Anveli Dental - Traditional dental implant
Risques de rejet d'un implant dentaire

Traditional dental implant (in 2 phases)

Operation and installation

Bone grafting

All On 4 / 6

Risks of rejection

Definition

What is a dental implant

The dental implant makes it possible to replace one or more teeth. It is similar to a titanium screw which is fixed in the jawbone. On the latter is fixed a crown held in place by an abutment and a screw.

The dental implant is not visible unlike the crown. The traditional dental implant requires 2 steps whilebasal implant is installed in 1 single step.

Qu'est ce qu'un implant dentaire et ses différents éléments

Characteristics

The traditional dental implant has few different shapes and sizes. It generally looks like a straight or conical cylinder. Its diameter and size remain important since it is necessary to have a contact surface with the largest possible spongy part.

Brands

There are several hundred different brands that offer more or less the same dental implants.

quel implant dentaire choisir

Traditional dental implant FAQ

Our opinion on the traditional dental implant

In which cases should a traditional dental implant be placed?

How much does a dental implant cost?

Place a dental implant with bone loss

Traditional dental implant treatment time

Our articles

The risks and dangers of bone grafting

bone loss and atrophy

Bone graft and sinus lift, what are the risks, possible complications and dangers of the operation.

More info

Basal implants

Basal implant

The basal implant is the latest generation dental implant. Features, prices and information on basal implantology.

More info

Basal implant: Immediate loading

basal dental implant placed immediately

The basal dental implant is placed immediately after tooth extraction.

More info

Surgical treatment of periodontitis

periodontitis surgical treatment

Opinion and testimony after surgical treatment of severe periodontitis

More info