The fastest and best way to replace a missing tooth is to increase it in 95-98% of cases. If for some reason the implant does not grow, it is possible to re-insert the implant in the same place where the wound heals.


The designs and surfaces of the implants are designed to grow as quickly as possible and last for a long time under certain conditions: if there is 2mm bone around the implant, 4mm gums, crown anatomy and material – zirconium in the gum area, good hygiene and remember not to use dental floss it is thought to break the bond between the crown and the gum, which allows bacteria to enter the area around the implant. The use of Sonicare toothbrushes and Waterpik oral irrigators is recommended.


So, if any of these important factors are missing (for example, insufficient bone volume or gum tissue or poor hygiene), which is a factor in the longevity of the implant, then the bone is grown (various techniques that work well).


By enlarging the gum (taking a graft of your gums or an artificial one), using a surgical guide, it is possible to place the implant exactly where it is needed without much intervention and twists. This allows the implant to be inserted quickly, gently, painlessly, and no additional surgery is required to insert the gum former.


One or more missing teeth can be replaced, but it is wrong to think that one implant can solve a significant lack of teeth and a large prosthesis can be based on it – you can base removable (total) prostheses and feel confident that the prosthesis will not fall out, significantly improving the quality of life


The dental implant is made of titanium alloy and is harmless to the human body (for example, implants from the Swiss manufacturer Straumann are each examined under a microscope and a warranty is given).


There are many different implant systems (eg Straumann, Neodent, Ankylos, Medentika, Prama) and it is important to ask the doctor who inserts the implant, the so-called dental implant passport with a fixed implant size, name (brand), date of insertion, because it is important information for the doctor and dental technician for the further production of the crown on the implant, and it is an essential condition for the longevity of the dental crown on the dental implant with the original parts of the corresponding implant. Good hygiene and regular check-ups at least once a year are important, as early detection of a problem can protect you from unwanted complications, so the implant will last longer.