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Implant  supported  restorations

Implant supported crown

implant supported crownPatients who are missing a single tooth can easily replace it with an implant supported crown (instead of a traditional dental bridge). The procedure involves placing one implant in the area where the tooth is missing and later restoring it with a dental crown. The crown is made of ceramic material that can be tinted to perfectly match the patient's surrounding teeth.

Implant supported bridges

implant supported bridgesFor patients with several teeth missing, an implant supported bridge can be an ideal treatment solution. Depending on how many teeth are missing, two or more implants are strategically placed into the empty space; later, after healing, a prosthetic bridge is permanently screwed on. As always, the enamel- like ceramic material of the restoration will perfectly match the rest of the patient's natural teeth.

Implant supported dentures

implant supported denturesEdentulous patients (with all teeth missing) used to have only one treatment option available to them: a removable complete denture. Now, thanks to dental implants, a permanent (fixed) alternative exists. Depending on the case, four or more dental implants are surgically placed in each of the two arches. (only one arch can be restored also.) After healing, a restorative prosthesis is screwed on, giving the patient the look, the feel and the functioning that is as close to those of natural teeth as possible.