IMPLANT ATTACHMENT AND ANTERIOR CROWN
What is the treatment?
The dental implant is a medical device designed to replace the missing root and keep the artificial tooth in place.
How is it performed?
The implant will be inserted into the bone, leaving it completely buried under the gum. Thus the implant will be protected from possible infections while the osseointegration process occurs (attachment of the implant to the bone). We will wait between 2 and 4 months to move on to the next phase.
We will make a small incision in the gum to verify that the implant has been integrated into the bone and connect to it the transepithelial or healing abutment, which will be visible on the gum.
After 2 to 4 weeks we can start manufacturing and placing the teeth on the implants already integrated.