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TYPES OF IMPLANT TREATMENTS

At Zamora Dental Centre we offer you the most effective and up-to-date implant treatments.

  • 3D CT TREATMENT PLANNING

    With the 3D CBCT system we evaluate the amount of bone available in height and width, as well as its quality. This allows us to select the most appropriate or carry out regenerative techniques in cases where the quantity of bone is insufficient.

  • SINGLE IMPLANTS

    A single implant occurs when only one tooth needs replacing, either through loss (knocked out, tooth decay, root fracture, as a result of a cystic process etc.) or through agenesia (it never existed).

  • MULTIPLE IMPLANTS

    In some cases, the absence of pieces is generalised or total. For this reason, we can replace significant dental stretches using two or more implants (a supported implant bridge). If all the maxillary teeth are missing, we can replace them with five or six implants.

  • POST-EXTRACTION

    When it´s imposible to conserve a tooth (because of a fracture, tooth decay etc), we can plan the extraction of the affected tooth and the simultaneous insertion of an implant avoiding, or minimising, the bone reabsorption that might occur after extraction.

  • BONE REGENERATION

    Nowadays, regenerative procedures are available capable of forming bone whrere before there was none. Therefore, if a patient needs implants for a reconstruction yet lacks sufficient existing bone, we can "generate" it and then proceed with fixing the implant.

  • LIFTING MAXILLARY SINUS

    This surgical technique permits augmentation of the upper maxillary bone with the aim of creating an adequate bone base to introduce osteointegrated implants in those cases where the existing bone quality doesn´t permit it. During this phase, space is generated by lifting the sinus floor to subsequently introduce a biocompatible material which transforms the bone. After some months have passed, the implants can be fitted.

  • DENTURES OVER IMPLANTS

    Traditionally, when a patient loses all of their teeth, they opt fo a prosthesis or a full set of dentures. These cause irritation because of the prosthesis moving, creating comfort and stability problems. Thanks to the implants, the level comfort is significantly increased for a complete denture, reducing any movement.

  • PERIIMPLANTITIS

    On some occasions implants, like teeth, might be affected by bacterial infection originating from the loss of bone around the implants (periimplantitis) or from mucal infection surrounding the implant (peri implant mucositis). Nowadays, because of the enormous number of implants being fitted, and because they might receive little or no dental care, this situation appears more frequently and requires treatment.

IMPLANTS Q&AS

How is the dental implant held in place in the bone?

When is it best to have the implant?

How can I deal with the absence of an isolated tooth?

How can one recover the loss of several teeth in a row?

How can I rehabilitate my mouth when I have no teeth at all?

Is dental implant treatment painful?

Can I have implants fitted at the same time that my teeth are taken out, or should I wait?

What care needs to be taken of the implants during the osteointegration period?

When might I need special surgical procedures?

What does the maintenance phase consist of?