Dental implantology



Smile. It matters!

Dental implantology
The look of your smile is important, but its functionality is major. Teeth implants are the savior, they recover the spot where teeth roots are missing with bridges or crowns. They are implanted in the bone, in place of the lost tooth root. After their upgrading and their inclusion in the structure, an extremely effective restoration of the functional unity “root – crown” is obtained.

Why is it so important?
Because when you lose a tooth or even more than one the adjacent bone no longer functioning properly. As a result that particular jaw loses bone mass, bone atrophies and is resorbed.

In the long term that bone resorption is spreading, potentially leading to damage closest teeth. That is where implants shine. They keep your bone’s functionality like a dental appliance due to the direct implant-bone interaction. No resorption.

Teeth implants are made of bio titanium, which connects to the bone’s tissue, making it aesthetical looking and a solid substructure for building a beautiful and healthy smile. They are a perfect solution for bridge construction, single recovery or even edentulousness.

What is basal implantology?


Bone consists of an inner soft (spongy) part that is covered with a dense bone layer (cortical). Each basal implant is placed in at least two places in the cortical bone(bi-cortical). The cortical bone that is used to place basal implants is highly mineralized and with a high degree of regeneration. This ensures the integration of dental implants and allows their immediate loading. They differ from classical (two-part) implants in the way they are placed, in the way of redistribution of forces, but especially in the planning and implementation of the prosthetic structure and the postoperative regime.

• Basal dental implants are the first choice in moderate or severe atrophy of the jaws, as well as in cases where patients want an immediate return to chewing function.
• Basal implants are suitable for placement even in cases of severe bone atrophy, that is, in patients with “insufficient” bone.
• There is no need for bone displacement (bone augmentation) and sinus lift before implant placement.
• Basal implants are placed in one visit by a less traumatic method than the traditional (two-part) implants.
• Primary load – on the third day after implantation, the prosthetic construction is cemented.
• Placing is appropriate in the absence of one or more teeth, even in the cases of totally edentulous patients (lacking teeth completely)
• Single crowns can also be placed on single basal implants. They load immediately only in certain situations.
• Possible complications of implantation are minimal. Because the placement is associated with less invasive surgical intervention, implants will place in the deep layers of the bone. This reduces the risk of infection several times compared to the classical (two-part) implants.
• There is no risk of peri-implantitis and other infections because the implants are made of polished titanium, and there is no plaque accumulation on the surface, creating inflammation.
• Severe and hopeless periodontal conditions can be treated with basal implants in one visit. After the removal of periodontal compromised soft tissues and teeth, the patient is ready for implant placement.
• Basal implants are a good choice for smokers and diabetics. Implant care includes perfect oral hygiene and regular prophylactic examinations.


Teeth implants – what are they and who can take advantage of them

Dental implantology is the modern method for a partial or full edentulism recovery. Because of it the patient doesn’t have to worry about neighboring teeth filing and wearing crowns.

Treatment for a partial or full edentulism recovery. As general conditions we can mention:

  • Patient has to be at least 16 years old with fully developed bone system.
  • All kinds of teeth or enamel diseases should be cured before this manipulation.

In conclusion dental implantology is a solver for not only aesthetical but functionally problems as well. You probably know that when you have impaired or complete loss of teeth, the enjoyment of good food can become an unpleasant sensation, and a smile becomes a rare phenomenon of anxiety. Call +359 888 310 106 or write us an email at book your appointment with our specialists in dental implantology now!

Implant structure
You may think that the structure of such invention is tough, but we might surprise you, it’s exactly the opposite. Their simplicity is the key to the greatest durability and ease of maintaining. There are two fundamental parts of one implant:
  1. intraosseous implant – a gingival part that is placed in the jawbone and replaces the root of the tooth.
  2. suprastructure – upemanel superstructure or the so-called abutment on which the crown is placed.

The downenamel screw part is always made from titanium alloy, at best Ti–6Al–4V or else called titanium alloy class 5. This is an extremely biocompatible material in which the “rejection” of the organism as a foreign body is practically impossible.

Different types of dental implants

There are two typed of dental implants currently – Endosteal Dental Implants and basal or Subperiosteal Dental Implants

  • Endosteal Dental Implants
  • Basal or Subperiosteal Dental Implants