Dental implants are osseointegrated synthetic roots.
They can be used to replace one or several teeth, or all of the teeth.
The implants are then used as support for a fixed cosmetic prosthesis (crown or bridge) or to stabilise dentures.

After a pre-implant consultation, a panoramic x ray and an in-surgery scan, the dental implants are fixed into place under local anaesthetic in a dedicated room.

The permanent fixed prosthesis (crown or bridge) will be attached to the implant three to six months later, in the meantime a temporary prosthetic will be worn.

Dental implants are a reliable solution with a 90 % success rate over the past 20 years.

Dental implants are a lasting solution which allow healthy teeth and maximal stable bone tissue to be preserved.

Dental implants provide a fixed prosthesis for all ages with a cosmetically pleasing and comfortable result.

Dental implants carry some contraindications.

Written on the 11th of January 2016

Dental Surgeon
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