Dental Implants, Berlin, Potsdam

Dental implants

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Immediate loading dental implants are the fastest and most comfortable dentures solution

Sinus lift – elevation of the antrum and bone augmentation with bone substitute material – placing dental implants in difficult cases

Distraction: dental implants without bone formation due to stretching

Dental Implants – Dentures for stability and aesthetics after tooth loss

If inlays, crowns or bridges as dentures are no longer sufficient Dental implants an ideal variant to close the resulting tooth gap. Because: Radiant white teeth are the dream of many people. They stand for health and aesthetics.

Not always can the natural teeth be preserved to the extent that they form a nice dentition. An implant gives the damaged denture its full functionality. This means that the masticatory apparatus remains permanently resilient through the use of high-quality dental implants. In Berlin we offer a comprehensive consultation for esthetic dentures and high-quality implants.

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Dental implants

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are also referred to as dental implants and are comparable to an artificial tooth root. The word “implant” comes from the Latin and can be freely translated as an “inserted piece”. It is a specially adapted to the patient part, which is used in the human jaw bone and as adequate replacement for natural teeth can be seen.

A dental implant is used when there is a loss of one or more teeth and the replacement should maintain the same quality of life without compromise.

implant abutment

The dental implants are attached by your dentist in Berlin in the jawbone. For this purpose, it must not show inflammation (peri-implantitis) or irritation. A dental implant consists of three parts:

  • Of the implant body is attached in the jawbone,
  • of the implant abutment sticks out of the bone,
  • and the implant crown should replace the teeth.

The design of the implant screw resembles the tooth root of an anterior tooth in the upper jaw and is provided with a progressive special thread to find optimal implant retention in differently structured bone tissue.

Dental implants are placed in the inflammation-free, edentulous jaw section, in which the dental implant is anchored in the jawbone. Immediately after a tooth extraction, an immediate implant can be introduced. Today, almost exclusively so-called ennossale implants are used – that’s it Inserting implants in the jawbone meant.

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The benefits of dental implants

Thanks to state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and professional treatment methods in dentistry, a dental implant is one today full replacement for the teeth – whether incisors, corner or molars: A dental implant can be used anywhere on the jaw.

The sturdy construction gives the patient his full biting power, because the force transfer of an implant to the jawbone is identical to that of real teeth – this prevents the bone from losing substance.

A dental implant is not only recommended from a medical point of view, but also in aesthetic terms, because a professionally made dental implant is hardly distinguishable from the natural tooth substance. Anyone who first decides to integrate implant-borne dentures into the natural dentition should know the possibilities of modern oral surgery today and how an experienced implantologist works.

History of Dental Implants

The story of Dental Implant is long. In dentistry, pioneers tried to transplant solid teeth back into the bone, giving their patients a solid quality of life teeth. There were many setbacks, but not so long ago by our own professional representatives this form of therapy of the dental implant was questioned.

The bi-annual international dental fair IDS in Cologne clearly puts Dental Implant in the spotlight of science and technology and practical dentistry. Thus, the world’s largest specialist event on the subject of dental implant is clearly a source of inspiration and groundbreaking in the dental industry. In March 2017, it will take place next time.

Importance of jaw implantation

Dental implantation is a surgical procedure used in dentistry to implant implants in the jawbone. In this form of dentures, however, it is not enough that the dentist uses a dental implant or multiple implants in the jawbone.

Because many patients who require a jaw implant have already had bone mineral loss in the jawbone, the dentist must first build up bone mass before the prosthesis can be used.

However, the approach of placing an implant varies, depending on whether dental implants are used in the upper or lower jaw: While the quality of the bone mass in the lower jaw can be estimated by ultrasound in advance, the dentist in the upper jaw often notes only during drilling, whether this jaw bone has sufficient strength to be able to wear the dental implant permanently or whether a more extensive procedure is necessary for the setting of the highest quality dental prosthesis.

What is meant by 3D-digitized and -navigated dental implantology?

The digitalization of dentistry means that work processes that previously had to be done technically or manually can now be implemented more simply, faster and more precisely digitally. Patients benefit from digitized and navigated dental implantology in several ways.

Digital X-ray (OPG and DVT) has a relatively low radiation exposure and measures the jaw absolutely precisely. Thanks to 3-D diagnostics, reliable information on bone availability is collected in dental implantology. In the further course, three-dimensional software programs calculate the planned tooth replacement (implant crown, implant bridge) with great detail.

With the 3D-based implant planning, an immediate restoration by means of immediate loading is often possible. Even the implantation itself uses the latest technology. Computer-assisted implant navigation results in clinically acceptable accuracy and success rates of over 90% (no implant loss after 12 months).

What are the advantages of digital dental implantology??

For dental implantology, digital procedures mean an optimization of the workflow, the dentist dr. Seidel and patient benefits. Starting with the three-dimensional imaging, through the digital analysis and planning, up to the creation of the denture, the digital implantology allows an anatomically ideally fitting and positioned restoration with prosthetics. Stereolithographic drilling templates ensure the optimal use of the jaw even with significantly reduced bone supply, so that at best eliminates the augmentation. Whereby, even after bone formation, the surgical procedure can be optimized and made more efficient thanks to digital methods.

Procedure for implant placement with dentist stein

Are you looking for a dental implants supply in Potsdam or Berlin? Seidel in good hands. With us, you will first receive comprehensive consultation and examination in order to capture the potential for setting dental implants and to include your wishes before treatment as well as possible in dental medicine. Once the appropriate procedure has been found, any necessary pre-treatment and implant placement can begin in one of our practices in Kleinmachnow – between Potsdam and Berlin.

Pretreatment of implant placement in our practice between Berlin and Potsdam

In Kleinmachnow, easy to reach from Berlin and Potsdam, we set dental implants according to the latest state of dentistry. After the preliminary examination, your dentist will pre-treat the teeth, which are suffering from decay or periodontal disease. Also, gingivitis must be treated first, because they can later lead to an implant complication by their inflammatory potential.

Teeth with a root inflammation at the apex of the root have to be treated with a root canal treatment by Dr. med. Seidel be rehabilitated. All non-maintainable teeth are removed by a tooth extraction. Any existing cysts in the jawbone should also be promptly removed before dental implants can be placed.

If the jaw bone loses substance and shrinks, it must be built up as part of an augmentation before the implant can be placed. Dr. Seidel now explains in detail what comprehensive options are available for good oral hygiene for subsequent implant care. Many satisfied Potsdam and Berlin patients remain loyal to our practice for prophylaxis.

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Causes of bone loss

There are several reasons for the bone loss, which can make a jaw structure necessary. The most important causes are tooth loss, periodontitis, peri-implantitis or dentures. Thus, the loss of teeth in a certain area of ​​the jaw can cause the bone to regress at this point. This is a natural reaction of the body to tooth loss, that happens during the healing process.

In periodontitis the bone loss sets in, if no dentures is anchored in the jaw. This accelerates with tooth loss that has not been replaced with an implant as quickly as possible. Peri-implantitis is one Inflammation of the bone bed, which was caused by dental implants. In the case of peri-implantitis, the implants in question must be removed and replaced with new jaw implants. There are various numbers circulating how common peri-implantitis may be with a dental implant.

Dentures in the form of prostheses can contribute to a reduction in bone mass, because they are stimulated by tensile and compressive forces that prevail in a complete dentition to grow. This is not the case with a prosthesis, because here the contact surface on the bone is smaller than that of the natural teeth.

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Bone build-up before inserting dental implants

If the bone needs to be set up before the jaw implants can be used, Dr. Seidel different methods to choose from. The most popular variant is at your dentist for Potsdam and Berlin the procedure using autogenous bone. He takes it from another part of the oral cavity – usually the lower jaw – bone mass, which is used at the place where the dental implants are to follow later. If a larger bone mass is needed, the physician takes it from the pelvic area of ​​the patient.

Another common practice that your dentist offers is Guided Bone Regeneration. In this case, the bone mass at the point where the jaw implants are to be inserted is specifically stimulated to grow.

The respective area is surrounded by a membrane, which dissolves in the course of the procedure, so that a further intervention is not necessary. The Method of bone splitting is used when a narrow alveolar ridge is present. This is from Dr. Seidel split and stretched. In addition, the use of alloplastic materials has been widespread since the late 1980s. Berlin was one of the pioneers of this procedure in Germany. These are minerals that are inserted either in the form of a block or as granules between the mucous membrane and bone.

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This is how your dentist puts a dental implant

After the preliminary examinations and the first dental treatments, the implantation will be carried out by your dentist. From the point of view of the dentist, it is a small surgical procedure that can be performed safely under local anesthesia. A visit to a dental clinic is not necessary.

Patients see this in part differently, for them the procedure is comparable with an osteotomy or a Wurzelspitzenresektion. However, this comparison with a difficult tooth surgery is subjectively considered. With great anxiety, the treatment can be done at your dentist near Berlin and Potsdam in sedation or general anesthesia.

During an implant surgery, Dr. med. Seidel a cut in the mucosa, so that the relevant surgical area for the dental implant is exposed. For each implant, there is an initial hole that is placed in the jawbone.

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implant treatment

For implant bed preparation, your dentist successively expands the drill hole in the jaw with increasing drill sizes up to the desired implant diameter and the required implant length. Thereafter, the artificial tooth root can be rotated directly into the borehole. The insertion of the dental implants in the prepared bone is done by manual (ratchet with torque) or mechanical (elbow) screwing. Now the dental implant sits congruent and stable in the bone bed.

Closing the implant body

The implant body must be closed – using so-called Healing. He then folds back the mucous membrane and seals it with sutures saliva-tight.

The cover screw of the implant can make contact with the oral cavity or it is covered by the mucous membrane. Here, a distinction is made between the one-time and the two-stage procedure with implant exposure.

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One-time procedures

If you choose the one-step procedure with your dentist in Berlin, he can start with the implant prosthetics after setting the dental implant. After careful diagnosis, it is then not necessary to wait for the healing period of several months. With the right system and ideally an immediate load is conceivable here.

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  • When immediate loading with implants is possible

Two-stage procedure

In our dental practice, the two-stage procedure is predominantly used today, because the dental prosthesis is thus safer and more flexible, and the healing after the empirical healing times usually proceeds without complications.

Antibiotic prophylaxis in implantology

In many cases, your dentist will prescribe antibiotic prophylaxis as part of the implant placement, which optimally supports wound healing. It is also possible to realize an immediate denture by a temporary dentures is introduced through a temporary.

This does not withstand great loads, e.g. can arise through occlusion. If you would like an immediate loading of the implants from your dentist in Berlin, he can use a bar construction or a fixed implant bridge. This requires four to eight implants depending on the bone quality and planned superstructure on the dental implant.

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How long does a dental implant have to heal??

The osseointegration (healing phase) of the dental implants can last up to three months in the lower jaw, in the upper jaw six months can be estimated until the jawbone encloses the implant. Then, as a patient, you can assume that the dental implants will remain permanently in the jawbone and that they will be fully functional as full dentures.

After this healing phase of the dental implants takes place in our practice in Berlin, the so-called implant exposure, in which the dental implant is prepared with a gingiva former for the functional impression of the implant crown.

It is important that the organism does not repel the artificially implanted tooth root. Only then can the Dental implants permanently in the dentition remain and will fulfill their full functionality. Dr. Seidel considers a longer healing phase when implanting the implants in the jawbone, so that the artificial tooth root should be able to grow together well with the gums.

In order to relieve anxiety in patients with dental anxiety, we also offer all implants in our dental practice in Berlin in deep sleep under general anesthesia or sedation.

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Compatible materials

Modern dental implants should remain in the jawbone long term. For this reason, your dentist in Berlin today mainly uses compatible materials for a dental implant, which are well accepted by the body. The focus is on biocompatible substances of high strength. Implants are made of pure titanium or titanium alloys. In implantology, few allergic or repulsive reactions to titanium implants are known.

As an alternative to titanium, a dental implant can be obtained from Dr. med. Seidel made of ceramic. This substance is also well accepted by the body as a tooth root. However, ceramic implants or various mixtures are considered less stable and resistant.

In order to avoid unnecessary stress on the jawbone and to use a dental implant, modern dental surgery therefore generally uses extremely resilient materials which have proven themselves in practice as an artificial tooth root.

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What are conical dental implants?

Today, preferably three implant molds are used. These are cylindrical implants, stepped and conical implants. Above all, its conical shape, which is similar to the tooth root, makes the conical implant suitable for a variety of applications. Conical implants are available as a screw implant or as a stepped cylinder implant.

How are they different from other implants??

Tapered implants differ from the other implant shapes in their shape, which tapers slightly downwards. Depending on the implant system, the implant has a self-tapping or normal thread. The biggest advantage is the screw shape of the implant, which gives it a very stable hold in the jawbone. Compared to the conical implant, the leaf and disk implants, which are hardly used today, are not very reliable, especially with regard to stability. These implant shapes are constructed as a flat leaf or disc and are inserted into a slot milled along the jawbone. Conical implants are convincing due to their high stability.

When do conical dental implants come into use??

Immediate restoration immediately after tooth loss with an implant is routinely used on conical implants. Another important area of ​​application is a low bone density or less viable bone substance. For this implant shape, a bone crest width of less than six millimeters is sufficient. Due to the conical screw shape of the implant, internal implantation and simultaneous expansion of the bone tissue occur during insertion of the implant. This process, in combination with the screw thread, ensures a reliable hold of the implant. Often this can be a burdening bone structure can be avoided. Despite the excellent properties of conical implants with too low bone content, experienced implantologists recommend the use of tapered implants with progressive threads, such as those offered by innovative systems such as Ankylos implants. These are premium implants that have enjoyed great popularity in the German dental market for 20 years.

An important area of ​​application for conical implants is the successive bone protrusion in the context of implant bed preparation. In these cases, tapered implant screws of increasing size are used to ensure gentle stretching and densification of the implant bed.

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How to use conical dental implants?

Dental implantation of conical implants always depends on the current requirements. If sufficient bone material is available, only one bone bed needs to be prepared. This is done by spreading and compressing the bone. If the bony substance is not sufficiently stable due to already existing bone loss, a sinus floor elevation by means of sinus lift may be required or bone substitute material may be introduced. In severe degradation of the bone floor, the structure of the jaw bone is done by a bone graft. These methods are, as already mentioned, only necessary if there is not enough available bone.

Other types of dental implants by Dr. med. Seidel in Berlin

Among other things, these types of implants are used:

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Implants as a replacement for multiple teeth with edentulous

If necessary, an experienced implantologist can replace a number of missing teeth with dental implants. Also, an implant serves as a support when e.g. after toothless one Implant bridge or implant prosthesis is attached.

Even the extension of a short row of teeth after a dental accident is well possible with a dental implant in our practice in Berlin. Dr. As a certified implantologist, Seidel can use an artificial tooth root in every medical situation and veneer it with suitable implants.

The bit remains functional and aesthetically pleasing for many years without edentulousness.

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Where can dental implants be used??

As a general rule, an experienced implantologist, like your dentist. Seidel in Berlin, an implant can bring in any position in the jawbone or in the gap dentition. Thus can be Implants good for lost molars in the posterior region use.

In addition, dental implants can be used on a single tooth space in the front area.

This makes dental implants of the latest generation suitable when tooth loss has occurred and should be compensated. Unlike other forms of dentures, dental implants allow a direct transfer of chewing forces to the jawbone. Thus, they act both externally and felt like a natural tooth and favor the preservation of the bone.

Do I have to go to a dental clinic for a dental implant??

In order to get dental implants set as a choice of dentures, you do not necessarily have to visit a dental clinic. Frank Seidel – Dentist for Oral Surgery with focus on implantology – is a specialist for dental implants and in Berlin for you.

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Is an implant treatment painful?

The implants are anchored in the jawbone and thus form the support for the artificial teeth. Such an operation is not simply done under local anesthesia but under anesthesia. While putting dental implants in Berlin in our dental office, you do not have to expect pain. It looks different after awakening. Some patients feel pain in the jaw. The healing process can last for several weeks.

Whether a jaw implant is used by your Berlin dentist under local anesthesia, in sedation or under general anesthesia ultimately depends on both the severity of the procedure and the sensitivity of the patient. As soon as Dr. Seidel used the implant, the patients feel only a slight pain, which they can get a handle with a few painkillers.

Severe pain can occur in rare cases in a professionally performed surgery. Usually, patients can perform their usual activities a few days after the implant has been inserted. And also the swelling, which occur as a result of the operation, sound, after our experience with dental implants in Berlin, quickly off again. They are caused by the fact that the soft tissue surrounding the site where the surgery took place is irritated by the procedure.

Pain after dental implant placement with sinus lift

If the sinus lift procedure is used for bone augmentation, these swellings can last for several days and bruising may occur. After about a week, these consequences of the procedure should be gone again. As long as the swelling persists, patients should avoid heat because it will delay the onset of swelling. You should therefore not expose yourself to the sun.

In addition, in the days following the operation, a visit to the solarium or sauna is taboo, because even these sources of heat can unnecessarily delay the final healing of a dental implant.

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Can there be complications with the dental implant?

Every successful and safe treatment in medicine carries a certain residual risk. Our experience: Surgeries in which dental implants are used in our practice in Berlin are about 98 percent successful, which corresponds to the overall German average. Statistically, only every sixth implant needs replacement after nine to fourteen years due to peri-implantitis. Such implant inflammation (peri-implantitis) is described i.a. smoking, unchecked diabetes, severe osteoporosis and bad oral hygiene.

Thanks to an intelligent preselection of the implants and a forward-looking lifestyle, complications such as peri-implantitis are rare. In contrast to the past, the advanced age of implant carriers no longer plays a decisive role.

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Can your dentist minimize the risk factors for implant complications?

It is possible both before and after the procedure. Important measures are, first of all, the minimization or complete cessation of nicotine consumption, the removal of caries bacteria and mouth rinses for the maximum possible reduction of the germs.

In addition, your dentist in Berlin will help you with antibiotics before the operation and help you to adjust all the risk factors that may endanger your health. In order to minimize the risk of losing a dental implant, a minimally invasive load on the soft tissue and the bones is applied during the operation thanks to a so-called Soft Implantology (SIC). A later made supply of custom-fit prosthetic dentures on the implants is crucial for their long life.

Consequences: If you do not replace missing teeth

An implant replaces the missing tooth or teeth in a natural way. If a tooth is missing and there is a gap in the teeth, these forces do not affect the bone. In the worst case, the bone can be lost, a loss of functioning would be the immediate result. The degradation of the jawbone could possibly be prevented by an artificial bone structure in order to obtain the full chewing force in the jaw. A dental implant is not only suitable as a tooth replacement for a single tooth.

A permanent tooth gap can change entire facial features and lead to early wrinkling. There is a danger that even young people will look unnecessarily old due to lost teeth and lose their attractiveness. Dental implants help to avoid these negative consequences of premature tooth loss.

Periodontal disease as a risk to the dental implant?

Periodontal disease is one of the leading causes of tooth loss in many people. It is all the more important to clarify the question of whether this gingivitis can lead to the loss of an implant. Such pre-existing conditions increase the risk by a factor of five in comparison with patients without a periodontal history. The gum bacteria pose a great danger to dental implants because they may continue to exist even after complete removal of the affected tooth on the back of the tongue or oral mucosa.

Prevent edentulism

A dental implant is a medically and esthetically recommended solution if teeth are permanently lost. Ideally, however, the patient prevents unnecessary tooth loss early on. Those who undergo the necessary prophylaxis on a regular basis and as early as the age of childhood should still enjoy well-groomed and healthy teeth in their old age and successfully avoid edentulousness.

The regular visit to your dentist is mandatory. Your Berlin dentist If necessary, Seidel gives tips on how to keep your teeth healthy and visually appealing. If necessary, adequate dental treatment will help to identify problems early and relieve symptoms.

The main cause of tooth loss is often periodontitis, which has remained untreated in the context of modern periodontics.

Those who regularly care for their teeth and undergo the necessary dental treatment as needed, as well as continuous prophylaxis, should enjoy beautiful and healthy teeth in the long term. An unnecessary tooth loss should be avoided until old age. Your dentist in Berlin will help you to avoid having to use expensive artificial teeth or dental implants.

Dental implants increase the quality of life

If you are considering using implants for the first time, you might be surprised by the high cost of the artificial tooth root. Not infrequently, they are the reason, at the end of this high-quality medical solution yet to foresee.

But from a medical point of view, as well as aesthetically speaking, the teeth made in the lab are a solution that permanently enhances your quality of life. A tooth gap in the dentition can cause the jawbone to recede due to the so-called inactivity atrophy because it eliminates the necessary support of a tooth root.

A dental implant precisely manufactured in our partner laboratory in Berlin helps to prevent or reduce this regression. This way, the remaining teeth remain more firmly anchored in the jaw. This counteracts further tooth loss preventative. Furthermore, the artificial teeth with their long lifespan help to increase self-esteem and quality of life.

How much does a dental implant cost??

Before the actual surgery can take place, an intensive discussion with the attending physician and with the health insurance is necessary. When placing implants, it must be borne in mind that the focal point of implantology should be the focus of the attending dentist. After all, it’s not a simple procedure that any dentist can do. Dr. Seidel specializes in oral surgery and the placement of dental implants in his Berlin practice.

As a rule, the patient is offered two different models to choose from. This is a cheaper offer and one that generates significantly higher costs. While surgical effort overrides the bulk of the cost, the materials that are ultimately used also impact the cost of your dental implant restoration.

The costs of dentures vary greatly for such procedures. This is simply because the size of the surgical procedure is crucial to the cost. Not only material, but the entire medical effort ultimately decides how expensive your implants are at Dr. med. Become a Seidel in Berlin.

Supplementary insurances cover part of the cost of the best dentures

A large number of private health insurances have placed the placement of implants as performance in their catalogs. But beware! Nobody should rely on it blindly. Again, it is essential to go in advance with the health insurance in conversation and submit a treatment and cost plan.
In addition, the duration of the insurance also determines the amount of the reimbursement of dental implants. Those who have recently completed their supplementary insurance must not expect an overwhelming takeover of the dental implant.

In addition, patients should always keep in mind that there are a variety of ways to implement implants. Consultation with the dentist, e.g. at Dr. in Berlin, therefore, is always the basis when it comes to the new teeth.

As long as the need for treatment is not yet given and the patient is still young and healthy, excellent supplementary insurance is already available at reasonable prices. They are therefore a sensible investment in beautiful teeth and a well-groomed smile.

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A Dental Implant – Investment for the Whole Life

Since this is purely a private service and not a statutory benefit, the statutory health insurance does not cover any costs. With a removable denture it looks different. Here comes the health insurance pro rata for the costs.

Ultimately, there is a limitation of the quality of life, if a tooth gap can not be closed permanently. A dental implant represents the highest quality of dentures. Against this background, the cost aspect should play a rather subordinate role. With good dental insurance, the costs of a dental implant can be transferred to an insurer to a certain extent.

In conjunction with the statutory health insurance private supplementary insurance come to a fixed part for the cost of artificial dentures. The patient has to pay a smaller amount out of his own pocket.

Comparison: Dental implants and removable dentures

So far, a removable dentures was popular. Of course, this had some disadvantages. So the dentures were simply glued on and not firmly anchored to the jaw. Externally, many people find a removable denture unaesthetic. An alternative has been available for several years.

If all these measures are no longer sufficient or if there is a toothless jaw, then dental implants are used. This is part of a prosthetic restoration. This contemporary type of dental restoration is offered to you by Dr. med. Seidel in Berlin with his expertise in dental implants.

Fixed subsidy from the health insurance

Since 2005, a new fixed-subsidy system for dental prostheses applies to all persons with statutory health insurance, which also takes into account the supply of dental implants. The basis for this is the assignment of jaw situations (findings) to so-called regular supplies and the associated fixed subsidies.

Previously there was a percentage subsidy on the manufactured dentures (depending on the bonus from 50 to 65%), so now, for example, a fixed allowance is granted for a tooth gap. It is irrelevant with which dentures this gap is supplied: both for a dental bridge and for a dental implant there is the same amount from the cash register: the findings-oriented fixed subsidy.

On a patient website, the Federal Dentistry Association (KZBV) offers patient information on denture forms and the associated costs – including an overview of consulting services offered by the dental self-administration.

Care of dental implants – the best dentures

In order to enjoy the implant as long as possible, a thorough and reliable oral hygiene is crucial. There is no essential difference to the natural teeth. A correct cleaning technique, cleaning the interstices and using mouthwash helps to maintain proper care of your dental implants and protects against peri-implantitis. In addition, of course, a professional teeth cleaning should take place here at regular intervals.

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