SOME GENERAL FACTS ABOUT DENTAL IMPLANTS
What are Dental Implants?
A Dental Implant is an artificial substitute of dental roots. Implants can be of different shapes and sizes like a screw, cylinder, lamina or a structure that is placed over the bone and under the gingiva. The teeth that are going to be replaced are bonded to the portion of the implant that extend beyond the gingival line. The type of Dental Implant to be placed depends on each specific case.
What do the Dental Implants do?
- Replace missing teeth.
- Support a complete denture, making it safer and more comfortable.
- Support a fixed bridge, avoiding two problems: There will be no need for a removable prosthesis, and no need to prepare neighboring teeth for crowns.
- An implant can replace a single tooth, without altering neighboring teeth.
- Stabilize teeth with mobility.
- Help maintain bone quality.
Could I benefit from a Dental Implant?
In almost every case patients can opt for Dental Implants.
How is the treatment done?
Depending on the Dental Implant to be placed, a surgical procedure is performed for placement. Oral Rehabilitation will be done later. Surgical procedures vary according to each case and implants used.
All Dental Implants are built under the highest quality standards. That, in combination with state of the art techniques and equipment, optimize the treatment plan.
Our Experience With Dental Implants
We know Dental Implants! Our Credentials, theoretical knowledge, and Clinical practice support us. We are always studying and innovating. We are the leading Dental Clinic in Implant Dentistry in Costa Rica. Ours was the first Clinic to work with Dental Implants more than 35 years ago, and today we are the only Dental office to work with One Stage immediate Implants and Two Stage delayed Implants.
We are pioneers in the Implant Dentistry field.
We have over 35 years of experience in Implant Dentistry, with more than 30,000 implants placed to date.
We use the latest technology for Implant Placement. We have insite Cone Beam CT Scan for Three Dimensional Imaging. This allows us to plan the best trajectory for Implant placement and avoid all important Anatomic Structures and maximize bone availability.
WE HAVE DIFFERENT TYPES OF DENTAL IMPLANTS AVAILABLE:
THE TWO STAGE PERMANENT IMPLANT (DELAYED LOAD)
For more information about Delayed Load Dental Implants click HERE
THE ONE STAGE, OSTEOCOMPRESSIVE IMPLANTS, (IMMEDIATE LOAD)
For more information about Immediate Load Dental Implants click HERE