IMPLANT DENTISTRY

ALL-ON-FOUR/ALL-ON-SIX WITH DENTAL ELEMENTS MADE OF RESIN/CERAMIC/ZIRCONIUM
This technique consists of inserting 4 or 6 implants that support the temporary prosthesis with immediate weight bearing capacity. No bone thickening or transplant is required, because areas of the mouth are used where bone is not absorbed. Thanks to the permanent reconstruction, the result is both pleasing and long-lasting. The patient immediately enjoys a bright new smile, and the implants are guaranteed for 10 years.

BONE TRANSPLANT
The thickness and height of the bone are increased in areas where it was insufficient for sustaining the insertion of an implant.  In this way, an implant procedure can be performed even on patients with serious illnesses such as heart disease and diabetes. This technique offers excellent results and is performed under conscious sedation together with local anesthesia, so that the patient suffers the least discomfort and surgical stress possible.

BONE TRANSPLANT WITH BIOGUIDE MEMBRANE
In the anatomical site where an autologous or heterologous bone transplant will be performed, an absorbable synthetic membrane is applied that promotes healing and bone regeneration while protecting the exposed tissues and bone. The membrane remains active at the site for months and is absorbed by the body's enzymes.  There is no irritation or infection in the soft or hard tissues affected by the procedure.

PRGF
This innovative technique is used in implantology to correct bone defects caused by periodontal disease (pyorrhea) and to contribute the portion of missing bone that is necessary for the insertion of implants which replace missing teeth in cases of maxillary sinus elevation and in areas where teeth were extracted.

SINUS ELEVATION – MINI SINUS ELEVATION
The purpose of these two surgical techniques is to increase the volume and thickness of insufficient bone in the upper arch before an implant procedure. The patient experiences reduced distress and anxiety, and is comfortable throughout the treatment, because it is performed under local anesthesia and conscious sedation, as administered by an anesthesiologist.  If enough bone is deposited, the implants are inserted right away; otherwise, the patient must wait until new bone is formed, and the implants can then be inserted during a new procedure.