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    What are Dental Implants

    What are Dental Implants

    Dental implants are a modern solution to missing teeth, and their use has become the standard in modern dentistry.

    A dental implant is a titanium or ceramic screw that is implanted into the jawbone and acts as an artificial tooth root. An artificial tooth or bridge is then placed on this “root”.

    Main Features

    • Material: Mostly made of titanium due to its high biocompatibility with the human body.
    • Durability: With proper care, implants can last for decades.
    • Functionality: Implants can restore chewing function and smile aesthetics.

    Advantages of use

    • Natural look. Implants look and feel like real teeth, providing a natural appearance.
    • Safety for neighboring teeth. Implant placement does not require grinding of neighboring teeth, making the procedure gentler.
    • Prevention of bone loss. Implants stimulate bone tissue, preventing it from atrophying at the site of the missing tooth.


    Thus, dental implants are an effective and long-lasting solution for restoring missing teeth, combining the benefits of aesthetics and functionality.

    Implant placement methods: from classic techniques to innovations

    Dental implant technology continues to evolve, offering patients more effective and painless methods of restoring their smile.


    The classic implant technique

    This method involves a two-stage implant placement, in which after the implant is inserted into the jawbone, a rehabilitation period of several months is carried out. This is followed by the second stage, which includes the placement of the abutment and dental crown.


    Immediate implant placement

    This method allows the implant to be placed immediately after the extraction of the affected tooth. This reduces the overall procedure and rehabilitation time.


    Basal implant placement

    The basal implant placement technique involves placing the implant into the basal bone tissue, which makes the procedure possible even if there is insufficient bone volume.


    Navigated implant placement

    Using computer modeling and special equipment, this technique allows dentists to accurately plan and control the implant placement process, minimizing risks and improving outcomes.

    Each of the above methods has its own indications, advantages and peculiarities. The choice of a particular method depends on the anatomical, physiological and clinical characteristics of the patient, as well as on the experience and preferences of the dentist.

    Everything you need to know about implant placement

    Implant placement is a complex medical process that requires precision and professionalism. Understanding the steps and techniques of implantation will help patients better prepare for the procedure and ensure a successful recovery.

    Stages of implant placement

    1. Preparation: Includes consultation, history taking, x-rays, and treatment planning.
    2. Surgical Stage: Direct placement of the implant into the bone tissue.
    3. Osteointegration period: The time it takes for the implant to fuse with the bone (usually a few weeks to a few months).
    4. Prosthetics: Placement of the abutment and crown on the implant.

    Methods of implant placement

    • One-stage placement: Placement of the implant and abutment at the same time.
    • Two-stage placement: Splitting the process into two stages with a break for osseointegration.

    Postoperative care

    After implant placement, it is important to follow a number of recommendations:

    • Avoid physical activity in the first few days after surgery.
    • Avoid consuming hot food and drinks for the first 24 hours.
    • Follow the doctor’s instructions on oral care, use prescribed medications.

    Brickell Dental Care offers patients comprehensive implant services. Our specialists perform diagnostics, select the optimal method, and restore lost teeth comfortably and safely. In the process, the doctor will tell you in detail about the stages of treatment and explain the necessity of each action, so that you feel calm and confident. To get an appointment at the clinic, make an appointment by calling (407) 863 6487 or online at the website. We will call you back to arrange a date and time for your visit.