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What is important when looking at dental implants?

Teeth can be lost for a number of reasons such as an accident, disease, or poor oral hygiene. And tooth loss hurts. The good news is that missing teeth can be functionally and estheti­cally restored. These days many patients choose dental implants.

What are dental implants?

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Every tooth consists of a root and a crown. When a tooth is lost, an implant can take on the function of the natural tooth root. After implantation, the bone grows around the dental implant so that, like a natural tooth, it is firmly anchored in the jaw bone. The individually pre­pared restoration is connected to the implant using an adaptor, which is also known as an abutment.

Dental implants have been scientifically proven for more than 30 years and have become an established treatment method.

Implant therapy is used to improve oral health and increases the quality of life over the long term.

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Why is an implant
the best alternative?

Function and esthetics

Bone is a vital or living system. This means that when there is no biting pressure, the bone is slowly lost (atrophy).
An implant counteracts this loss because it has a great side effect: it trains the jaw bone. This helps to preserve the bone and gums over the long term. An implant most closely resembles nature in terms of function and esthetics.

Comfort

A restoration with implants feels completely natural in the mouth. Talking, laughing, eating, kissing – with implants the most natural things in life are possible without any restrictions. Implants offer the greatest comfort even with fixed or removable dentures: The restoration sits softly on the gum, and it can be easily cleaned and cared for.

Investment

The common belief that dental implants are an expensive solution is soon put into perspective when the lifetime of an implant treatment is considered. Scientific studies verify the longev­ity of implants with optimal care and regular checkups. A high-quality implant treat­ment is thus a long-term investment in the future of your dental health.

  • Function and esthetics

    Bone is a vital or living system. This means that when there is no biting pressure, the bone is slowly lost (atrophy).
    An implant counteracts this loss because it has a great side effect: it trains the jaw bone. This helps to preserve the bone and gums over the long term. An implant most closely resembles nature in terms of function and esthetics.

  • Comfort

    A restoration with implants feels completely natural in the mouth. Talking, laughing, eating, kissing – with implants the most natural things in life are possible without any restrictions. Implants offer the greatest comfort even with fixed or removable dentures: The restoration sits softly on the gum, and it can be easily cleaned and cared for.

  • Investment

    The common belief that dental implants are an expensive solution is soon put into perspective when the lifetime of an implant treatment is considered. Scientific studies verify the longev­ity of implants with optimal care and regular checkups. A high-quality implant treat­ment is thus a long-term investment in the future of your dental health.

Safety

Implants are an established therapy. For more than 30 years it has been a safe and recognized method of treatment. As a result of continued research, the success rates nowadays are as high as 97 percent.

Implant treatment
means teamwork

Perfect dental esthetics can only be achieved by a team made up of the patient, the dentist, and the dental technician.

If the dentist does not perform the implantation, he or she will consult a specialized dentist, oral surgeon, or orthodontic surgeon and plan the course of the treatment in detail.

The dentist and the implant specialist will determine possible treatment alternatives and discuss a recommendation for the best solution. Involving the dental technician in the early stages of planning is very useful.

The dental technician tailors his or her work to the individual conditions and focuses on function, esthetics, and phonetics. For the most natural appearance, the shape, color, lumines­cence, and opacity of the dental restoration are appropriately designed.

This complex work has a critical effect on the appearance of the treatment result. After a healing phase lasting several months, the high-quality and customized dental restoration is inserted.

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Dental implants -
safe, proven and established

9 million
dental implants
worldwide every year


4 million

in Europe


1,3 million

in Germany

CAMLOG® and CONELOG® implants are characterized by their very high biotolerability. They are made of pure titanium or ceramic and are suitable for those with allergies.

Implant dentistry has become a firmly established discipline over the last 30 years. Implant dentistry was scientifically recognized by the German Association for Dental and Oral Medicine (DGZMK) in 1982. Long-term studies have demonstrated high success rates.

A safe feeling

Experienced and practiced dentists achieve outstanding results these days using the least invasive procedures possible.

Detailed preliminary examinations, the most modern imaging techniques, and computer‐aided navigation ensure the greatest safety when planning the surgery.

Various procedures from local anesthetic to twilight sleep or hypnosis to general anesthetic ensure optimal conditions for the most gentle treatment possible.