The implants are teeth-like screws made of pure titanium, a material that is completely safe and biocompatible, placed on the missing teeth area and acts as a support for single crowns, bridges or dentures in cases of total tooth loss.
In order to correctly design an implant therapy, a small CT scan is usually needed to check if there is enough bone and gum or if you need some tissue regeneration techniques with grafting materials.
Implants are placed on the jaw with little surgery, under local anesthesia. 3 months after implant placement, the stage of rehabilitation is done with some prosthetic work.
Under certain conditions and where temporary restoration is extremely needed, temporary teeth can be placed in 2 days after surgery (immediate loading).
Implants supported restorations are the most modern, well documented and safe method of replacing lost teeth.