Get Dental Implants At Swiss Smile
After removing infected teeth, we place replacement teeth to ensure your day-to-day activities and dazzling smile is not impacted. To support these artificial teeth, we position titanium screws, known as dental implants, into your jawbone beneath your gums.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
Once we place these implants, they fuse with your jawbone and provide stable support for artificial dentures or implant crowns.
This added security helps full dentures feel more natural than conventional dentures as they don’t allow them to slip or shift in your mouth, especially while eating or speaking.
If an implant replaces only one missing tooth for instance, the implant crown can be designed matching neighboring natural teeth. These implant supported crowns have the same functionality as natural teeth.
Dental Implants Treatment Procedure
At Swiss Smile, we provide different types of dental implants and procedures to position them in your mouth differently. Based on your actual requirements your expert will discuss the best treatment options with you.
Endosteal implants are surgically placed directly into your jawbone. After placing the implant, we allow the gum tissue to heal. Once the gum tissue has healed, a second surgery is conducted to connect a special abutment to the osseointegrated implant. Finally, an artificial tooth or a special holding devices is placed on the implant, entirely depending on the final restoration purpose.
The special case - Stable teeth in one day (“All-on-4”)
With the “All-on-four” method, we are in a position to provide our edentulous patients with special implants that can support new fixed teeth immediately. In many cases, expensive bone regenerations can be avoided with this method. State-of-the-art three-dimensional imaging and computer-assisted treatment plans help us to anchor the dentures in the best possible position.
So, schedule an appointment at your nearest Swiss Smile clinic to ensure you secure your dentures with dental implants!
Do you have any questions or do you need any advice?
We will be pleased to be of service and to provide you with individual support.