Dental implants have changed the face of dentistry in the last 25 years.
However, still working with them requires a great deal of knowledge and experience in the planning, surgery and remodeling methods of the tooth.
The Miladent Clinic specializes in implantology and teeth reconstructions. Doctor Dominik Łoś the founder of the Miladent Clinic is one of the best implantologists in the area (see here). In his career he implanted more than 5 thousand implants and designed over 6 thousand prosthetic works. By deciding to do your implant treatment in the Miladent Clinic, you can be sure that you are in good, professional and experienced hands.
What is a dental implant? The implant replaces the root of the tooth. Just like the roots of the tooth, dental implants are surgically placed in the jaw bone and are not visible. On them, the dentist physically rebuilds the crowns of the teeth (teeth visible in the mouth), or fixes the bridges/prostheses with connecting elements. Thanks to this, the reconstructed jaw looks completely natural, and the reconstructed teeth in the most physiological way fulfill their nature-like functions. Implants are made of titanium, which is a lightweight, strong and primarily biocompatible material, which means that it is basically not rejected by the body (98-99% of implants are accepted by the organism).
Contrary to popular stereotypes, it is important to know that implant treatment is a safe and painless procedure, and an experienced surgeon makes sure that the patient does not experience any major discomfort. The entire procedure lasts about 15-30 minutes on average, and the patient recovers well within a very short time.
At present, “all-on-four” and “all-on-six” solutions are extremely popular. This is a method dedicated to patients with total absence of teeth, which allows to complete dentition in the form of a non-removable porcelain bridge mounted on 4 (or 6) implants. It is more economical for the patient and gives the patient a great esthetic and functional comfort. Another form of functional prosthetic restoration is the implantation of a prosthetic implant on two implants via a bar.
Implants allow you to eat, chew, smile, speak and look quite natural. They improve physical well-being. The implantation procedure also has a social and psychological dimension. Furthermore, in addition to the missing teeth, implants help the patient maintain the shape and density of the jaw bone. This means that the implants also support the bones of the cranial face, and indirectly the tissues of the gums, cheeks and mouth.