Dental Implants

Minimally Invasive Implant Therapy and Bone Augmentation

An implanted prosthesis has medical, functional and aesthetic advantages, which together lead to a significant gain in quality of life.

Modern dentistry prescribes that if one or more teeth are lost, and the right framework conditions are fulfilled, these are replaced by implants.

Implants are generally made of titanium and are artificial tooth roots formed with high precision. These are inserted into the upper or lower jaw, so that little by little they grow in and are not rejected by the bones. After the successful "growing in phase" — osseointegration — the implants can be used as abutments for mounting crowns, bridges and removable prostheses.

The targeted use of implants means that grinding off the healthy teeth is avoided and so, as a prosthesis, the implants can be described as gentle and minimally invasive treatment method.