Dental implants

Dental implants are the most frequent and advanced treatment for tooth loss. They consist of titanium screws that are inserted in the jaw and that act as the foundation for a variety of dental prostheses.

The aesthetics are perfect, they will last for years and allow your teeth to function as if nothing had happened. Dental implants must be taken care of as if they were natural teeth. Every four months we schedule a quick check-up to guarantee a good development.

On top of their aspect and functionality, dental implants help stopping the degenerative process that starts with the loss of a teeth.

Frequently asked questions

How is a treatment with dental implants?

The placing of a dental implant is a surgical procedure that is performed with local anaesthetics. The intervention is short and completely painless. In most cases, you will be able to leave the clinic with a temporary substitution crown.

After the first intervention, we must wait as much time as it is needed for the integration of dental implant and bone tissue. Normally it takes a couple of months.

After the period of osseointegration, your implant will be ready to support a definitive crown. The crown will be cemented permanently to the implant and you will enjoy the aspect and full functionality of a natural teeth.

Can a dental implant fail?

Dental implants are a proven and completely safe technique. The chance of dental implants failing to integrate is really limited. However, dental implants do better in young and healthy bone. This is the reason we recommend acting as soon as the tooth loss has happened.

There are complementary treatments available que allow patients with low bone density to undergo treatment with dental implants. Among others: bone grafting, bone regeneration and sinus lift surgery.

In Joan Ramis Dental Clinic we have been working with dental implants since 2001. We have performed more than a thousand implants and our success rate is 98%.

What types of dental prostheses can a dental implant support?

Dental Implants can support a single piece, various adjacent missing teeth or a full set of teeth.

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