We are dedicated to the placement of dental implants and we are specialists in repairing lost teeth, mimicking the natural tooth, and in recovering the smile in toothless.
IMPLANTOLOGY
We are dedicated to the placement of dental implants and we are specialists in repairing lost teeth, mimicking the natural tooth, and in recovering the smile in toothless.
IMPLANTOLOGY
We are dedicated to the placement of dental implants and we are specialists in repairing lost teeth, mimicking the natural tooth, and in recovering the smile in toothless.
IMPLANTOLOGY
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Toothless, a reality with a solution

The dental implant is a simple and very comfortable treatment, from a masticatory and aesthetic point of view, considered today the best treatment to replace lost teeth.

Dental implants are supports or structures of metal (usually titanium) surgically positioned on the jaw bone below the gums to replace the dental roots. Once placed, they allow the dentist to allocate teeth on this structure, thus replacing dental absences and / or absences.

Over the years, there has been a constant evolution of studies, surgical techniques and materials that allowed to reduce the time needed for the rehabilitation of the placement of dental implants.

This means that, in dental implantology, the reduction of this surgical time started to take place in a single phase, without interfering with osteointegration.

How Do Dental Implants Work?

Because they are integrated into the bone, the implants offer a stable support for artificial teeth. Partial and total prostheses mounted on implants will not slip or change position in the mouth, a great benefit during feeding and speaking. This type of prosthesis is called “implant prosthesis” and gives the patient more security in all oral functions, providing a more natural situation than conventional bridges or prostheses.

To receive an implant, you must have healthy gums and adequate bone to support it. You must also commit to maintaining these healthy structures. Meticulous oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist are essential for the long-term success of your implant.

TYPES OF DENTAL IMPLANTS

Single Dental Implants

The single dental implant is one of the most common and replaces a single tooth without using bridges or prostheses.

The implanted tooth exactly simulates a natural tooth that is missing for some reason.

Dental Implants All-on-4®

This treatment allows total edentulous patients, with severe maxillary atrophy (little bone in the maxillary area), access to total rehabilitation with dental implants.

It allows to increase the support base and to screw hybrid (fixed) prostheses or ceramic with 12 teeth using only 4 dental implants.

Maximum Placement Accuracy with digital planning

The diagnosis and planning we do at IPRO Clinic, is carried out using the most advanced digital technologies that allow us to identify the location, inclination and depth for each implant, in order to lead to your best smile. We use this precision technology for this pre-surgical planning that allows the evaluation of the surgery before it occurs and will ensure the ideal placement of the implants. The implant placement surgery is also planned to occur at the right time in the treatment plan.

AT IPRO CLINIC

Implantology is the section of Dental Medicine that includes procedures related to the replacement of lost teeth by dental implants and associated surgical acts.

WHY DENTAL IMPLANTS?

Dental implants are supports or metal structures (usually titanium) that are surgically positioned on the jaw bone below the gum to replace tooth roots. Once placed, they allow the dentist to mount replacement teeth on them.

Because they are integrated into the bone, the implants offer a stable support for artificial teeth. Partial and total prostheses mounted on implants will not slip or change position in the mouth, a great benefit during feeding and speaking. This type of prosthesis is called “implant prosthesis” and gives the patient more security in all oral functions, providing a more natural situation than conventional bridges or prostheses.

To receive an implant, you must have healthy gums and adequate bone to support it. You must also commit to maintaining these healthy structures. Meticulous oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist are essential for the long-term success of your implant.

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