The best way to restore missing teeth. Implants are made of Titanium, with a special surface treatments to allow a stable osseointegration.
Zirconia is a very biocompatible material, proven for almost 2 decades as crown and bridgematerial. Several years now this material is used also in implantdentistry, persuading due to its outstanding properties when it comes to soft tissue and plaque.
"All on 4" treatment
This patient had periodontal issues. After virtually planning the case, scaling and root planning, we extracted tooth number 12 and 22, placed 2 implants and added 2 implants on the bilateral rear position slanted towards distal. After 3 months we loaded with an "All on 4 " bridge with zirkonium base
Full mouth implantation
This patient had severe periodontal issues with few remaining bone in the upper and lower arch due to periodontitis related bone loss. After performing all necessary extractions, we augmented the lower arch with titanium meshes and beta-tricalcium phosphate. Several months later we implanted 4 Nobel Active and 1 Nobel Speedy in the upper arch (distal slanted technique in quadrant 2) and 5 Straumann SLA active implants in the lower arch. After a short osseointegration period, we loaded the implants with screw a retained restoration in the upper arch and on meso abutments cemented bridgework in the lower arch.
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The all on 4 dental implant is a modern technique used to restore a full arch of teeth, using four dental implants. The procedure is increasingly popular, as it is a perfect alternative to dentures most people avoid due to slipping struggles, maintenance requirements and food restrictions.
Dental implants replace natural teeth for patients who have suffered tooth loss due to various causes (gum diseases, accidents). Normally, anyone who is healthy enough to go through tooth extraction and surgery is a good candidate for dental implants.
You may have struggled with gum disease, dental decay or an accident that resulted in loss of some or all your teeth. You researched your dental treatment options and with the help of your dentist you decided dental implants were the best choice for you. You invested a considerable amount of money, time, and effort in them.