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What are the consequences

of losing teeth?

Bone loss is a common consequence of tooth loss or especially cases of edentulism. This is because the natural support of the root is lost. Remaining teeth will start to move to fill in the gaps. This situation could damage the mastication. The absence of tooth affects facial features in a more or less visible way, but above all it causes problems during the speaking. The empty spaces, in fact, make it difficult to pronounce some syllables and, when very visible, create embarrassment in public speaking.

What are the leading causes of tooth loss?
The two gum diseases, gingivitis and periodontitis, are the most common causes. A chronic inflammation of the gum tissue surrounding the teeth combined with a bacterial biofilm (plaque) cause permanent tooth damages. Other factors may be traumas or accidents, untreated tooth abscess or serious diseases such ad cancer or diabetes.


after without
dental implant

after with
dental implant

Dental implant is a small titanium screw surgically positioned into the bone presenting substitute for the missing tooth root.

implant systems

What is a

dental implant?

A dental implant is a small titanium screw surgically positioned into the bone presenting substitute for the missing tooth root. It is inserted operatively into the jawbone to replace one or more missing teeth, and the intimate contact between the bone and titanium is called osseointegration.

Titanium is particularly suited for applications in dentistry and it is considered the most biocompatible metal due to its resistance to corrosion from bodily fluids, bio-inertness, capacity for osseointegration and high fatigue limit

The implant will perform a support function to the replacement element and will be in all and for all similar to the natural tooth in comfort, functionality and aesthetics.

The structure of

a dental implant

Implant fixture:
the foundation of a dental implant made of hypoallergenic titanium. It is the first part installed.

The process of fusing an implant with bone, called osseointegration, involves connecting the implant with a component called an abutment that supports the crown.  Sometimes the abutment is an integral part of the implant. Usually, the dentist will not install the abutment until the implant fixture has fused with the jawbone.
If the abutment is not part of the implant, the connection of these two components will require a little screw.

The crown:
it is the final part of the dental implant. This artificial element replaces the natural tooth that was removed or is missing. The crown gives the artificial tooth a natural aesthetic appeal.

What are the advantages of this therapy?

There are a lot of advantages of having dental implants including improved comfort, oral health and self-esteem. The lack of several teeth affects compromise...

FAQ questions about the implant world

We answer all your doubts and questions about the world of implantology, you will find the most common questions and answers and you can send us your specific requests...