Dental implants

Dental implants

Albert Muntané is an expert in implantology, performing minimally invasive surgery to maintain patient comfort levels and to ease any after-surgery discomfort. Well thought out case plans along with the use of new technologies and cutting-edge surgical techniques allow him to provide immediate load implants (placement of a temporary prosthesis immediately after implant surgery), giving his patients back their lost looks in a single surgical procedure.

Computer guided implant surgery represents a giant step forward in the replacement of teeth with dental implants. Using Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan techniques and 3-D imaging, it is possible to visualise the placement of dental implants in three dimensions. This eliminates the guesswork involved determining which parts of the jawbone provide the best sites for the placement of a dental implant.

It also allows Albert to create the permanent restoration prior to surgery and place the restoration the day of the surgery. Computer guided implant surgery provides greater patient satisfaction and simplifies the dental implant treatment process.

Bone regeneration is used in the case of bone defect, whether it's about replacement of one, several or all the teeth in the jaw.
The guided bone regeneration is based on the use of exotic materials (graft materials) and methods. These materials grow together with the bone and replace it. The process of bone regeneration takes between 4 and 6 months (depends on the used materials and methods), followed by treatment of implant installation.

A sinus lift procedure adds additional bone to a person's upper jaw. The bone received during a sinus lift will be added to the jaw and sinuses. The procedure allows the person's jaw to grow new bone, providing a strong base for dental implants.

A fixed full arch bridge is attached to dental implants, resulting in a secure, stable fit and a natural look and feel. They also preserve your facial appearance. Traditional dentures simply cannot offer the same support, stability, and function as the Implant Retained Dentures.
The implant-supported arch will replace some of the tooth roots so the jawbone is better preserved.

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