Oral surgery – Dental Implants

By placing dental implants (in other words artificial root), fixed dental prosthesis can be made, which are completely equivalent to the natural teeth lost and there is no need to  to touch  the healthy natural teeth.

Nowadays implant surgical techniques have reached an advanced state that makes replacing of  the missing tooth possible at the same time when the totth is extracted, or within a few weeks time. In many cases it is possible to bond inmediately a crown to the artificial root placed shortly before. By this way our patient will leave our office without tooth gaps after the surgery, with an aesthetically restored teeth.

If the lack of teeth is wide-spread, teeth can not be restored by bonded dental restorations in the traditional sense of the word, but by removable denture. In these situations completing remained teeth with implants fixed dental restorations can be made, and by this way unpleasant feeling of getting used to and wearing removable denture can be avoided. If it is not possible to make fixed dental restorations at all, stability of removable dentures can be considerably increased by bonding them to implants.
Material of implants is titanium of high cleanness, or zirconium dioxide, incidence of allergic reaction to it is nearly zero.
Unfortunately, despite the most cautious treatment, implants can be thrown out in 1- 2 % of surgery, because of unforeseeble circumstances. That is why, so as to finish dental implant placements successfully in the majority of cases, it is required to have a complete blood and urine test for placing dental implants.


Bone augmentation sinus elevation

These procedures are additional surgeries of placing an implant in those cases when there is not enough bone where to place an artificial root. We work with high cleanness synthetic bone augmentation materials, which give their place being absorbed continuously to the newly formed bone. By this it is possible to correct functionally or aesthetically disadvantageous jaw-bone forms.


Wisdom tooth extraction surgery

A wisdom tooth which has become stuck in the jaw, or broken partway through your gums can often cause inflammation and pain. In order to have a successfull orthodontics in the long run, treatment often has to be completed by removal of wisdom tooth. Generally in these cases wisdom tooth break through at an awkward angle, or in a wrong position because of lack of place, putting at risk other teeth health and place.


Orthognathic (jaw) surgery

Orthognathic (jaw) surgery is to correct contracted, or innate deviations of jaw, bone replacements, bone transplants, bone surgery which precede dental restoration (implants, removable dental replacements) belong to this treatment group.

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