The most common procedures in dental medicine
“The surgical procedure of implant insertion is a procedure that begins with a physical check-up of oral cavity and 3-D scan (CBCT). All this gives us a better insight into density and quality of bone and local structures”.
Thanks to modern technology, the most developed field in dentistry in the last 50 years is – implantology, that deals with problems such as replacing one or more teeth with titanium replacements, or implants.
What is a dental implant? Technically speaking, a dental implant is a small but really powerful foundation made of biocompatible materials or ceramic. It is surgically inserted into jaw under local anesthesia in order to replace the missing tooth.
In certain situations, if a patient does not have enough bone structure for implant insertion, this problem can be solved with ridge augmentation.
STRAUMANN DENTAL IMPLANTS
Straumann dental implants are famous for their extreme biocompatibility of titanium implants which lead to faster osseointegration.
The first step is a physical check-up and CBCT which provide all the necessary information for suggesting all the potential treatment options. All the advantages and disadvantages of suggested solutions are openly discussed so a patient is thoroughly informed about all the aspects of the procedures.
ALL ON 4 / ALL ON 6
For the patients who have, for different reasons, lost their natural teeth in both upper and lower jaw, we suggest implantological and prosthetic solution- All on 4 and All on 6 methods, as they have been proven the best.
Ideal candidates for these types of treatments are patients who have lost all or most of their natural teeth and want a fixed solution. These treatments are also ideal for patients who have had mobile dentures and for those patients with the lack of bone structure.
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