Future investment in the quality of your life.
  • Can exempt you of other teeth-expenses on the future
  • Maintains intact the teeth neighboring the missing tooth
  • Functionally stimulates the bone, which does not resolve anymore

Can any person beneficiate from dental implant?

  • Irrespective of the age
  • Goof overall health condition
  • Bone addition can be done when it is not sufficient
  • Treatment is adapted to the case