Dental implants are designed to provide a lasting solution to the loss of natural dental structures. Today they are the most advanced treatment option for replacing missing teeth. With dental implants is recovered everyday moments function as eat, talk or smile and at the same time increase the comfort and self-confidence. We work with implants BIOMET3I, leader in the manufacturing of pillars and products related to this therapy at national and international level.
This type of treatment is performed in cases that have given final loss of a single tooth, replaces the tooth root and crown both function and aesthetics.
It is performed in cases where the edentulous gap is two or more teeth, making a fixed bridge supported by two implants at each end as appropriate the prosthetic design for each patient.
This type of treatment is designed for patients who have lost all their teeth and require greater retention than a complete conventional prosthesis. For them a complete prosthesis on two or more implants retained is done with special anchors. This provides greater confidence to eat, speak, smile… They are ideals prosthesis for sanitation, because they are removable and thus the patient maintains proper oral health more easily.
Designed for those patients who have lost all of their teeth, but they still have the most demanding aesthetic and functional needs. Aesthetics and function in this type of prosthesis is returned almost entirely because of all the prosthetic options, this is the one that most resembles the healthy tooth structure. Around 5 to 8 implants are distributed strategically, depending on the patient’s anatomy, and performs full fixed structure metal porcelain, always designing it according to each clinical case.
Caries, topically applied, fluorine, inlays, ceramics, composite
Treatments to children aged 3 to 12
Treatments for the correction of dental malocclusions
Pulpares injuries treatments, emergency treatments and dental pain treatments
Treatment of periodontitis of gums
Design dental prostheses for patients with absences. Treatment that does not require surgery