Implantology is the most advanced and promising area of dentistry, allowing patients of any age to successfully and reliably solve the problem of missing teeth.

Benefits of implantation

  • restoration of a tooth or group of teeth without affecting neighboring teeth;
  • lost teeth can be restored anywhere in the dentition and of varying lengths;
  • possibility of installing bridges on supporting implants;
  • ensuring reliable fixation of removable dentures using implants;
  • allows you to remove excess load from neighboring teeth, which means preserving them;
  • prevents bone atrophy at the site of the extracted tooth, makes it possible to maintain the level of bone tissue;
  • the volume of an artificial tooth on an implant does not exceed the volume of a natural tooth;
  • implants last many times longer than teeth under crowns;
  • provide high-quality chewing and a beautiful smile.

An implant is an artificial tooth that is implanted into the tissue of a person’s oral cavity. The implant acts as the root of a lost tooth, in other words, it is the basis for an artificial crown. The history of implantation is very broad - to date, a lot of research has been carried out in the field of implantation, many designs of implants, and various materials have been proposed, and the interaction of materials with body tissues has been studied. Most implants are made of titanium. The choice of this material is based on its unique biocompatibility with body tissues, due to which implant rejection does not occur. In addition, titanium implants are a strong and stable material.

When selecting implants, an individual approach is very important - each case of implantation is individual, therefore, before performing an implantation operation, our specialists conduct a thorough examination and analysis of the condition of the patient’s teeth and oral cavity to draw up a suitable operation plan for him.

There are two methods for installing implants:

Classic implantation. Consists of three consecutive stages (three visits to the dentist, not counting the preparatory ones). The first stage is the most complex and time-consuming - an implant is inserted into the bone tissue in place of the missing tooth. This is followed by a period of implant engraftment, during which the implant becomes more densely overgrown with bone and soft tissue heals. If the upper teeth are implanted, the healing period is usually 4 months, if the lower teeth are implanted - 3 months. After this, the second stage occurs - the installation of an abutment, which is screwed into the implant and will serve as a support for the crown. Also at the second stage, an impression is taken to make the crown. And finally, the third stage is installing the crown on the abutment.

With traditional implantation. Under anesthesia, an incision is made in the gum, the bone in the area where the implant is placed is exposed, a hole is made step by step for the implant, it is screwed in, and the gum is sutured. After 5-10 days, the stitches are removed. After the implant has healed, after 3-4 months, a hole is made in the gum through which a gingiva former is screwed - a special element for the formation of gums in the area of the future artificial tooth.


With prolonged absence of a tooth or due to inflammatory processes, the bone loses its volume and properties. Our clinic’s specialists are able to cope with these problems using osteoplasty:

  • guided bone regeneration
  • open and closed sinus lift
  • bone block transplantation.

Of almost all the ways to restore a missing tooth, an implant is the best choice.



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