An implant is a biocompatible element, that is, it is accepted by the body without it rejecting it. They are usually titanium and come to replace the tooth root. In our clinic we use minimally invasive techniques (without stitches) to introduce them into the jaws and in a single intervention. Once placed in the maxilla, it needs a time of osseointegration to later put on it the missing piece. Implant prostheses are divided into fixed or removable prostheses. The fixed ones can be from one to all the dental pieces of the mouth. These fixed prostheses can be cemented or screwed to the implant. The removable ones on implants are the called overdentures, whose base of resin covers the dental implants and are connected to them by means of spherical attachments or system of anchorage for Locator implants.

Nowadays with minimally invasive intervention techniques and the proper use of anesthesia, it is practically painless. To avoid discomfort is recommended the administration of some analgesic or anti-inflammatory.

Before placing the prosthesis, we must ensure the good healing and osseointegration of the implant to the bone, which will guarantee a long life of the implant in the mouth.

Once the implant has been integrated into the jaw bone, studies have shown a survival rate of more than 90% after 15 years, however these studies also show that this depends on a high level of daily hygiene and regular maintenance in the consultation.

Patients should have healthy gums and enough bone in the jaw to accommodate the implants.

This happens very rarely, if the implant loosens during or just after the healing period, then it can be easily removed, the area is allowed to heal. Once the jaw bone has completely recovered, another implant can be placed in the same place.

Yes, once the treatment is finished, the patient will be able to eat normally and recover the safety he had lost due to the absence of teeth.


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