Implant dentistry is the specialty that studies and treats patients with missing teeth

With our specialty of Implant Dentistry, we care for patients who are missing teeth, have lost bone in the jaws and have problems chewing and smiling.

Alternatives to bone grafting

Basal implant dentistry is an alternative to bone grafting and allows the placement of implants in patients who have lost bone structure over the years, either because of a periodontal problem or because they have been wearing removable appliances for many years. In addition, it can be used in patients who have undergone a bone graft that has not worked previously or who have rejected it.

The solution offered to these patients with loss of all teeth is the implantation and placement of a complete fixed denture two or three days after the implant surgery, for all cases either in the maxilla or in the mandible.

Esthetic solution

This dental implant technique offers an esthetic solution to compensate for aging, for example, when the jawbone is sunken, when there are wrinkles or when it is necessary to compensate for the vertical and horizontal loss of the lower part of the face.

This result is achieved by means of the customized prostheses that we make. This means that they respect the color, size and support of the lips, according to the wishes of our patients and our advice.

What implantology is recommended when there is no bone structure?

Dental structure can become weakened and/or diminish exponentially. When the alveolar bone decreases, the muscle mass is consumed. Implants are always placed in the bone, specifically in the alveolar ridge.

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In the event that this surgery cannot be performed, due to lack of bone or poor bone density, the so-called basal implantology is performed. This implantology is a less invasive method since it does not require extracting bone from another part of the body (hip, skull) or making a bone graft.

There are no borders for our patients

We receive patients from all over the world, from Latin America to Europe, because we know and can respond specifically to this problem. Our patients seek this solution when they have no other choice, when the graft cannot do more or has not worked.