Dental implants are the best solution for definitively replacing lost teeth. Acting like the roots in natural teeth, implants are made of titanium, a highly resistant biocompatible material. A dental implant is inserted into the bone in a minor intervention, after which a crown or some other type of prosthesis is placed over it.
After exhaustive, personalised diagnosis, we suggest different treatment options for each case.
We employ the best materials available worldwide, and apply the most exclusive techniques. All this enables us to successfully treat all cases and has made ours a reference centre for implants, both nationally and internationally.
- They conserve the facial structure.
- They help to give you a more youthful appearance.
- They enable you to eat as if they were natural teeth, and to laugh without fear.
- They are minimally invasive.
- And, most importantly, they restore our patients’ self-esteem.
1. Implants in cases where there is little bone
We treat all cases, even those where patients have severe bone atrophy. In such cases, we apply our exclusive techniques:
All-on-4: The All-on-4 treatment concept revolves around a minimally invasive solution, without bone grafting, which enables us to provide patients with a full arch fixed prosthesis on the day of surgery. The technique is based on restoring a full arch supported by just four fixtures: two straight implants at the front, and two at the back, placed at an angle of up to 45º. This quick procedure gives greater patient satisfaction as regards functionality, appearance, sensation, speech and self-esteem. Moreover, treatment time and costs are greatly reduced.
Zygomatic implants: These implants are an excellent solution for patients with severe maxillary bone atrophy. Fixed to the malar bone, zygomatic implants enable us to fit a temporary prosthesis on the same day of surgery, without the need for grafting surgery. A few months after this, the final prosthesis can be placed over the implant. Zygomatic implants allow you to smile again from the first day, and to recover your quality of life quickly and definitively.
2. Minimally invasive guided surgery
Thanks to the new technologies and constant advances in dentistry, we can minimise patient discomfort. An example is the use of the CT scan, which enables us to reconstruct the maxilla in 3D and plan the exact position of implants and prostheses.
After thorough planning, and once the positioning of the implants has been simulated virtually and the correct position confirmed, we draw up a surgical guide that enables us to place the implants in the mouth without opening up the gum, without stitches, painlessly and with the best post-operational recovery, without disruption to the patient’s everyday life.
3. Same-day implants
To enhance patient comfort, we can extract damaged teeth and place implants and fixed prostheses in a single day.