Implanting confidence
today and tomorrow.

Confidence in yourself

Be your laughing, charming and
social self, thanks to your new
dental implants. Let your new

smile illuminate your face.

Confidence in your choices

Take care of yourself and your
oral health. Choose dental implants.
Saying yes to implants is saying
yes to your future health.

Confidence in life

Rediscover the joy of those special moments with friends or family.
Savor a good meal and the
company of loved ones without

Confidence in the future

With your new smile comes
new freedom. Take on new
challenges and look to
tomorrow with confidence.

More than just an implant.

Your needs are unique. Your oral surgeon will suggest an implant treatment that is functional, esthetic, and tailored to your situation.

Implants are able to improve your dental and oral health. They not only replace missing teeth, but also preserve existing bone structure. This is because the loss of a tooth gradually causes the bone around the missing tooth to break down (also called bone resorption).

Resorption often causes neighboring teeth to move or it can compromise the stability of your denture. A dental implant stimulates the bone structure. This prevents bone loss and preserves your natural adjacent teeth.

What is a dental implant ?

A dental implant is an artificial root. It replaces the root of the natural tooth that you have lost. The implant acts as a base.
A prosthesis is then placed on top, such as a crown, bridge, or denture attachment. The surgical procedure for placing an implant is perfectly safe, with a success rate of over 95%.

You have questions.
We have answers.

Are dental implants a reliable technique?

The dental implant technique has been meeting patient expectations for over 40 years. Nowadays, it is recognized as the standard treatment for replacing missing teeth. The fixed artificial teeth placed on top of the implants restore oral comfort and esthetics.

Am I eligible for dental implants?

Cases in which patients are not eligible to receive implants are very rare. If you are in good health or have an underlying condition that is under control, you may be perfectly eligible for dental implants. Your oral surgeon will confirm whether you are fit for the treatment. 

How long does implant treatment take?

The treatment may take between 3 and 12 months, depending on your situation. Your oral surgeon will place a temporary or final prosthesis on your implant to give you the best possible look and feel. You will then decide on a treatment schedule together.

Will the implant placement be painful?

Implant placement is a surgical procedure. As such, it is performed under local anesthesia. Special premedication is also required to minimize discomfort after the procedure.

When will I get my final prosthesis?

The final prosthesis is placed after the bone has healed around the implant. During the healing period, a temporary, usually fixed prosthesis may be inserted.

Will I get my new teeth at the same time as the implant?

In certain situations, “immediate loading” may be feasible. If so, an implant and a fixed temporary prosthesis will both be placed right after extracting the tooth.

Will it feel like having natural teeth?

That is the goal. The implant is the base. The prosthesis placed on top of the implant will have the same shape and color as your natural teeth. This fixed prosthesis will give you a feel that is very similar to natural teeth.

How long will my implants last?

Recent studies show that of implants placed 10 years ago, 90% are still functional today. Your implants will last longer if you follow the brushing techniques explained by your oral surgeon and if you adhere to the recommended checkup schedule.

Can I have an MRI with my implants?

Tests have been carried out to ensure that there are no risks associated with having an MRI with your dental implants. As a result, a patient with an Anthogyr dental implant system can be scanned safely in an MRI system, under certain conditions.*

*Safety information regarding magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Non-clinical testing and MRI simulations were performed by Institut Straumann AG to evaluate the Anthogyr Dental Implant System. Non-clinical testing demonstrates that these products are MR Conditional. A patient with an Anthogyr Dental Implant System products can be scanned safely in an MR system under the following conditions:
▪ Static magnetic field of 1.5 Tesla and 3 Tesla only ;
▪ Maximum spatial gradient magnetic field of 4,000 gauss/cm (40 T/m) ;
▪ Maximum MR system reported whole body averaged specific absorption rate (SAR) of 2 W/kg and head average SAR of 3.2 W/kg, for 15 minutes of scanning (i.e., per pulse sequence) in the Normal Operating Mode.
The scanning conditions defined above will produce a maximum temperature increase of 4.9 °C in implants from the Anthogyr Dental Implant Systems after 15 minutes of continuous scanning (i.e., per pulse sequence). In non-clinical testing, the image artifact caused by implants from an Anthogyr Dental Implant System extends approximately 10 mm from this device when imaged with a gradient echo pulse sequence and a 3 Tesla MR system.