Dental implants are cylindrically shaped dental roots similar to a titanium screw. Titanium is a biocompatible metal (body accepts it as part of it).
LONG-TERM AESTHETIC SOLUTION
Sometimes even a small fraction of titanium can revive your smile and boost your confidence. People with one or more missing teeth can feel insecure and unconfident. Behind each lost tooth there is story: an accident, bad genes, carries or parodontitis. Whatever the cause of the missing teeth is, each patient has a desire to chew normally, feel the stability, to maintain healthy teeth and feel attractive.
5 GOOD REASONS WHY TO CHOOSE DENTAL IMPLANTS
long-lasting aesthetic solution
the preservation of healthy teeth
preservation of the jawbone (dental implants transmit the forcesto the chewing jawbone, resulting in its preservation)
more comfortable when speaking, eating and laughing
proven quality (Straumann, Ankylos)
SHORT PAINLESS OPERATION FOR LONG TERM EXSISTANCE
A screw is inserted into the jawbone in the place of the missing tooth or the root of thetooth. The procedure for inserting a dental implant into the maxillary bone is done under local anaesthesia. A dental implant then painlessly overgrown on the bone and serves as an excellent carrier for a prosthetic replacement, which can be a porcelain crown, bridge or a removable prosthesis.
WHEN CAN I USE A DENTAL IMPLANT (IMPLANT)?
1. For the compensation of each tooth
We avoid brushing of at least two healthy adjacent teeth.
2. More teeth to compensate for more teeth
With the help of the link between the dental implant e the bridge prosthesis can be avoided.
We avoids brushing healthy teeth.
We preserve dental bones.
3. To compensate for all teeth
Dental implants are designed to stay firmly in place, for fixation. Both solutions numbered above provide a significantly improved stability, fixation of the implant as the conventional prosthesis. Teeth that are fixed to the implant implants have a much more natural look than a regular prosthesis.
TIME OF HEALING
Healing can take from three to six months. During this time the patient may wish to use a temporary prosthetic replacement. After the wound heals and the implant strengthens we to move aside the mocus membrane and place »abatment« on the dental implant. Two weeks later we place the final prosthetic replacement onto the “abatment”.