The placement of a dental crown is the last phase of the treatment with dental implants. There are different types of crowns, but which one is the best choice for prosthetics on dental implants? Find the answer in our new article.
A dental implant placement procedure is performed by inserting the implant into the jawbone, with the goal of successfully replacing the missing natural root. A dental crown is then placed on the head of the dental implant (called an abutment), which completely restores normal masticatory function.
The most frequently asked question to us is whether patients with periodontitis can be treated with dental implants and in most cases, they sound quite disillusioned. What do we answer them? Read in the following lines.
What are the main differences between classic and basal implants? Which type is appropriate in your particular case? Are dental implants suitable for patients with diabetes, periodontitis, or severe bone atrophy? You will find the answers to these and many other questions below. Enjoy reading! :)