If the patient is missing one, some or all of the teeth, the doctor may suggest different treatment options. One of them may be implant placement. It allows the dentist to replenish the teeth lost for various reasons in a way that imitates nature. In our clinic, we use several types of implants, which facilitates a precise individual adjustment to all the needs and possibilities of the patient.

We use implants of the most recognised companies in the world:

  • implants of the German company Bego-Semados
  • implants of the Swiss company SWISS IMPLANT SYSTEMS
  • top-class Swiss Straumann implants

At the RODENTIS Dental Clinic, all surgical procedures are carried out by oral or dental surgeons.

The course of implant treatment:

  • Surgical part – placing the implant in the bone
  • Prosthetic part – making restorations based on the obtained “artificial root”, i.e. an implant.

What is an implant?

An implant is an “artificial root” of a tooth, implanted in the patient’s bone. It is made of the highest purity titanium, which is a biocompatible metal accepted by the human body as its own tissue.

What does the procedure look like?

Careful planning is essential for the procedure to be safe and precise. The first stage of treatment is always a consultation. The surgeon conducts a thorough interview, confronting the patient’s expectations with the existing possibilities. Then the dentist performs an examination of the alveolar process and the alveolar part of the mandible and assesses the occlusal conditions. During the consultation, the patient obtains information about the stages of implant treatment, its benefits and costs. On request, the dentist will present clinical cases, including photos and videos or models similar to the patient’s current situation. During the first visit, precise digital radiological diagnostic imaging is always performed, showing the condition of the patient’s bones. A dental implant of an individually selected size is inserted by a surgeon into the maxillary and/or mandibular bone – in the area of missing teeth. The treatment site is properly secured. The procedure is performed under special local anaesthesia, the duration of which is several times longer than the time of the procedure. It gives the patient full comfort, even long after returning home. The next visit takes place after approx. 10-14 days. The surgeon then controls the previous stage, i.e. assesses the implant site and removes the sutures. The implant fully integrates with the bone within a few months (from 3 to 6 months). After this time, the implant is exposed, forming the shape of the gums, and a prosthetic restoration is made.
In selected, eligible cases, we use an individual treatment protocol, inserting an implant with a temporary crown immediately after tooth extraction. We are able to provide each patient with a temporary restoration, securing the smile and maintaining the chewing function during the integration of implants.