Dental implantology

Dental implants are screws usually made of titanium, which are implanted into the bone to replace one or more missing tooth roots. Each case is treated individually, depending on the x-ray recordings and on the number of the remaining teeth. In our practice we use both the regular size dental implants and the mini dental implants. If a quality oral hygiene is conducted and the patient undergoes the regular dental check-ups, the dental implants will last for a lifetime. In cases where the patient's jaw had suffered a total tooth loss, either the regular size dental implants or the mini dental implants ensure a quality support for the denture, therefore making the usage of the denture more comfortable for the patient.

Dental implants are placed into the jaw bone and their bonding period with the bone will take around 3 to 4 months. During that period the process needs to be checked up regularly by taking x-ray recordings. By implementing the dental implants the process of bone resorption (or jaw bone loss) is stopped.

 

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There is an indication for placement of mini dental implants when it is not possible to use regular size dental implants due to unfavourable anatomic conditions. By placing mini dental implants we are able to contribute to the stability and the retention of a full denture in one's mouth. For more details on the procedure, please see the mini dental implants section.

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