Implantology Treatment options for replacing missing teeth are bridges and full or partial dentures. Although they solve the short-term cosmetic problems of missing teeth, they have no effect on preventing bone loss in the missing tooth area.

X-ray view of Conventional implant

How it is done?

Conventional dental implants are one of many different types of dental implants. The implant is divided into two parts: the root component and the tooth component. The two components are connected to each other by a small screw. This implant is an effective solution for permanent tooth loss.

Conventional dental implants must be allowed to heal and fuse with the jaw, and immediate dental implants are no exception.