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In the preliminary investigation we check the bone quality, neighbouring teeth and the quality of the soft tissues. We provide the surgical plan according to the prosthetic objective. Concerning referral patients, we work in accordance with the specifications of the referring dentist.

For all day patients, implants are fitted in the jaw-bone under local anaesthesia, partial anaesthesia or, if requested, also under general anaesthetic. Normally implantations are painless. We prefer the least invasive and careful operation methods – allowed by the three-dimensional planning of the volume tomography. By the use of navigation stencils the pre-surgical planning can be realised during the operation in such a way that the implant will be placed where the crown or bridge is required later.

For sensitive patients with a fear of dentists, we offer special therapeutic concepts. You will find detailed information about these under the navigation concept “Dental Treatment Fear”.

The body accepts the implant like its own tissue and allergic reactions are not known. During an individually determined healing period the bone grows together firmly with the implant. It forms a stable foundation for the new teeth.

The technical term for the connection between implant and bone is called osseointegration. After the healing period the new teeth – crowns, bridges or whole tooth rows – will be fixed on the implant. The implant takes over the job of the natural roots. Similar to the roots the implants constantly transfer the forces originating from mastication into the jawbone. The bone is strained in a healthy way and remains vital.

With good oral hygiene and regular control, implants can last a lifetime.