About dental implants
The decision to replace missing teeth with dental implants is an excellent investment in your oral health and appearance. Better than older versions of crown and bridge solutions, today’s Straumann® dental implants and restorative solutions look, feel and function like natural teeth.
Today’s state-of-the-art restoration products and techniques cover all patient needs – whether one tooth needs to be replaced, or all of them. Unlike other tooth replacement options, dental implants are the most natural looking and feeling, and won’t slip or cause concern during talking, eating or laughing. They have been scientifically tested and used in the last three decades by qualified dentists and surgeons worldwide, and are now the standard of care for missing teeth.
No two people are exactly alike, and the same goes for solutions to dental issues that may require an dental implant. That’s why we provide recommendations based on your needs, and offer options that range from a single-tooth replacement to a complete set of new teeth. Your decision to choose a dental implant is an important one, and a decision for life. It’s also an option that can have a positive impact on both your health and wellbeing.
With decades of experience at the leading edge of dental and dental implant technology solutions, Straumann® is a trusted resource for dentists worldwide. To date, more than 14 million Straumann® dental implants have been successfully placed, with outstanding long-term results documented in more than 700 scientific publications. Now that’s something to smile about!
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Every surgical procedure carries potential risks. You should always consult with a dental professional prior to treatment. Potential risk factors may vary depending on medical or other conditions of each patient. The possibility of immediate placement and the use of a prosthetic tooth depends on many factors, such as bone presence and quality, dental history, implant location, and availability of the final restoration. Your clinician will fully describe the possible scenarios to you during consultation prior to surgery. Every surgical procedure carries potential risks. Consult your clinician to find out if dental implants are right for you.