Dental Implants

Dental implants are substitutes for the dental root and implanted into the jaw if one or more natural teeth are exported. Most commonly their construction material is titanium, a biocompatible metal that has been used for many years in orthopedics to relieve fractures.

Today they are the most modern and reliable way to replace natural teeth that have been lost. On traditional bridges, adjacent teeth are rolled up to the neck and covered with crowns to support the tooth that is missing between them.

Alternatively, a dental implant can be used to replace the tooth that is missing. It is a more conservative, less invasive, more durable alternative that allows your teeth to remain completely intact and healthy. Determine functional and aesthetic loss of teeth, restore appearance, speech and masseal capacity.

The news is good for those who wear denture. Even full dentures can be supported by implants, called dilated dentures. The advantage of such a denture is that it is completely stable, slippery, vibration-free, without the need for sticking and without falling.