A dental implant is a screw placed in the jaw, that carries a crown on itself. The screw is placed in the jaw bone in a spot where the tooth is missing. After a healing process, a crown is made, which, according to its shape, size and color fit with all other teeth. Placing the implant in the jaw is a surgical procedure. Therefore, it is necessary to select a team of dentists who have years of experience and high-quality education. That's why we are at your service.

Implants can replace:

  • One Missing Tooth
  • Several Missing Teeth

  • All Of Your Teeth

One missing tooth

When only one tooth is extracted, patients usually think that this is not such big of a problem and that they don’t need to replace it. However, this is a great misconception! Each tooth removed affects all other teeth. Adjusted teeth tend to shift and move into the empty space, and that can cause a series of problems for your other teeth. That is why it is necessary to replace each tooth that is removed, and dental implants are an ideal solution for this problem. The screw is placed in the jaw bone in the place of the root of the former tooth. Then the crown is made on top of that screw. If a dental implant is done right, you will forget that this isn’t your natural tooth.

Several missing teeth

If there is a place in the jaw that is missing more the one tooth, you can have a bridge that is made on implants. Depending on how many teeth are missing, it is necessary to put two or more implants that will serve as bridge anchors. The bridge is made on top of those implants in one piece. The bridge can’t be fixed for dental implant on the one side, and for your natural tooth on the other side.

All on 4

This is the best solution for patients that no longer have their own teeth and they have to make dentures. Denture sometimes tends to be unstable, but with all on 4 technology the denture is fixed to the jaw. Dentures have 4 spots where implants are attaching. It is possible to remove the dentures in order to maintain hygiene, but it can not be shifted when you speak or chew. If you already have a denture that is good, but you want better stabilization, it is possible to do this fixation method with old dentures.

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