Fixed metal-ceramic bridge for the whole jaw
Conventional implants, also known as “two-piece” implants, consisting of a root component and a tooth component. The root component (implant) is placed in the jawbone and the dental component (superstructure) is connected to it, usually using a small screw. The superstructure is then prepared and customized for the crown. Conventional dental implants are an extremely effective and long-term solution for missing teeth.
Timely treatment is within:
- Between 3 and 6 months for the integration of implants in the bone. A temporary structure is placed on the patient so that he does not stand without teeth during the integration period.
- After this period and the integration of the implants, the imprint, fabrication, and cementation of the finished structure follow. (about 6 working days)
Different types of crowns on implants are used for prosthetics with non-removable structures. In this case, our proposal is for a metal skeleton with metal abutments and ceramic coating with individually applied characteristics.
Non-removable prosthetics on implants is an extremely successful method in the restoration of an entire jaw or mouth – long-term, effective and with excellent restoration of the function of the masticatory act and perfect aesthetics and restoration of the lower 1/3 of the face.
DISCLAIMER: Treatment plan can be confirmed only after thorough clinical examination in our AllDental Travel Clinic. The extent of the necessary measures in terms of surgery and treatment cannot be predicted, as this can only be determined when treatment starts. We reserve the right to make alterations for medical reasons and practicability.