I have a missing tooth

The replacement of a missing tooth can take place with a singular implant and a ceramic crown.

This solution enables the integral conservation of neighbouring teeth. However there are non-implanting solutions such as the replacement of a single missing tooth.

I missing multiple teeth

This solution avoids the use of removable dentures and their inconveniences. This treatment enables the restauration of efficient chewing and mastication and the ability to bite fully.

The number of required implants depends of the number of teeth and roots to be replaced up to 3 teeth will mean 3 implants will be placed.

I am missing all my teeth

There are 2 solutions:

  1. Stabilising the prosthesis

    Two implants placed in the symphase (anterior part of the jaw) enables the prosthesis to be completely stabilised. The prosthesis remains a removable prosthesis but this solution enables usual inconveniences of the usual complete dentures to be avoided.

    In the case of complete dental loss, this would be the minimal treatment recommended. (consensus médical Mc Gill 2001).

  2. Recovering all fixed teeth

    Recovering all fixed teeth is possible with 6 to 8 implants in the top jaw and 4 to 6 on the lower jaw. Finished the prosthesis that are removable and that move!