dental Implant

Dental Implant

What is dental implant? A dental implant is the perfect replacement for a missing tooth. Dental implant is a type of prototype for a natural root. It is made of Titanium/Zirconium, the most biocompatible of metals, and fuses to your jaw bone over time (osseointegrates). The crown is then placed on top. If it’s done…

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Basal Implant

Basal Implant

What exactly is the basal implant? The basal implantology, which is also called cortical, or biocortical implant system, has been developed and it includes the positioning of implants at the basal cortical bone, which offers exceptional quality cortical bones because of preservation of those complex implants. The basal implant would be the most innovative among…

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Smooth-Surface Implants

Dental implants are perfect replacements for missing teeth that patients may lose due to an accident, failed endodontic surgery, gum infections or poor oral cleanliness. Dental implants serve the same function as a natural tooth root in anchoring teeth. These implants resemble like metallic screws with either a roughened or smooth surface. Dental implants are…

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No Bone Solution

No bone solutions

Dental implants keep advancing. Now even patients who don’t have a full bone to attach them can have them. When exploring dental implants, some are confused when they find out that they have an inadequate amount of bone for the implant, meaning they are not perfect candidates for the procedure. Alternative options, like dentures or…

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No peri-implantitis

Dental implants are commonly used for the replacement of missing teeth in patients with partial or complete edentulism. Study of long-term follow-up results shows satisfactory results in the rehabilitation of the patient’s function and durability rates of 100%. The classic procedure for dental implants are not free of complications and long-term prognosis can be altered…

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