Let’s plan for an implant
Dental implants don’t sound exotic anymore, do they? The first dental implants were fixed more than 45 years ago and half a century of clinical research proves that “the screws” are the best solution for various clinical cases – from a missing tooth, through removable implant overdentures to fixed constructions for fully edentulous patients.
Implantology has advanced mostly due to R&D and competiton among the mulitple implant producers. There are more than 300 different systems of implants to choose from.
But how do we know which one is the best for us? Our decision was based on the common sense that those with the longest history and the biggest R&D departments can offer the best products. This doesn’t mean that we limit our patients’ choices. We provide several high-quality implant systems to choose from, depending ot the circumstances of each case. We are pleased to work with NobelBiocare, Zimmer, Bredent implants and have seen excellent results!
Become familiar with the treatment process
The success of every implant is measured by its long-lasting performance and that is accomplished by a carefully planed course of treatment. Often the fixing of the implant is the easiest part of the whole procedure. It is very important what we do before and after the implant is fixed. That is why we suggest you take a major part in the process. We will do our best, so that you can make an informed decision about your treatment plan.
That is why we suggest you take a major part in the process. We will do our best, so that you can make an informed decision about your treatment plan.
We do a great deal of research before buying anything -we google different vendors, compare prices…
It is important for us to be 100% sure that we have chosen the best solution especially when personal health, self-esteem and finances are concerned.
We will be glad to discuss with you what you already know about implants and will then proceed with the best possible course of treatment. General information about implants can be found in the pdf file below.
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