Dental Implants Lisbon, MINT Clinic
The Dental Implantology is a surgical area of the Dental Medicine that dedicates to the placement of dental implants mimicking the natural tooth. We have a dedicated team with the surgical leader Dr. Eduardo Bastos leading this noble specialty.In the video, Dr. Eduardo Bastos explains how is the process of replacing lost teeth with dental implants: one of the most requested treatments in the Mint Clinic. small>
Types of Dental Implants
Check out some results of "Before and After" placement of Dental Implants.
Dental Implants Overdenture
Dental implantology provides a simple dressing prosthesis, installed on two or four titanium implants, providing adequate retention and securement conditions, called Overdenture Implant or Overdentadure.
It is a removable prosthesis of all teeth, which has a greater security of fixation than a conventional prosthesis (denture), because it is fixed on the implant pins (ball type implants) giving greater safety to the patient.
Unitary Dental Implant
The unit dental implant replaces a single tooth without resorting to bridges or prostheses. It simulates exactly one natural tooth that is missing for some reason.
Above, we present an example of dental implant treatment before and after.
All On 4 Dental Implants
This treatment allows total edentulous, with severe maxillary atrophy (little bone in the maxillary zone), access to complete rehabilitation with dental implants.
It allows to increase the base of support and to screw (fixed) hybrids or of ceramic with 12 teeth using only 4 dental implants.
Dental Implants Immediate Charge
Throughout the years there has been a constant evolution of the studies, surgical techniques and materials that allowed to minimize the time necessary for the rehabilitation of the placement of dental implants. This means that, in dental implantology, the reduction of this surgical time began to take place in a single phase, without interfering with osseointegration.Immediate loading or placement of the prosthesis / crowns on dental implants can be performed within the first 24 hours after surgery, or later between 8 days or up to 3 weeks after surgery. In order for this to be possible it is necessary that there is adequate quantity and quality of bone, as well as the care the patient should follow after the consultation.
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