Implants replace lost teeth reliably. Following the model of natural teeth an artificial tooth root made ​​of titanium forms the basis for crowns, bridges or dentures. Only those who have for years been involved in every facet of the implant, can guarantee long-term success. With us you will be treated exclusively by experienced implantologists who have their techniques refined over many years to perfection and were able to develop a secure sense of color, form and function.
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Variations

Patients with missing teeth

Tooth loss can happen to anyone whether it’s due to tooth decay, gum disease (periodontal disease), inflammatory processes of the roots or by accident. All these factors affect the life of the tooth. The loss of a single tooth, several consecutive teeth in a row or the loss of all teeth can frequently benefit from implants.

Patients with inadequate denture retention

Even with pre-existing partial dentures or full denture implants, implants are a great patient-centred care option.

It is often the case that very old protheses simply no longer sit well and do not retain the way they should. This can be explained by the progressive bone loss or the overloading of armature teeth. It leads to problems with eating and difficulty in crisp, clear speech.
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Loss of multiple Teeth

This is what the loss of multiple teeth looks like following treatment.
The bridge gap spans the space of three teeth. There are two implants
as a bridge abutment that need to heal.
After the healing period, it’s time to incorporate the bridge made in the laboratory.
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Loss of Individual Teeth

Have a look at some sample pictures of a loss of individual teeth and the visual result of implants. There is a single tooth gap with the absence of a central incisor. An implant has been inserted and requires more healing. After the healing period, it’s time to incorporate the crown made in the laboratory.
After the healing period, it’s time to
incorporate the crown made in the laboratory.