Dental implants

A dental implant is the highest quality replacement for your own tooth. This is an artificial tooth root made of titanium, which connects to the bone. There are different areas of application: The supply of single tooth gaps, as well as treatment in the absence of all or several teeth next to each other.

What does the implant treatment include?

First, you come for a consultation, where a diagnosis is made. Often, a 3D X-ray (DVT) ( linkfor) an accurate case planning is also performed. Usually, several proposed solutions are offered and the various options are discussed with you. Either you will then come for another planning appointment or surgery will be planned right away.

During the operation, the stay in the office is about 45 to 90 minutes, depending on the extent of the operation. The duration of the operation can vary greatly depending on the extent, usually between 10 and 30 minutes. At the end you will be given a cooling bag, postoperative instructions and an appointment for suture removal.

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What costs should I expect?

A first consultation is free of charge.

In the case of a definitive case planning with preparation of treatment cost plans, we allow ourselves to charge a fee. This fee will be offset against the treatment costs in the case of implementation.

There may also be separate costs for the survey of findings, such as panoramic x-rays and 3D x-rays. If you have a recent panoramic X-ray or other documents, please bring them with you.

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How long will the Implants be good for?

Ideally, implants last a lifetime. As with natural teeth, implants may need to be removed prematurely. During peri-implantitis treatment, the inflammation of the tissue around the implant can be brought to a standstill. In this way we can ensure the continuity of the implant in the mouth.

We recommend regular control and professional oral hygiene. It is important to recognize the signs of inflammation at an early stage in order to be able to combat them successfully.

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