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We have all the necessary diagnostic two-dimensional and three-dimensional imaging techniques necessary for the clarification of issues arising in dentistry. All images are created digitally, so they are optimized with regard to reduced radiation exposure as well as the chemical environmental impact (not film developers).

The illustrated device can produce two-dimensional overview images as well as three-dimensional reconstructions.

Orthopan tomogram

Orthopan tomograms are two />They allow finding pathological changes, but not an assessment of their extent in space. They are well suited in the context of the diagnosis of

  • displaced teeth
  • Bone degradation in periodontitis
  • Pathologies of the antrum
  • bone cysts
  • Bone volumes for planned implants, etc.

They are also part of the basic diagnostics for orthodontic treatments.

dental volume tomogram

Also on the basis of sectional images, dental volume tomograms provide information on the spatial extent of certain areas in the bone, similar to the CT procedure, but with much lower radiation exposure.

In particular, DVTs are useful for planned procedures in close proximity to endangered anatomical structures (blood vessels, nerves, maxillary sinus, etc.). In implantology, they allow a reliable prediction of the bony supply already in the planning phase, so that intervention times and risks can be reduced.

Three-dimensional reconstructions, which allow a view from all sides (as here with this wisdom tooth) bring us planning security and information about operation risks (marked purple: the lower jaw nerve).

Digital volume tomograms are not a standard procedure today. They are functional

  • in surgical interventions in risk areas of oral surgery and implantology
  • or if classical diagnostic methods are not sufficient (periodontics, endodontics, rarely in orthodontics)

Single shot / dental film

Classic single shots are inexpensive and quick to create. They primarily serve simple diagnostic questions or for documentation purposes (caries progression, retention of teeth, root canal treatments, final documentation after implant placement).

solid third teeth in a day

With beautiful and solid teeth sure talk, laugh, bite and chew. Without aids such as adhesive cream. The aim of the treatment are dental reconstructions in which the palate remains uncovered as in natural dentition.

This denture includes about 12 teeth per jaw and can not be removed by the patient (like a fixed bridge).

As a result, bone decay processes, such as those that can occur due to selective loading of removable prostheses, are bypassed.

The classic methods include bone augmentation, they are time-consuming, relatively painful and cost more expensive due to the high number of implants of six to eight screws per jaw. Above all, the required healing times result in long treatment times of up to 2 years.

The approach presented here is a newer method that allows patients to receive solid third teeth in just one day with a slightly reduced total number of teeth.

Target group for "solid teeth in one day":

  • People who are dependent on a very fast reliable supply: There is usually only a single intervention required
  • People with big dental problems. For reasons of lack of time, the dentist was not visited for a long time or was consulted for fear of being frequently enough: no temporary edentulousness, no classic (shaky) provisional
  • People with problems with existing dentures. The prostheses are too loose, they wobble, which leads to uncertainties in eating, laughing and talking.
  • People who can not cope with removable dentures (speaking professions, musicians, etc.)

Our promise: little pain and fast treatment!

This concept is primarily intended for total reconstructions of the jaw.

The concept of immediate care


In advance, an in-depth analysis of the anatomical situation is always carried out. These are

  • model analysis
  • special radiological procedures for the three-dimensional representation of the bearing bony structures ("dental volume tomography")
  • a temporary prosthesis for the development and determination of the goals of individual beautiful teeth (safe speech and smile, aesthetics) in their function to the opposite jaw for safe biting and chewing.

the op-day: insertion of the implants

We have different implant designs for different bone hardnesses, which are firmly anchored in the bone with new surgical techniques. In general, the anchoring is so strong that the immediate attachment of a bridge is possible. An oblique positioning of the implants allows an increase in the possible implant length without resorting to additional bone structures. As a result of the oblique implant position, anatomical neighboring structures, such as the maxillary sinus and the lower jaw, are spared a nerve vascular bundle. This significantly reduces the operational risks.

The high mechanical stability is a prerequisite for immediate supplies. Only in the coming months will healing processes in the bones lead to the actual biological stability.

The direct postoperative strength of the screws allows a reduction in the implant number of traditional 6 to 8 implants per jaw to only four in the concept of immediate restoration.

Toothless patients, in which there is almost no bone left, can be treated with this method in a modified form. Please contact us.

Fixing the new teeth

You will receive a fixed denture on the day of surgery. It has been individually manufactured in our laboratory in Wiesbaden from high-quality plastic. After about a week, an individual static stiffening is incorporated. In the coming months, corrections will be required at the base as the soft tissues may still change after the wound healing phase.

The example shows a typical plastic care form, which can be used directly after the operation: the bonding takes place in the mouth (bright edges around the implant abutments). The bridges are basically screwed to the implants.

Cost of teeth in a day

The absence of a high number of implants and the absence of extensive bone structures reduce the cost considerably. We can predict the resulting costs very accurately due to the planning work done, so there are no surprises here. Please inform yourself about your individual effort.

Aftercare for immediate supplies

In the first three days after surgery, swelling occurs, which can be counteracted by consistent cooling. They should have subsided after one week. Hematomas (bruises) may occur and we expect that they will not be visible after 10 days. At this time, the removal of the micro-seams takes place. In the dentures now the static stiffening can be incorporated. A decrease of the denture is required for this. Another check takes place after eight to 10 weeks. Now, statements about biological success can already be made. Now the schedule for the final supply is set.

The illustrations show a definitive restoration (palate-free bridge) after insertion. The massive statics must catch high bites, as they occur when eating solid food or biting off hard apples.

After completion of the treatment, a three-time inspection of the design and cleaning, if necessary again with removal of the bridge is sufficient per year. Initial annual X-ray inspections complete the measures.

This example shows ceramic teeth made individually in the German laboratory.

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