All of our implants are manufactured in titanium, a biocompatible material with a high success rate, and are treated to give a homogeneous porosity so that the surface structure is similar to human bone, thereby promoting quality and speed in its integration with the bone.

Dental implants: the best solution to the loss of natural teeth

Regain your quality of life

Dental implants alleviate problems linked to tooth loss, such as malocclusion, reduced masticatory function, speech defects and even the psychological effects that can occur.

Maximum fit and reliability

After placement and when maintained correctly, dental implants last just as long as natural teeth.

Similar to the root of a natural tooth

All of our implants are treated so that their structure is similar to human bone, which encourages their integration with the jawbone.

What is a dental implant and how are they fitted?

Dental implants are screw-shaped components used to support a dental prosthesis.

The professional will select the most suitable surgical technique for its placement, depending on the particular case and after thoroughly studying the patient’s individual medical history, as well as performing a clinical examination and taking X-rays.

Steps in fitting an implant

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The implant is fitted directly into the jawbone to replace the root of the natural tooth.

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A titanium post is inserted into the implant, to support the crown or prosthesis.

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A crown is fitted to replace the missing tooth.

Prosthetic options available

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Fixed prostheses

The solution that is most similar to natural tooth. The prosthesis is fixed onto the implants.

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Overdenture

The overdenture is attached to a small number of implants and stabilised using attachments. Maximum comfort when speaking or chewing.

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Single-tooth crown on implant

A reliable, aesthetic alternative to the traditional dental bridge, as it causes less wear on adjoining teeth.

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How should I take care of my implants?

Maintaining good oral hygiene is essential so that the dental implants remain in optimum condition and to prevent periodontal disease or other oral health issues. Would you like some tips from us?

  1. Brush your teeth gently with short, elliptical movements after every meal.
  2. Don’t forget to brush your tongue from back to front.
  3. Rinse with mouthwash.
  4. Use dental floss to help prevent bacterial build-up in areas where brushing doesn’t reach.
  5. Replace your toothbrush every three months.
  6. See a dentist regularly and get your teeth professionally cleaned at least once a year.
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How should I take care of my implants?

Maintaining good oral hygiene is essential so that the dental implants remain in optimum condition and to prevent periodontal disease or other oral health issues. Would you like some tips from us?

  1. Brush your teeth gently with short, elliptical movements after every meal.
  2. Don’t forget to brush your tongue from back to front.
  3. Rinse with mouthwash.
  4. Use dental floss to help prevent bacterial build-up in areas where brushing doesn’t reach.
  5. Replace your toothbrush every three months.
  6. See a dentist regularly and get your teeth professionally cleaned at least once a year.

Do you need further assistance?

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