Insertion of implants is a painless procedure; it is usually performed under local anaesthesia. Postoperative complications are minimal. The capacity for work is not affected.
We always start with detailed planning based on a 3D X-ray of the jaws – CBCT. This method accurately shows the width and height of the bone at planned implant site , it helps to reveal the location of important anatomical structures and thus significantly reduces the risk of complications.
After the implant has been inserted and gums healed, a gum imprint is made, and a dental crown is prepared. In most cases, we make so-called screwed crowns, which are screwed to the implant with a titanium screw. The crown is highly aesthetic. The doctor can remove the crown, have it repaired, cleaned. The advantage is that there is no risk of leaving cement under the gums and no associated inflammation and implant failure.
The implant feels similarly as your own teeth and the aesthetic result is great. You will bite on crowns attached to implants like on your own teeth. Clean the crowns with a toothbrush and use a special dental floss, thus ensuring a long-term aesthetic and functional result.