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Implant therapy & regenerative procedures


Our team has more than 10 years of clinical experience in implantology and collaborates with world leading experts in this field.

Implants

The replacement of missing teeth with implants is nowadays a well established treatment option. Implants can be placed in both anterior and posterior regions, with a very high success rate. In addition to the long experience of the surgical team, a very precise and individual treatment plan will always precede any decision or intervention in order to favour the best aesthetic and biological treatment outcome.

The 2 Central incisors were replaced with 2 implants, following bone and soft tissue grafting. 4 full ceramic crowns were then inserted. The crowns are connected to the implants via metal-free zirconium abutments.
The 2 Central incisors were replaced with 2 implants, following bone and soft tissue grafting. 4 full ceramic crowns were then inserted. The crowns are connected to the implants via metal-free zirconium abutments.


Bone regeneration

Implant success is largely influenced by the balance between functional load and contact surface between bone and implant. If the amount of bone is insufficient in either width or height, bone regeneration could be necessary to make the replacement of missing teeth by implants possible. Different bone regenerative procedures can be proposed, according to the specific site conditions. Synthetic or allograph materials can also be used in addition to the patient’s natural tissue to augment the quantity of regenerated bone.

Sinus lift

Maxillary sinuses often reduce the bone height available in the posterior region of the upper maxilla. If needed, the sinus floor can then be elevated and a bone graft placed in this area to allow implant placement.

he extension of the maxillary sinus toward the alveolar crest prevented the placement of an implant in the first molar region (left). After extraction of the second premolar, an implant was placed in combination with a bone graft, elevating the sinus floor and creating a much better implant recipent site (right)
Soft tissue augmentation

A good quality and amount of tissue around implants or pontic sites (where a tooth is missing) is important for an optimal biological and aesthetic result. Different soft tissue surgical procedures exist to solve these problems, which are routinely performed in our clinic.