Restore your smile with dental implants
Using titanium screws, a non-allergenic metal that ossifies to the jawbone, I help patients permanently replace damaged teeth. The implant also includes a crown, which is modeled after the lost tooth and makes it impossible to identify as a prosthetic. The process starts with a thorough consultation including 3D scanning and digital X-rays. Once complete, I use the results to create a custom care plan that extends beyond the procedure.
Implants are a straightforward but time-sensitive solution
For experienced dental surgeons and healthy patients, implantation is a simple procedure. However, the longer a patient waits to replace a missing tooth, the more bone is lost from the area to insert the implant into. If you are interested in getting an implant, then you should book a consultation as soon as possible.
THE LONGER THE TOOTH IS MISSING, THE MORE COMPLEX IMPLANTATION BECOMES
High success rate
15+ years of success with implant surgery and prosthetics
I use 3D CAD/CAM scans and digital X-rays for maximum accuracy and comfort
Non-invasive methods reduce pain and speed up the healing process
How implants work
While the process sounds intimidating, implanting new teeth is a straightforward process that takes as little as an hour to complete. The real work happens before and after the surgery, and the entire process is outlined below.
A consultation would be done first to confirm if an implant is the best solution for you
It is important to carefully examine your overall dental health to create a custom care plan
Depending on the complexity of the problem, we will schedule one or multiple procedures
Once the planning is completed the surgery is simple, for which you will be given a local anesthetic
Follow-ups are essential to ensure that the implant ossifies to the bone
Oral health visit including custom review, digital X-rays, 3D scanning, oral health advice, treatment and price schedule, professional referrals and financial planning if necessary
Including surgery, prosthetics, and insurance for the implant and its parts
From €950 to €2050