Lack of dental elements


Intraoral incisions



Surgical time:

1 hour-6 hours

Postoperative clinical controls a:

3 gg oral hygiene check
10 gg oral hygiene check
1 month hygiene check and elastic and photos, from here it is sunny with protective cream
6 months: reopening of plants and 1 year control and photos

Pre-prosthetic surgery and implantology
The implantology consists in the insertion into the maxillary and / or mandibular bone structure, which has become edentulous, of small artifacts of various shapes and sizes, composed of biocompatible material, which, once perfectly osseointegrated, are suitable to create a crown or other types of dental prosthesis, or to remedy the problem of the lack of both a single dental element of both arches.
The dental implant as an artificial root inserted stably and functionally in the bone can effectively support a single capsule or a bridge, or it can be considered an excellent anchor for an unstable removable prosthesis or poorly tolerated by the patient. The dental implant also reproduces the functional stimulus typical of the natural root on the bone, which allows it to maintain shape and anatomy over time, thus avoiding the resorption process which results in tooth loss and which is even more pronounced under the pressure of the dentures
The advantages of dental implantology are therefore:
1) Replacing the missing tooth or teeth in a functional, aesthetic, lasting way over time.
2) Preservation of the integrity of natural teeth close to missing teeth that are not involved in the prosthesis.
3) Reconstruction and conservation of the anatomy of bone and gums of the edentulous areas. agree with the specialist the possible alternatives

What is Guided Surgery
Guided Surgery (eg Nobelguide) is a comprehensive treatment concept for all indications related to dental implants, such as diagnosis, planning and positioning. The advantage for dentists is the digital integration of the traditional diagnostic dental structure with a complete 3D view of the patient’s radiological anatomy as a basis for assessing and defining implant positions. The decision-making process is dictated by prosthetic needs and is based on bone availability and quality.
All the needs of the patient, biomechanical, functional and aesthetic, they are managed in the best possible way.
The Guided Surgery offers the possibility of performing safe and reliable minimally invasive surgical procedures and also supports immediate functionality and prosthesis construction.


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