Tooth restoration treatment

If one or more teeth must be restored, you have the choice between an implant solution or conventional treatment. See the main differences.

Restore a single tooth >
Restore multiple teeth >
Restore all teeth in the lower or upper jaw >

RESTORE A SINGLE TOOTH


Treatment with dental implant and crown

  • Preservation of the bone structure and palate
  • Teeth look more natural
  • Maintaining quality of chewing

Conventional treatment with bridge fixed on adjacent teeth

  • Adjacent healthy teeth supporting the bridge must be ground down
  • Bone in the toothless area may shrink

RESTORE MULTIPLE TEETH


Treatment with bridge fixed on dental implants

  • Preservation of the bone structure and palate
  • Teeth look more natural
  • Maintaining quality of chewing

Conventional treatment with removable partial prosthesis

  • Requires support from other teeth and edentulous oral gum
  • Discomfort caused by movement of prosthesis
  • Possible prosthetic instability
  • Possible changes to the palate

RESTORE ALL TEETH


Treatment with full bridge fixed on dental implants

  • Preservation of the bone structure and palate
  • Maintaining quality of chewing
  • Teeth are fixed and cannot move

Treatment with conventional denture

  • Bone resorption
  • Possible prosthetic instability
  • Possible loss of taste

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