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Implants are materials that are placed in your mouth inside of bone, for acting as your original teeth.

We need to have healthy bone and gums in order to place an implant. 

In our clinic before beginning the treatment we analyze your mouth with 3D volumetric tomography films. So we can decide the if we can do it or not, and also the type, size and the position of implant. 

We use ;


-Biomet 3i


-Straumann ITI 







-Ceraroot (zirconium implants) implants

-PEEK implants


More and more people are getting dental implants to replace missing teeth. They're a long-term solution that is imbedded in your jawbone, just like your natural teeth. They even go your natural teeth one better, since they can't develop cavities. Plus, unlike fixed bridges or removable dentures, dental implants will not affect neighboring healthy teeth or lead to bone loss in the jaw. If properly cared for, dental implants can last a lifetime.


Implants are made of titanium metal that "fuses" with the jawbone through a process called "osseointegration." There's no short cut to get around that process, and it usually takes several months once the implant is put into your jawbone. Osseointegration, however, is why implants never slip or make embarrassing noises like dentures, and why bone loss is usually not a problem.

After more than 20 years of service, the vast majority of dental implants first placed by surgeons in the United States continue to function at peak performance. More importantly, the recipients of those early dental implants are still satisfied they made the right choice.


Short implant 5mm. length.

It's placed and then the root is extended and having very good stability.



During the period that we wait after the dental implant

placement surgery, implants are

usually covered by new gingival mucosa. After the period that we give for osseointegration

and healing, the second stage begins. We have to open the covered soft tissue and place

new gingiva formers.

In some cases it may be challenging to find the exact position of those implants, which may

create over surgeries, extra x rays and radiation and for sure time consuming.

Nowadays we have new instruments that work as titanium detectors, like the detectors that

are used for mine locating for example.

We insert the device into the mouth cavity and place the sensor on to gum tissue.

Continue to move slowly as you will get closer to the implant 4 led green lights will turn on

and then continue to move slowly if you see four orange lights on it means you passed the

implant so come back slowly and on exactly at top of the screw you will see middle green

spot light will be on.

Device has definitely no side effect at all for the patient and it works with electromagnetic


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