What is a dental implant?
A dental implant is the alternative to routine reconstructions, such as a fixed bridge or a removable denture. A dental implant is a substitute for the root of a natural tooth. It is the basis for reconstruction. A single dental implant consists of 2 main parts.
The first part is the implant.
A titanium screw, surgically inserted into the jaw bone. When this implant has healed (fused with the bone), the second part can be attached.
The second part is the attachment
This abutment or post fits into the implant and passes through the gum. It links the implant with the choice of prosthesis. This could be a single tooth or a crown, as illustrated above, or a multi-tooth bridge or even a clip-on denture.
Implants are not a new idea. For generations, man has struggled to replace missing teeth with a fantastic variety of so-called implants. It seemed like a logical theory to replace missing teeth by emulating the way they naturally form. Now with today’s technology and materials, such an idea can become a reality.
A 95-100% success rate.
In our practice, we only work with dental implants that demonstrate a high quality of research and documentation over several years. We have contributed to this documentation with an enviable success rate of 95 to 100% for different treatment methods.
Quality of life
The high degree of predictability for dental implants ensures that we can confidently offer a more advanced alternative to conventional restorative techniques and help improve your quality of life.
Galimplant’s IPX implants guarantee a firm and long-lasting bond with the bone and provide a solid foundation to support tooth replacement for many years, possibly even a lifetime.