STAGES OF IMPLANTATIONWhen dental implants are placed in the jawbone (A), they fuse with your natural bone and become a solid foundation to support one or more artificial teeth called crowns.
Abutment (B) – Placed over a dental implant to support your crowns.
Crowns are made in a dental laboratory using previously taken impressions (C).
THE BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTATION
Modern dental implants have been successfully used for over 50 years.
- masticatory muscles hypertonia and bruxism;
- decompensated diabetes mellitus;
- severe mental disorders;
- functional failure of the liver and kidneys;
- bone mineralization disorder (osteoporosis);
- coagulation disorder.
The All-on-4 concept provides our patients with a fixed prosthetics immediately after dental implantation
- a full arch denture to be stabilized with just four implants;
- avoid bone grafting;
- carrying out the procedure in one stage since immediate loading is useful and shows the result;
- using fixed prosthetics, which are more suitable both in service and care, compared to the removable ones;
- this method has been scientifically proven to be effective.
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT DENTAL IMPLANTS:Dental implants are the only option for restoring missing teeth that preserve natural bone from atrophy (physiological bone loss after tooth extraction).
Other potential reasons for the implant failure include:
1. Endogenous or exogenous infection of surgical site.
2. The immune response to a foreign body leading to implant failure.
3. Features of dentoalveolar structure.
4. Reduced local or common immunity and immune deficiency.