There are situations where the removal of teeth is unavoidable. We make every effort in our strife for painless interventions causing no damage. We aim for restoring the ability to chew while retaining the healthy tissue. If the amount of bone is sufficient, an implant can be inserted.

What is an implant?

Implants are artificial roots made of titanium or titanium alloy, which fuse with the bone tissue after insertion.

Implants are safe and durable solutions for tooth replacement, anchoring a removable denture, in cases where several or even all the teeth are missing.

The procedure is painless thanks to the local anesthesia applied before inserting the artificial root.

The place of the implant is accurately determined applying medical imaging techniques (X-ray, CT). The optimal position is configured by a special surgical device and then the implant is inserted.

After ten days of healing the stitches are removed from the wound in a few minutes. After that comes the phase of bone growth lasting for 3-4 months, and then the implant is serviceable.

If there isn’t enough bone to be found, there may be need for bone replacement.

How do we know whether we need to perform bone implantation?

When one loses his tooth or teeth, the bone tissue starts deteriorating, as time goes by the volume of the adjacent bone decreases significantly. A 3D map of the affected area is made using medical imaging. We use these data to make sure the bone structure is satisfactory. If it isn’t, however, bone replacement is required.

What does bone replacement mean?

Natural bone-substitute is placed at the spot of the treatment, stabilized by a membrane. The time to heal is roundabout six months, after which the implant can be inserted.

The procedure is completely painless thanks to local anesthesia.