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Dental Implants

Dental implants serve as a substitute for the roots of missing teeth and act as an anchor to support the placement of a crown or a series of missing teeth.

Dental implants are an alternative to the roots of missing teeth and serve as a support to place a crown or a series of missing teeth. Implantology is the treatment that most faithfully replicates the natural tooth and is always considered the primary option for replacing a diseased or missing tooth. We use digital dentistry tools such as 3shape™ intraoral scanners, 3D printing of guides with Formlab™, and the computer-aided design of prosthetics (CFAO) to gather more data, enabling the dentist to achieve more predictable and reproducible results.

To carry out implants, we can perform a "sinus lift" and add bone structure if necessary. For individuals in need of a complete prosthesis, it is also possible to place implants if the bone structure is insufficient, thereby improving the comfort of the prosthesis.

  • Implants

  • Crowns on Implants

  • Prosthetics on Implants

  • Sinus Lift

  • Bone Graft

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