Dentures – as close to nature as possible

Losing teeth and needing replacement can have many reasons. Implants have been the most popular method with patients to replace lost teeth due to cavity, periodontitis or other accidents for a long time. And quite rightly! Dental implants are, unlike bridges for example, solutions that don’t just imitate the tooth’s appearance but also its structure and function. In accordance with the natural tooth some implants even have actual roots that can grow securely into the jawbone. This ensures great stability and protects adjacent teeth because those do not need to be ground as they would have to for bridges.

Alongside the functional benefits it’s especially the aesthetic value that makes implants such a desirable denture. In combination with a tooth colored, fully ceramic crowns implants are not distinguishable from neighboring teeth.

Dental implants- how are they inserted?

Inserting implants is usually done with local anesthesia and nearly pain free for the patient. During the treatment the titanium implant gets inserted into the jawbone needing to heal up afterwards. The stabilization phase differs from patient to patient from three to six month. During this time the titanium screw grows together with the jawbone. Subsequently the healed implant gets topped with an add-on element. A solid, tooth colored ceramic crown rounds off the procedure.

Minimal invasive implantology – our practice’s benefit

Implanting in a particularly gentle and time saving manner

Dr. Robert Hansen is a specialist in minimal invasive implantology, an extremely gentle type of implantation with numerous benefits. The minimal invasive method makes it possible to only have extremely small interventions during implantation. This causes the following healing process to be faster and easier. This method takes a lot of experience. As president of the minimal invasive implantology society Dr. Robert Hansen has the thorough and necessary knowledge to treat his patients as gentle as possible. Not only the short wound healing process but also the application of high-class implants which only take up small spaces to heal into the bone contributes to the success of this method. The minimal invasive implantology is best suited to bring back your bright smile without complications due to solid implants.

Minimal-invasiv implantology benefits:

• Minimal wounds and fast healing process
• Bone augmentation usually not needed due to small intervention
• No or small swellings after intervention
• Near painless procedure
• Faster definite success despite gentle procedure

Would you like to know more about implants or Dr. Robert Hansen’s minimal invasive implantology? We would be happy to further advise you in person.