Dental implants.

Dental implants have changed the landscape of dentistry by offering a permanent solution to replace
missing teeth. This modern treatment not only provides aesthetics, but helps patients restore oral function and preserve the jawbone. With the right care and follow-up, dental implants can give patients a smile for life.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium. These implants are inserted into the jaw and
provide a solid base to attach a replacement tooth, which is usually a crown, bridge or
prosthesis. This provides a permanent solution for missing teeth and imitates the appearance and function of natural teeth.
Advantages of dental implants:

  • Natural feeling. Implants provide a natural feel and function like real teeth for both chewing and
  • Aesthetics. Dental implants provide an aesthetic solution, they look and function like real teeth, and can be customized to match the natural color of the teeth.
  • Preservation of the jawbone. One of the significant advantages of implants is that they help preserve the jawbone. Loss of teeth can lead to jawbone resorption, but implants prevent this process.
  • Long-term solution. Implants are a long-term solution and with proper care and regular dental health follow-up they can last for many years.
    Dental implant treatment.
  • Consultation and assessment. Before starting the implant treatment, the patient undergoes a thorough consultation and examination to prepare an individual treatment plan.
  • Insertion of implant. Implants are surgically inserted into the jawbone under local anaesthetic. The
    healing period, which lasts a few weeks or months, means that the implants adhere well to the jawbone.
  • Adaptation of the replacement tooth. After the implant has attached, a replacement tooth – either a
    crown, bridge or denture – is fitted and attached to the implant.
  • Follow-up and maintenance. Regular dental visits and good oral hygiene are essential to maintaining
    the function of implants over a long period of time.