By (dental) implantology we mean that set of surgical techniques designed to functionally rehabilitate a patient suffering from total or partial edentulism through the use of dental implants, i.e. devices, metallic or not, surgically inserted into the mandibular or maxillary bone, or above of it but under the gum, suitable in turn to allow the connection of prostheses, fixed or mobile, to restore the chewing function. These implants can be of different shapes, inserted in different locations with different techniques and then connected to the prostheses at different times.

Currently, the implants are almost all made of titanium. The most used are those with endosseous screws, in most cases left submerged under the gum for a suitable period depending on the location.

Therefore, when a tooth is missing we have several possibilities: bridges (in which we have to file neighboring teeth as pillars), removable prostheses (in which we have hooks and have to be removed) and implants.

IMPLANTS are titanium screws that are introduced into the bone in place of the missing roots. This allows you to get back a tooth where it was lost or to replace non-maintainable teeth.

The techniques used by the Doctor, who has more than 20 years of experience in the implant field, are minimally invasive. This allows you to have no particular disorders in the post-operative period. Most patients do not take painkillers after the operation.

Depending on the cases and needs, immediate loading, computer-guided surgery, techniques without lifting the gum can be used.


Total lower prosthesis on implants

Immediate Post Extraction Plant

Total prosthesis anchored to two implants