Dental implantology: esthetics is also important

Nowadays, it is becoming more and more evident that in some dental implantology treatments it is necessary to include an esthetic approach to the more functional aspect. This is not done on a whim or as a mere accessory, but because it has become a major concern for patients:

  • They feel they have lost the attractiveness of their face.
  • They feel they look older.
  • They feel more insecure.
  • They feel inhibited in their social life.

In some cases, patients even believe that their situation is not reversible. The good news is that at Clínica Bustillo it is possible to address the most complicated cases with highly satisfactory results.

Predictable results

The results are predictable, thanks to the various digital planning and diagnostic tools available. Initially, a complete analysis is carried out by means of digital flow, which makes it possible to precisely establish the different areas of intervention, as well as the optimal procedure for the treatment approach with respect to:

  • The regenerative materials.
  • Types of implants.
  • The surgical technique.

Likewise, the patient receives all the information about the treatment, in addition to visualizing a simulation of the final result, which always generates a great confidence in the process. The operation is always performed with minimally invasive procedures, in addition to trying to make it last as little time as possible. This is due to the fact that more complex interventions may require weeks or months until the final result.

Functionality and esthetics

The treatment restores the lost bone mass, placing implants and prostheses. First, the implants and provisional prostheses are placed and, once consolidated and with the tissues healed, the definitive prostheses are placed. Once completed, additional treatment is necessary to achieve the harmony of the patient’s face.

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When harmony is sought, facial plastic surgery techniques are required, which will restore firmness, depending on the characteristics of the person:

  • Facelift
  • Facial lipofilling
  • Elimination of double chin
  • Lip augmentation
  • Facial rejuvenation
  • Crow’s feet
  • Interventions focused on eyelids, ears and nose.

These are not interventions “on a whim” but respond to the needs of the person to regain their identity after losing their teeth. This integral vision of the treatment achieves much more satisfactory results, both for the professional and for the patient.