Dental implant treatment at Unident Clinic involves:
About dental implant treatment
Dental implant is the most predictable dental treatment and it is the ideal solution for replacing a missing tooth in the dental arch, thus conserving dental tissues.
A dental implant is an artificial root made of titanium or zirconium which are 100% biocompatible materials. Studies have shown a 98% success rate for implant treatments and highlights that patient quality of life is significantly improved.
Inserting technique of implants varies depending on the type of implant, the clinical situation and patient health.
Medical tests and jaws scans investigations are absolutely necessary in determining implant treatment plan.
Dental implants are contraindicated for patients with liver disease, metabolic, renal, or cardiac problems.
Dental implant treatment approach
Advanced surgical techniques in our clinic are performed by a medical team specialized in dental-alveolar surgery and implantology with more than 10 years clinical experience.
Advanced techniques, performant equipments and FDA, CE certified quality implants ensure the success of treatments.
We use revolutionary augmentation techniques and tissues regeneration – platelet membranes enriched with A-PRF fibrin and I-PRF platelet liquid and also advanced surgical dental implants insertion – Bone Splitting, Sinus Lifting, Bone Condensing, digital guidance, laser assistance, ultrasonic surgery which make it possible to solve complex clinical cases. Guided digital technique makes surgery fast, safe and comfortable for both patient and physician.
Implant treatment involves several therapeutic steps, developed over several months due to the need of obtaining tissue adaptation to new clinical situation and bone-integration of implants.
Both surgical laser and the therapeutic one make possible the non invasive interventions, without bleeding, pain, sutures or complications and accelerated healing.
It is believed that the dental implant is the safest dental treatment: its success rate goes to 98% over a period of 6 months when maintaining a rigorous oral hygiene and regular consultations presentation.
Patients with poor oral hygiene, smokers and those developing a systemic disease have a higher peri-implantitis risk.