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Dental Implants: The Most Reliable And Safe Method For Restoring Lost Teeth

Dental Implants: What are the Advantages?

There are many patients who are puzzled about whether dental implants are really the right choice among a range of solutions for restoring lost teeth. Unlike sockets and bridges, dental implants replace the lost tooth from the root.

When a natural tooth is lost, the bone that supported that tooth in the jaw is gradually absorbed. The result is that in an immediate period of time, the patient’s facial features are deformed. The dental implant covers the location of the lost tooth, as it acts as an artificial ‘root’ and thus prevents the bone from being absorbed following the loss of the tooth.

Dental implants contribute to both aesthetics and the maintenance of oral health and hygiene. Placement of a dental implant does not require the alteration and grinding of adjacent natural teeth, as is the case with traditional bridges. Instead, the implant has a self-contained base and rests on the patient’s bone without affecting the rest of the teeth.

The end result is completely natural and the dental implants have the appearance and functionality of the remaining teeth. They also prevent damage to the bone and gums which is often caused by traditional bridges and artificial dentures (dentures). Very importantly, dental implants last a lifetime, so they offer a definitive and permanent result.

They are also the most technologically and scientifically advanced treatment for restoring lost teeth available today. Importantly, they also do not develop decay, do not require root canal therapy, and allow as strong a bite as a healthy natural tooth. Patients can eat whatever they want without worrying about the strength of their teeth, and their final shape is permanent, stable and strong. Finally, the patient can have a bright and beautiful smile.

Dental Implants: A Technological Revolution in the Restoration of Lost Teeth


Dental implants replace lost smiles. It is a completely safe, effective and scientifically proven method that provides a solution to any problem resulting from tooth loss or destruction. With dental implants it is possible to replace one, two, three or even all of the patient’s lost teeth. Each implant, depending on its size, can be a stable and solid base for other teeth. In order to perform a permanent fixed restoration of the maxilla, 6 implants are required, which are used in parallel as permanent bases for all the patient’s other teeth. For a permanent and immobile restoration of the lower jaw, 4-5 implants are usually required.

Dental implants: Digital Design and Computer Guided Implant Placement


Digital planning and computer-guided implant placement is the ideal solution for patients who need to undergo multiple tooth implant placement. The digital planning and guided implant placement method allows the patient to see and choose, as much as possible, what their new teeth will look like several months before the final placement. The design of the new teeth is carried out digitally on the computer, on a virtual cast of the patient’s own teeth. In this way, at the time of placing the dental implants, the dentist is able to place the new teeth directly on the patient. The patient can leave the practice with teeth on the implants.

This is truly a scientific revolution in the field of implants. This method provides absolute precision, maximum safety and a pre-planned, highly aesthetic result. Also, the patient does not have to discontinue any anticoagulant therapy he or she is receiving. Healing is significantly achieved and pain is minimized, and there are no incisions or stitches in the area. The procedure is painless and is performed under local anesthesia.