Dental implants are permanent and fixed solutions for missing teeth. A titanium screw is placed into the jawbone to replace the tooth’s natural root. This integrates over a period of three to six months as the bone grows around the screw and holds it firmly in place. A Ceramic crown or bridge is then placed onto the fixed screw or screws to replace the original natural tooth. This treatment is suitable for the replacement of a single tooth or a complete teeth loss in the upper and lower jaw. The results provide the patient with the nearest alternative to their natural tooth or teeth that can look aesthetically superb and provide complete confidence when biting, chewing and laughing.

single tooth implant

Bridge on 2 implants

Using the latest technologies in dental implant and crown fabrication, our experts at Procare Dental Clinics are able to replace a missing tooth or teeth in just one day using two of the newest techniques the immediate implantation and the immediate loading.

immediate loading implants

Same Day Full Whole Mouth Dental Teeth Implants

Lower implant supported dentures

The advantages of Computer aided Implantology are significant and can be summarized as such: possibility of operating with a minimally invasive approach, greater accuracy and safety, reduction of surgical time, greater prosthetic success, possibility of manufacturing the prosthesis before the surgery. Therefore we are able to provide you with faster and superior results.

all in one day treatment

upper and lower implants with immediate esthetics

Using this technique the dental implant is placed immediately after the tooth extraction not like in the conventional technique that requires a 3 months bone healing between the tooth extraction and the implant placement.

Immediate loading of dental implants is one of the major advances in implant dentistry. It means putting the implant immediately into function by restoring it immediately after placement with a temporary or final fixed tooth or prosthesis.

upper and lower implants with immediate esthetics

immediate anterior implant placement

Enhancement of peri-implant soft tissue is an essential factor in implant survival. As in periodontal tissue, the integrity of the attached gingiva, plus gingival contour, color, shape, size, consistency, and bleeding upon probing, is an indicator of bacterial activity that will eventually lead to gingivitis and periodontitis. The trajectory of peri-implant tissue is different from that of periodontal tissue because of periodontal ligament fibers, the absence of which makes the implant-bone interface weaker than that of natural dentition. The destruction of peri-implant tissue can be a faster and more devastating process, so maintenance of the peri-implant tissue is a must in implant therapy to avoid a potentially massive destruction of the understructure. The treatment of inadequately attached gingiva, gingiva hyperplasia, and peri-implant gingivitis is discussed with techniques that can alleviate these problems.

esthetic implant tissue management