Are you about to have dental implants? In our new blog article you can find some of the most important questions to explore before undergoing the procedure. Enjoy reading!
Over the last 25 years, dental implants have become much more easily accessible and the most preferred method for restoring missing teeth. But how are things when the patient has suffered a bone loss? Is it always necessary to perform procedures such as sinus lift or bone graft in order for the dental implant placement procedure to be successful? Read in our new article.
Dental implants have become an indispensable part of modern dentistry. Carefully planned and competently carried out, they represent a particularly high-quality form of dental prosthesis provision and give many patients a new quality of life. Nevertheless, implantation is and remains a surgical procedure that is also associated with a few risks. You can read about these risks in today's article.
For decades, dental implants have been the most revolutionary and reliable way to restore missing teeth. However, a number of patients ask themselves "What material are they made of?", "Which is the best?", "Are they dangerous to your health?", "Does the organism accept them as a foreign body?". The answer to these and many other questions related to the topic, read in our new blog article.