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We present a new and revolutionary approach in dental medicine. The basis of this approach is fitting of implants into the bone tissue, as a supplement for the tooth root.

What are the consequences of teeth loss and why is it important to replace the missing teeth?

This approach, which purports the fitting of implants, has significant advantages in regards to the classic approach which often included intervention and drilling of healthy and untouched teeth. With implants it is possible to:

- replace one or more missing teeth,
- make bridges on the implants and
- make base constructions on implants which serve as a support for prosthetic supraconstructions.

Figure 1 Simply put, the implants replace the tooth root and represent a functional and aesthetically pleasing replacement for the missing tooth.

Implants are fitted under antibiotic premedication (agreed taking of antibiotics) and local anaesthesia. As with some other procedures in dental medicine, with the antibiotic therapy, anaesthesia and careful work, we make sure the procedure is painless and without any inconveniences for the patient.

Fitting the implant into the bone is the first part of the implant therapy. After this phase, it is necessary to wait 3 months for the implant to optimally integrate with the bone (osseointegration), before moving on to the next phase of the therapy.

The prosthetic part is usually made 3 months after the initial implant fitting (sometimes 6 months).

In this period, if there is a need to or if the fitting zone is aesthetically important (front teeth), a temporary (provisional) prosthesis is fitted.

The prosthetic work is done when the full ceramics or ceramics on the metal construction is fitted. Depending on the indication, we will choose the optimal solution for every patient.

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