Dental implants

What are dental implants?

A permanent solution for tooth loss
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Use of dental implants


Replacement of individual teeth

Tooth gaps must be closed for functional and esthetic reasons. Tooth gaps lead to tooth migration, tooth tilting and tooth twisting and thus to changes in the entire dentition. This can cause jaw problems or damage and increases the susceptibility of these teeth to decay and periodontitis. The best solution for tooth gaps of any size is the dental implant. When an implant is placed in a gap, there is no need to grind the neighboring teeth - the denture integrates perfectly into the dental arch.


Closing larger gaps

If a larger tooth gap is not supplemented by dental implant restoration, this leads to undesirable changes in facial features and early wrinkling. If a tooth gap remains in the dentition, the jawbone recedes because the support provided by the removed tooth root is missing.


Replacement of missing terminal molars (free-end situation)

In the absence of terminal posterior teeth, a fixed restoration is impossible without implants. Dental implants also replace the wearing of a denture.


Dentures in case of complete toothlessness (edentulous jaw)

Especially in the lower jaw, it is usually not possible to create a well-fitting prosthesis. However, with dental implants, a secure fit can be achieved.

Advantages of dental implants


Durable solution


Naturally beautiful teeth


Safety and chewing comfort - for a lifetime


Esthetics and chewing function are restored


Prevention of bone resorption


Neighboring teeth do not have to be prepared in the event of tooth loss


Ensure stable anchorage of dental crowns, dental bridges or partial dentures


Navigated implantation


Treatment process