The dental implant is an artificial root that is implanted in the jaw instead of a missing tooth. This procedure takes place in local anesthesia, is low-risk and lasts between one and two hours.
Once the implant has healed, it can begin its actual service: the headboard (posts) is supplemented and artificial dental crowns, bridges or prostheses are anchored to it.
The implantation is always preceded by an exact X-ray survey and precise analysis of your jaws. Sometimes a bone structure is also necessary for permanent and fixed care.