Dear Reader, Prospective Patient or Patient,
What is an implant? Or what is an implant crown? An implant refers to an artificial tooth root used to replace a tooth that has been lost. Unlike a natural tooth, the artificial tooth consists of two parts: the implant and the implant crown.
The implant is inserted by the dentist, possibly surgically. The implant crown, on the other hand, is produced in a dental laboratory. The production of the implant crown is similar to that of a standard crown. The aim here too is to produce a finely processed tooth with optimum aesthetics through coating technology that is individually adapted to the patient.
As with crowns, here too the materials used are highly stable, resistant in your mouth and our aim is that allergy problems are minimised through our material selection. The use of implant crowns or implant bridges knows practically no bounds. Depending on the extent of surgical intervention, today an appropriate space can be created for an implant and lost teeth therefore be replaced.
If you have any more questions on this topic, please do not hesitate to contact your dentist or one of our partners.