How is an dental implant placed?
The mucosa above the jaw bone is first opened with a small incision. Then the implant site is created with a drill. The implant is then firmly anchored in the implant site. Finally, the mucous membrane is sutured.
Fundamentally, there are two different type of implant systems, single-phase or two-phase.
The "single-phase implant" protrudes into the oral cavity from the beginning. The "two-phase implant" is completely covered by gum during the healing phase.
Before starting with the surgical placement of the implant proper plan will be placed by our team of implantologist with discussing the plan with the professors in implantology from the University of Frankfurt- Germany.
After the healing, it is opened by a small surgical procedure. Then the crown or the denture can be fixed.
Which implant system is suitable for you, our dentist will decide together with you.
Placing an implant requires a small surgical procedure, with the implant firmly anchored in the bone.