The Dental Implant
AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR HEALTHY TEETH

Healthy teeth not only give you a sense of looking good but are also crucial for everyday activities such as eating, talking and laughing. A dental implant will imitate nature: It is firmly placed in the jaw and serves as an anchorage for the tooth. 

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are a safe and aesthetic alternative to conventional crowns, bridges and prostheses. Dental implants take on the function of natural tooth roots and feel like natural teeth. Therefore, implants offer a new level of comfort, safety and confidence compared to traditional treatments and restorations options. They provide the wearer with a comfortable feeling that is comparable to that of your own, healthy teeth. 

Tooth Crown

Structure

Screw 

Implant 

Benefits of Dental Implants
KEEPING YOUR HEALTHY TEETH

Implants eliminate the need to grind down healthy neighbouring teeth. Your own natural and healthy teeth will not be damaged or affected.

PREVENTION OF PREMATURE BONE LOSS

Any missing teeth will cause the bone to recede. This could change your overall facial structures. Dental implants can help in this situation and therefore prevent premature bone loss of the jaw bone.

SAFETY

Dental implants are aesthetically comfortable and provide a reliable solution, free of inconvenience. In contrast to prostheses, dental implants are securely anchored and will not slip or move. 

TREATMENT OPTIONS
Replacement of a single tooth

Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth that have fallen out or had to be extracted. To enable the dental implants to function as roots, they are placed into the jawbone. A dental implant preserves the surrounding bone and replaces the missing tooth with a natural-looking restoration. 

  • Dental implants look, feel and function just like natural teeth.
  • Dental implants preserve the surrounding bone.
  • Dental implants prevent bone loss and receding jaw bones.
  • Dental implants prevent damage to natural neighbouring teeth.
Replacement of several teeth

Dental implants are also used when two or more adjacent teeth are missing. Implants are placed as a tooth root replacement. In cases with 3 adjacent teeth, 2 implants can be placed (at each end). To enable the dental implants to function as roots, they are placed into the jawbone. A dental implant preserves the surrounding bone and replaces the missing teeth with a natural-looking replacement.

  • Dental implants look, feel and function just like natural teeth.
  • Dental implants preserve the surrounding bone.
  • Dental implants prevent damage to natural neighbouring teeth. 
  • Dental implants are securely and firmly anchored.
Replacement of all teeth

A full denture is used if all teeth are missing in the upper or lower jaw. For this procedure, several dental implants are inserted, and an individual prosthesis is placed directly onto the implants.

  • Dental implants restore the correct chewing function.
  • Dental implants guarantee maximum stability of the dentures.
  • Dental implants prevent bone loss and a receding jawbone.
  • Dental implants guarantee a high-quality lifestyle of the patient and increases self-confidence.