Dentist Prague


Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Treatment Description:

What is an Implant?

A dental Implantis an equivalent of a tooth root, it is embedded in the bone of the mandible or maxilla and poses a pillar for prosthetic reconstruction, such as crown, bridge or denture. A dental Implants abroad are the only solution in dentistry, which does not mask the lack of a tooth, but forms properly functioning and well-looking new tooth. Implants in Prague are made of titanium. This material is completely biocompatible, and thus the body recognizes it as its integral part.

Can anybody have the Implants installed?

Most people, who are generally healthy, can undergo dental Implant surgery. Patients must have healthy gums and periodontium for the Implant to be stable. It is necessary to maintain an exemplary oral hygiene and regular dental visit. If you are considering Implant treatment, our doctors will be happy to advise you if implants are the ideal solution for you. The cases when implants may be contraindicated or require individual preparation include:

- smoking - which slows down and stops the healing process,
- excessive alcohol consumption - prevents periodontal healing process,
- periodontal disease (periodontitis) - periodontal disease must be cured before starting the implantation procedure to ensure the long-term success,
- people with weak immune systems - those taking steroids, autoimmune disease, or patients undergoing radiotherapy
- people with pathological clash of teeth (bruxism)




Can I be sure that the Cheap Implants in Prague will be a success?

Typically, the degree of success is 98% and depends on the place of implantation. With proper care and adequate postoperative oral hygiene, implants can serve the patient for life.

Is the Implant placement painful?

Most of the dental implants in the Czech Republic and dental implants in Poland are performed under local anesthesia. With modern treatment techniques and anesthesia, most patients report no discomfort during the procedure. After the treatment, slight pain and discomfort can be alleviated with painkillers.

What happens if I do not have sufficient Bone structure for the procedure?

In today's dentistry, there are effective methods for bone level augmentation in order to perform proper implementation, stabilization and maintenance of the Dental Implants. So you do not have to resign from Implants, if your bone is not sufficient.

What is the durability of implants?

Dental implants have been used for 30 years. From the moment of implantation, they may be with a patient for life, depending on how they are cared for. Like any supplement, your implanted tooth may be damaged by an injury, periodontal disease or improper oral hygiene.

How does the treatment look like?

After preparation of the treatment plan, the proper implantation treatment is performed. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia. The implant is implanted into the bone in the place of the missing tooth. During the healing of the jaw, a new bone "grows" around the implant (Osseointegration) which safely and effectively stabilizes the implant in the jawbone. After the process of osseointegration, the implant is attached to an element called a post, whose task is to hold a new crown, bridge or denture. Impressions for the prothetic work are taken, and finally the crown, bridge or denture is placed.

Treatment Time:

(Bone Reconstruction: performed during one visit, 6-12 months prior to the Implant placement)

First visit: Implant Placement (c. 1 hour)

Osseintegration: c. 3-6 months

Second Visit: Uncovering the implant, and crown placement

After Treatment:

Dental implants require the same care as natural teeth, including brushing at least twice a day, flossing and twice a year visit to the dentist and the removal of tartar (scaling).