Teeth loss is a painful experience. Restoring lost teeth often becomes what was lacking until the fullness of life. One of the most reliable ways to restore teeth is tooth restorations attached to implants. This allows you to reliably restore both aesthetics and function and stop the unhealthy processes that take place after teeth loss.
With teeth restored on implants, a person feels as if they are their own, and the materials used for prosthetics have properties that allow them to replicate what nature has created. With proper care of the oral cavity and regular visits to the doctor for a follow-up examination, a new smile can be enjoyed for the rest of your life.
Today, implants and their components are manufactured by more than 300 different companies around the world. IROK prefers exceptional quality, comfort and long lasting treatment solutions, so our choice is STRAUMANN. This name is an internationally recognized quality standard. We use only STRAUMANN implants and only original parts from this manufacturer for the restoration of lost teeth. Targeted research, continuous improvement of technology and continuous search for even more modern and innovative solutions allow to offer every patient who has lost teeth the right way to restore them.
Each treatment with dental implants requires 2 stages:
- 1. Screwing of implants. During this stage, the required number of implants is screwed into the jaw bone. It depends on how many teeth you have lost and what treatment method you will be given. It is important to mention that long term living without most or all of the teeth inevitably results in the loss of the jaw bone. For this reason, teeth restorations with implants sometimes require additional surgical procedures, such as lifting the base of the sinus or augmenting the jaw bone. These stages of treatment are not to be feared, as modern methodologies allow these procedures to be performed quickly enough and without any pain. In some cases, temporary restorations can be attached immediately after screwing the implants, so the person returning home can already smile and chew food.
- 2. Once implants are established, permanent dental restorations are attached to them, which successfully serve for more than a decade. The anatomical features of each person's oral cavity are unique, so in the production of permanent prosthetics (crowns or bridges), the dental technician's laboratory individually produces restorations of impeccable size, colour and shape for each patient.