The dental implant
Today millions of people suffer from partial or total toothlessness.
Almost everyone can have implants, but the indication must meet very precise anatomical, medical and prosthetic criteria. A little over a decade ago, dental implantology was a discipline more known for its failures and complications than for its successes. It is now a rapidly growing specialty that is claiming its success.
In order to avoid the mutilation of neighboring teeth or the wearing of a mobile appliance that is often uncomfortable and unsightly, implants allow the creation of a single tooth, while preserving the surrounding teeth.
When there is no longer a natural molar abutment and in order to avoid the wearing of a mobile appliance, implants allow the realization of a fixed bridge. When there are more teeth, and to avoid wearing a complete conventional appliance that is often unstable, implants are anchoring points that ensure the stability of the appliance and thus allow normal chewing.
Placement of implants
Dental implant This operation is performed under local anaesthesia. The preparation of the implant socket is carried out in the bone using drills. The implant is buried in the bone and covered by the sutured gum. The procedure takes about 20 minutes.
After 3 to 6 months, during which time the bone heals around the implant to ensure its stability, you return to your dentist who will place the artificial tooth.
After 10 to 15 days, this healing screw will be removed and replaced by the abutment to which the artificial tooth will be fixed.
What makes us different from other clinics?
A one-step implant system with a zirconia collar is offered to you, the aesthetic result is unequalled.
Photos of the surgical procedure:
Installation of the implant in the bone, the zirconia collar protrudes slightly from the gum. Gingival healing begins immediately.
It is necessary to wait 2 to 3 months for the end of the healing and the integration of the implant. The ceramic can then be placed.