Dental implants IN MADRID
Dental implants are artificial roots, created to replace missing or lost teeth for any reason, capable of integrating to the point of coexisting in a healthy and totally natural way with the rest of the tissues in the mouth. They are made of chemically pure titanium and act as substitutes for tooth roots. Once they have been placed in the jawbone or mandible, they are used to support the new artificial teeth that will be attached to them once they are osseointegrated.
The implants are attached to the bone by a biological process known as osseointegration, described by Professor Bränemark in the 1950s, whereby the body establishes a direct connection between the bone and the surface of the implant. Once osseointegration has taken place, the implant is firmly attached to the bone and can support a prosthesis to meet all functional and aesthetic requirements as if it were a healthy natural tooth. Another characteristic of osseointegration is that it is very stable over time, so these treatments offer satisfactory results that can be enjoyed for many years.
THE FUNDAMENTAL OBJECTIVES OF IMPLANTS CAN BE SUMMARISED AS FOLLOWS:
Replace teeth with similar or even greater stability than lost natural teeth, avoiding the use of adjacent teeth. Rehabilitate the mouth
functionally and aesthetically with quality and precision.
To obtain an anchorage for mobile dental prostheses, providing the necessary stability to give comfort and security, as if they were fixed prostheses.
To ensure that the bone of the jaws maintains its function and does not lose volume through reabsorption, thus avoiding the deterioration of the tissues and the appearance of an ageing face.
and the appearance of an aged face due to the formation of folds and wrinkles.
To enable anchorages that allow other treatments such as orthodontic or orthopaedic treatments to be carried out, which would otherwise sometimes be impossible to perform.
impossible to perform.