Implantology

 

Aesthetic single unit implants

Which patients can be treated with implants?

After a trauma or an accident:

Accidents are not easy to avoid, just by doing sports or simply falling down, you can be unfortunate and loose one of your teeth. A lot of those cases can be solved easily by placing a dental implant which will repair your function and natural smile.

Case 1: Avulsion

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Case 2: Crown fracture

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Case 3: Trauma

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After loosing teeth due to a disease:

The diseases which affect the hard tissues of the teeth, such as caries, or the ones which affect the supporting tissues of the teeth, such as periodontitis, are both causes of tooth loss. To avoid functional and aesthetic problems it is favourable to replace these lost teeth and prevent a premature aging of our face and smile.

Case 1: Zirconium crown

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Case 2: Teeth lost due to caries

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Case 3: Teeth were lost on both sides due to caries

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Case 4: Periodontal disease

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Case 5: Fracture of a devitalized tooth

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Case 6: Retreatment using an implant

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Genetic defects:

Due to a genetic disease it can happen that during embryonic growth a tooth failes to be formed. This is known as agenesis. In these cases it is recommended to replace these non-present teeth by dental implants, to build up a stable occlusion and to achieve an aesthetic symmetry in the dental arch.

Case 1: Deciduous canine

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Implants in case of agenesis