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Implantology in Frankfurt

The reasons for lost own teeth are different, but mostly due to periodontitis.

Implantology is the most advanced way to replace your lost teeth. Thanks to innovative techniques and advanced treatment methods, a denture is created that is hardly inferior to natural teeth.

Was is implantology?

The definition of implantology describes a part of dentistry, which deals with the insertion of implants in the jawbone. Here, a so-called alloplastic assembly part is inserted into the jawbone and then replaced after ingrowth the natural tooth root. On this garment, then the actual dentures, in the form of a crown, plugged or screwed.

Implants are the type of tooth replacement that comes closest to the natural tooth and can be used when a dental crown can no longer be placed. Not only visually, they are hardly distinguishable from real teeth, but also the handling and handling in everyday life hardly differs from the naturally grown tooth trimming. No wonder that this type of dentures is always in demand.

Which implant is the right one??

The decision for a specific material and implant is always individual. So many factors influence the decision that detailed counseling and extensive expertise of the performing dentist play a major role in the subsequent complication-free course and eventual success.

The number of dental implants available on the market, which are used in implantology, confuses the patient. There are, for example

  • titanium implants,
  • Hollow cylinder implants,
  • blade implants,
  • Narrow jaw implants,
  • Disk implants,
  • Subperiosteal implants,
  • ceramic implants,
  • Zirconium (IV) oxide implants
  • or cytokine implants.

For whom is an implant suitable??

In recent decades, science and medical technology have made great progress, so that today one can say that implantology is basically suitable for everyone. However, it is crucial that factors that promote infection and thus lead to complications can be as little as possible, at best even completely eliminated, and the implant can be optimally embedded and healed.

However, there are various underlying diseases that can complicate this healing phase and should therefore be included in the decision. Thus, for example, it may lead to further considerations in immune disorders or disorders of wound healing, in certain autoimmune diseases, metabolic diseases, in osteoporosis or other diseases, which may also affect bone density u.U. make the insertion of an implant risky.

Severe periodontitis – which often causes tooth loss first, is not an exclusion criterion for an implant, but here too a detailed consultation must first be made. But not only pre-existing conditions, but also behavior patterns of the patient can greatly influence the chances of a successful implantation. This is e.g. In the case of a lack of oral hygiene, the same applies as with nicotine abuse – ie if the patient is a smoker.

Which prerequisite must be fulfilled for an implant??

Another factor in the success of implantology is the quality and quality of the jawbone in the patient. First, there must be enough bone in the jaw to embed the implant so that it can grow in safely. This ultimately depends on the stability of the entire implant.

If there is not enough jaw bone, an implant is still possible, but then here first a lengthy and elaborate bone structure – a so-called Sinusbodenlevetation- be made. However, this not only increases the total costs, but also extends the treatment time.

However, there are a few contraindications even with dental implants. Thus, e.g. Implants in drug and drug abuse, with ongoing chemotherapy, radiotherapy in the head and upper body, as well as in various mental illness is not considered in principle.

Typical course of implantology

Implantology is typically subject to the following steps:

    diagnosis: Before the actual procedure, an accurate diagnosis of the affected areas in the oral cavity must first be available, which is usually done by a CT scan.

intervention: Finally, the actual procedure follows, before which the patient is first of all locally anesthetized. The patient has no pain during the treatment.

Verknöcherungsphase: After the procedure, the patient gets an antibiotic to avoid possible infections. From now on, the new implant fuses firmly with the jawbone, which lasts around 3-6 months until fully loaded.

Cost of implantology

The cost of a fixed dentures are difficult to generalize, as these depend on various factors. Pricing factors include the number of implants, the material used and the laboratory costs.

For an individual consultation regarding the costs of your implantology, you can arrange a non-binding appointment in our practice in Frankfurt to learn more about the procedure and the personal costs.

Why Implantology in the DentAL Dental Practice Frankfurt?

If you are interested in the possibility of dental implantation in your specific case, you should not be afraid to get detailed and expert advice, because only together with a specialist you can be sure that you will be able to exploit all possibilities. Implantology is one of our main areas of activity. Call us and make an appointment with us, the Frankfurt Dental Office.

With us you waive long waiting times and can be sure that your teeth are in good hands. You can make an online appointment or call us for more information on 069/21089619.

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