The implant is the foundation for a new tooth. The screw, made of high-quality titanium, is mounted in the bony base of the gingiva and forms the foundation for the visible prosthetic tooth crown. The end result does not differ visibly from the patient’s own dentition. At EuroDent, a team of specialists will advise, select the appropriate solution, perform the procedure and supervise the treatment process related to implantation.

Implants are recommended for people who:
– have missing single teeth;
– have extensive gaps or toothlessness, which make it impossible to make prosthetic bridges;
– require stabilization for dentures;
– they do not tolerate dentures.

The implantation procedure is not new. Improved for many years, both in terms of materials and implantation techniques, gives the patient confidence that the treatment will be safe. EuroDent uses the latest technical achievements, and there are specialists at your disposal who constantly update their knowledge in the field of the latest implantation techniques.

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Classification for the treatment

Accurate diagnosis is the basis of a successful procedure. Panoramic image or computed tomography provide an image that allows for initial assessment and planning of the implant technique. The patient’s health, medications, and oral hygiene are very important factors. If there are contraindications, the doctor will inform the patient and indicate the reasons.

The course of implantological treatment

If the bones of the maxilla or mandible are healthy, the hole for the titanium screw – implant is drilled first. If the doctor determines in advance that the bones should be strengthened due to decay, the regeneration procedure is performed before implantation. The treatment may take up to 2 hours depending on many factors. After the implant is made, there is a healing period of several months. During this time, the new tissue adapts and the implant is built into the bone. After this period, the tooth crown can be mounted, which is attached to a special connecting screw. The entire treatment process requires local anesthesia to ensure a painless and comfortable procedure.

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