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Teeth implantation

What is a dental implant?

Dental implentation is a method of installing an artificial "root" in the upper or lower jaw of a patient. Implants are used to support crowns and fixed or removable dentures.

Type of an integrated implant

with a crown

Implants are typically made of titanium. Similarly, this material is used in the making of artificial heart valves and joints.

Important advantages of titanium:

1. Compatibility with the human body.

2. Bone tissue can "grow" into the body of the implant (the process is known as «osseointegration»).

3. It does not cause allergic reactions.

4. Creates a sense of «own» teeth.

Why choose dental implants?

We often recommend replacing extracted teeth with dental implants. Dental implants have a great advantage - the bone can grow around the implant, keeping the natural look and structure. If an implant is not placed, it may lead to a loss of bone tissue. In order to replace an extracted tooth without using an implant, it is usually necessary to use a bridge prosthesis which often affects healthy adjacent teeth.

Therefore, this results not only in a reduction of boss mass but also a possible loss of healthy tooth tissue. Dental implants have become a standard treatment in cases of tooth loss. Due to their excellent properties, dental implants provide long-term results when they are adequately cared for by patients.

Diagnosis: generalised periodontitis,
partial loss of teeth in the lower jaw,
mobility of the remaining teeth
of II-III degree



Treatment Plan: it was agreed that
the teeth would be removed, III
stage of mobility, several teeth
were left for the support of a
temporary construction during the
period of implant integation.
We placed 8 dental implants with
a subsequent manufacturing of a
metal-ceramic construction using
screw fixing



X-ray image: 8 dental implants
were placed, a temporary
construction supported by the
remaining teeth was attached


A metal-ceramic structure is
attached to the lower jaw.  The
lost shape of the gum in the lower
jaw has been restored perfectlyusing
a composite material



Following the placement of prosthesis
the patient is satisfied with the
aesthetic and practical result of
the treatment. The color and shape
of the teeth has changed



The patient is fully satisfied with
the result of the treatment



The final result

Further information about implantation is included in an article by our head doctor available on our website by clicking on this link

Removal of teeth.

Specialists at our clinic are able to remove teeth in the most complex of cases.

Recent scientific studies indicate that after the removal (extraction) of a tooth and during the first four months thereafter, a bone loss of up to 60% can take place. This negatively affects any further rehabilitation toothless area. Firstly, the loss of bone volume complicates future implantation and tooth prosthesis, secondly it adversely affects the aesthetic appearance of the teeth and soft tissue.

In order to secure an aesthetic and functional result, our practice uses different methods of well preservation following a tooth extraction. After a removal of a tooth and depending on the clinical situation, we may use DBBM-Collagen, collagen matrix and the Punch- technique of soft tissue preservation. These are the lastest Swiss techniques to preserve tissue after tooth extraction and preparation for future implantation, which we successfully use in our clinic.

Using DBBM-Collagen and Punch- techniques for wells preservation
following removal of teeth

DBBM-Collagen is placed in the well of
an extracted tooth and covered with
soft tissue  

Improving the quality of life.

Missing teeth or ill-fitting dentures are generally perceived as a sign of a deteriorating quality of life. They have also proven to cause various problems. Functionality and aesthetics require that fixed prosthesis are placed without any compromises and they should, of course, be durable. Implant fuses with the bone tissue and thus takes on the role of a tooth root and can withstand any weight placed on it during the chewing process. The new generation of implants provide a look of natural teeth. The issue of "not a real tooth" has now been fixed. Hardly any difference can be detected between implants and real teeth!

Doctors in our clinic pay great attention to the 3 -D diagnosis, planning and navigation implantation.

Detailed planning is a prerequisite for the implantation of a long-term, functional and aestheticly successful implant. The ideal position of the implant is determined by our doctors before the procedure commences.

Accurate anatomy of jaws, nerves and blood vessels, that must not be damaged, can only be seen on a three-dimensional image made on a high quality cone beam tomography.


On the basis of such three-dimensional volumetric imaging, the content of the bone mass can be analysed very accurately. It is even possible to determine the bone density. Bone tissue can be measured with an accuracy of 0.2 mm.

Implant planning. Navigation implantation.

We undertake implant planning with the assistance of SMOP, a  Swiss program (swissmeda com).

Implantation using the SMOP program   

The doctor is able to place implants with surgical precision. Aesthetics and strength of the implant is optimized by a surgical template made by specialists of the dentistry department at the University of Zurich.
The concept of "all on 4".

Using surgical templates, we are able to use the concept of «all on 4» with no errors and complications, which provides our patients with a prosthetic construction immediately after the implantation procedure.

Fixing of a prosthetic construction
immediately after an implant placement


Benefits of the concept:

1. Attachment of the full dental arch using only four implants.

2. It is not necessary to build any additional bone tissue.

3. Immediate weight bearing capability; reduces the number of visits, since the procedure can be completed in one visit.

4. Provides a fixed design which is more convenient for a patient than a removable option.

5. This method has been scientifically proved to be effective.


The patient's concern was a partial absence of teeth in the upper jaw. The preferred solution was to have a non-removable prosthetic



Due to an insufficient quantity of bone tissue in the upper jaw, four dental implants were introduced with the help of the Swiss SMOP template, together with a fixed «All-on-4» prosthetic design



The fixed semi-removable prosthetic strucutre was then attached and supported by the four dental implants. (Generally, a removable structure is any structure attached with a screw fixing)





The final result

Zirconium implants.

Zirconium implants are used for those patients who can experience allergic reactions to titanium. This occurs once in every 10,000 cases.

An allergy test is performed prior to the implantation procedure and is called "LCT" (Test the transformation of platelets).

Zirconium implant

Further details about the implantation procedure can be found on the website the Chief Physician of the Clinic.


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