Implantology

Dental implant surgical placement means placement of foreign bodies in the oral region, in order to provide better and more successful prosthetic rehabilitation. To date, the implants used extensively as a variety of materials with more or less success, since it is the body sooner or later rejected. How does dental implant looks like? Based on current knowledge, it can be said that metals such as stainless steel, chromium-cobalt-molybdenum alloys, precious metals and many polymers, bone tissue can be tolerated but not integrated. However, titanium, tantalum, niobium and others, like aluminum oxide ceramics, which are described as almost bioinert may be osteointegrated under certain conditions.

 

Our clinic Eurodent in Belgrade, Serbia, guarantee the safe and secure implant surgery, will provide you a more beautiful smile and allow you to save money, because of our affordable services at low cost implants. You can see it on presented picture how does it looks like:

Dental implants Adding dental implant
Tooth Implant eurodent Tooth implan

Implants that are widely used can be metallic or non-metallic origin. In manner and place of incorporation, as commonly applied so far mentioned subperiostal and intraosal (enosal) implants. Subperiostal are very much applied the sixties and seventies, to the development and application of new generation enosal implants were almost completely rejected.Enosal implants can be of different shapes: needle, plate (exfoliated), cylindrical, in the form of a variety of fasteners (screws) and others. Different in size and may be one or two piece, and of various lengths. Conventional (classical) dental prosthetics, along with preprotetic surgery, has certain limits and possibilities. Many patients from the psychological, aesthetic and functional reasons for wanting to wear the crowns, even though their local status, it does not allow. Many of them also believe that they crowns provide better quality of life. Development of such compensation in such cases is possible only after the installation of implants. Although today almost came more common, many of the problems that arise after the installation is not fully resolved, for example. establishment of epithelial insertion at the point of passing imlant through the oral mucosa, and others.Regardless of the type applied enosal implants, there are certain indications for their use:

 

- Total edentulism of upper and lower jaws;
– Shortened dental arch, bilaterally or unilaterally;
– Inserted crowns;
– Lack of a (usually) the front teeth.

Contraindications for implants can be:

General – chronic systemic disease (diabetes, liver cirrhosis, rheumatic and neurovascular diseases, etc.);

Local – adverse hygiene index, a very pronounced atrophy of alveolar bone, periodontium insufficient, an unfavorable schedule and location of remaining teeth.
It should be noted that the marked atrophy relative contraindication, as perfected in recent years and developed a combined method of simultaneous osteoplastic bone loss and implantation of cylindrical implants enosal.

Before proceeding to the act of implantation is necessary to do some preliminary work:
– A detailed personal history and routine laboratory analysis;

- Radiograph;

- Clinical and radiographic assessment of the condition of existing teeth and jaw bones;

- Preparation of study models;

- Determining the possible advantages or disadvantages of prosthetic rehabilitation using implants.