Implantology involves the replacement of lost teeth by surgical placement of a dental implant in the maxillary or mandibular bone.
What is implantology?
Implantology is the discipline that deals with replacing missing teeth with materials that simulate the patient's natural teeth in function and aesthetics. To do this, dental implants are used, made with biocompatible materials that are placed in the maxillary bone, artificially replacing the root of the tooth. They are connected to the crown so that the patient can have a normal life, eat and smile as he would with natural teeth.
Benefits of implantology
You will eat as you did before, without pain.
Bone loss caused by missing teeth is avoided. With dental implants, chewing is restored and bone formation is stimulated. Improves dental aesthetics; you will not see spaces where you are missing teeth. Dental implants are connected to a crown that simulates a natural tooth in shape, colour and appearance.
Dental implants are titanium elements that are used to replace a missing tooth.
Immediate loading implants
Immediate loading is the procedure by which the implant and prosthesis (provisional crown) are placed in the same procedure.