The loss of one or more teeth can have a major impact on the quality of life, especially if the gap is in the anterior region. Due to the loss of teeth, you are not only inhibited when speaking or eating. It is also no longer possible to laugh beautifully and carefree. Dealing with other people can also be very stressful for those affected.
It is all the more important to find a high-quality and aesthetically sophisticated solution to permanently close tooth gaps. Modern Dental Implants offer a wide range of treatment options that help you functionally and aesthetically to restore beautiful teeth and a radiant smile.
What are dental implants for a healthy mouth?
Dental implants are modelled on the natural tooth root. They are made of biocompatible titanium or ceramic and are firmly anchored in the bone of the jaw as artificial tooth roots. Once fused with the bone, an implant then provides fixed support and stability to a dental prosthesis in the form of a bridge, crown or prosthesis. You can use dental implants to fill individual tooth gaps, to close larger gaps or in a completely toothless jaw.
A dental implant is usually made up of three parts. The basis is the implant, which is anchored in the jawbone. A small connecting piece is attached to this, which then carries the implant crown. In addition, there is also a two-part implant structure in which the new tooth crown is attached directly to the implant. So-called mini-implants are also used to manufacture one-piece dental implants, some of which can be inserted in just a single treatment session.
Health Benefits of Dental Implants
Implant-supported dentures have many advantages over conventional dentures for both aesthetic and functional reasons.
A high-quality dental implant is very stable and well-tolerated. Its appearance can no longer be distinguished from your own teeth. It ensures closed rows of teeth and a beautiful, uniform overall appearance. It also offers you a high level of comfort and durability. Dental implants lead to a significant increase in the quality of your life. You can speak, eat, bite or laugh as normal again without noticing any difference to your natural teeth.