WHAT IS A DENTAL IMPLANT?
Dental implants are devices made of Cr titanium alloys used to replace the root of the tooth and give support to a prosthesis, thus contributing to improved physical appearance and ability to chew (masticatory function). They are suitable for patients who have lost one, several, or all of their teeth. Below you can see the structure of a natural tooth compared to a prosthesis on an implant.
Dental implants restore chewing ability and appearance.
A major advantage of the use of prostheses on implants is the fact that they do not move around in the mouth when eating or speaking. This certainty provides a more natural and comfortable result than bridges or conventional dentures, thus improving well-being and your quality of life.