IMPLANTOLOGY-Nobel Biocare system

Dental implants are a method of replenishing tooth decay, developing and refining for 30 years. It is recommended for people who suffer from diseases, injuries or other reasons, have lost their teeth along with the root, and the only emergency is implantation of the titanium root and then the crown of the bridge or prosthesis. In this way, we achieve a prosthetic restorative of the highest quality, which gives maximum comfort to the patient while maintaining the strength corresponding to the real teeth. Implant therapy is a two-stage process. The first is implantation of a titanium implant into the bones of the jaw or jaw. After a few months (from 3 up to 12 months depending on the state of the bone and the rate of integration of the implant with bone tissue) the second stage, prosthetic implantation of the crown bridge or prosthesis is performed. Implant treatment may precede the treatment of the patient’s bone when it is too weak to hold the implant. Adequate procedures for augmentation or bone reconstruction, such as raising the bottom of the sinus or controlled bone regeneration, are used.

The OrtoDent Center uses the highest quality Nobel Biocare implants. The leader in the field of science and technology of innovative dental fillings, which are based on implants from a single tooth to complete toothlessness.


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Frequently asked questions by patients about dental implants:

1. Can Implant Immediately After Removing The Tooth?
This is possible but not in any case. This requires consulting with your doctor before removing the tooth. The proper X-ray images will be taken and condition analysis done.

2. How long are dental implants?
Introduced implant after several months permanently grows together with the bone and becomes part of it. With a properly scheduled and performed prosthetic solution, he or she can perform his or her function for as long as the bone remains. With proper hygiene and systematic, every 6 months visit in the office, he can serve for life.

3. Are there any contraindications for implantation?
There are currently no contraindications for implantation. There are restrictions that require the patient to take specific actions, such as smoking cessation, because smoking increases the risk of rejection of the implant. For diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, it may be necessary to consult and cooperate with a specialist.

4. What is the percentage of failures?
This is a very well documented and comprehensive study of the missing tooth missing method. Its effectiveness is determined in at least 96% of cases.

5. Is not the implant dangerous?
Non-implantation is not a threat to health, it does not have any other consequences than with other changes in the concept of surgical and prosthetic treatment.