Non-invasive dental implants
Non-invasive implant placement technique provides great alternative to conventional open flap surgery. Advantages include no need for incisions and the utmost precision of placement – that eliminates swelling, bleeding, pain and also improves healing of tissues.
Immediate tooth replacement using an implant
In an emergency, teeth can be restored quickly. This service is especially relevant when front teeth are lost to trauma and need to be replaced quickly for esthetic purposes (smile restoration).
This service provides for fast functional recuperation that enables the implant to be used almost immediately after installation (within 48 hours).
Surgical navigation constitutes the least traumatic dental implant type, enabling precision guided surgery to achieve successful results even in severely compromised situations (such as bone deficiency). The process consists of a number of design stages, including digital scanning of the oral cavity, virtual three-dimensional modeling, and the use of a 3D printer to develop a personalized model.
Minimally invasive bone reconstruction surgery
Minimally invasive bone reconstruction surgery allows to build a necessary bone volume (that was lost to infection or trauma) and implant installation within one surgical intervention, significantly reducing the extent surgical intervention while promoting faster and less painful recovery.
Microsurgical plastic dental surgery to cover exposed roots
Gingival recession or receding gums is a condition in which the neck of a tooth (the middle part of a tooth which separates the crown from the root) becomes exposed. Today, this issue can be solved using a surgical method, ensuring treatment for receding gums and maintenance of the patient’s teeth. Gingival recession is treated using connective tissue which can be harvested from nearby tissues such as that of the palate. As a result of the procedure, the gum is thickened, keeping teeth healthier longer.