Implants are artificial tooth roots. They are anchored in the jaw bone to replace lost teeth. Implants can replace single or multiple missing teeth.
They can also constitute the support for an extensive fixed dental (bridge) or removable dentures (prosthesis).
As the first step of a dental implant treatment, we draw up a plan tailored to your individual situation.
After thorough preparation, the actual implantation takes place.
The healing period lasts approximately three to six months, depending on the situation – during this time adequate cure takes place.
A temporary measure enables chewing and speaking during this time.
After the healing period, the dentures can be fixed onto the artificial root almost invisibly.
Step 1: initial assessment
Step 2: planning
Step 3: insertion
Step 4: healing
Step 5: sustaining/treatment
Step 6: most importantly – preservation
With implants, you have opted for a very high-quality dental prosthesis. The implants anchored in the bone are severely endangered by bacterial plaque. This plaque must be removed carefully and thoroughly, otherwise there is a risk of gingivitis and later inflammation of the bone (peri-implantitis), which can endanger the consistency of the implants. Intensive dental care with special dental floss and cleaning brushes is therefore essential. You need to care for your implants even more than for your own teeth! With our dental hygienist, we will gladly advise and support you in the process.