Implantology

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Implantology

A loss of a tooth in time perspective generates not only a cosmetic defect, but also mechanical problems - the neighbouring teeth move into the empty space and stop functioning efficiently, which may lead to loosing other teeth as well. Therefore it is important to fill in even one tooth-space. For this purpose we employ crowns constructed upon implants. Implants are intra-osseous inserts made of titanium, which imitate the root of the lost tooth. Implants are made to grow into the bone permanently. In this way not only single teeth can be reconstructed, but also the full dental ridge. Implants also make perfect anchoring for dentures providing good stability and enabling smaller size. After an extraction of a tooth, vanishing of the bone is a naturally ensuing process. To minimize that process and give a better chance for later implantation, a treatment of saving of dental appendix by inserting bone-substituting materials and sealing the alveolar socket. In the case when the extraction of the tooth took place long ago and the reduction of the bone is advanced, it does not mean that implantation is impossible. In most cases we can reconstruct the bone by regeneration treatments and by raising the bottom of the maxillary sinus, but the healing process takes a longer time.

 
  • Extraction with augmentation
  • Bone regeneration
  • Gum reconstruction
  • Raising of the bottom of the maxillary sinus
  • Extraction with implantation
  • Implants of single teeth
  • Bridges, as prostheses for implants
  • Full jaw ridge on implants
  • Crowns on implants
  • Dentures on implants