If preserving a tooth is no longer possible, it is almost always possible today to close the resulting gap with an implant and an implant crown. This provides a strong, fixed solution that significantly enhances your quality of life.

An implant is particularly recommended if the teeth adjacent to the gap do not yet have any defects. In contrast to closing a gap using a bridge, the implant does not require grinding down the neighboring teeth and the associated crowning. In addition to replacing individual teeth, implants are also suitable as pillars for dentures for extensive, fixed bridges or removable prostheses.

Specialized through extensive training with the German Society for Oral Implantology at the University of Cologne and using the most advanced, low-radiation 3D imaging technology (Digital Volume Tomography), we can minimize all risk factors even before the implantation. By providing a detailed assessment of the anatomical structures on the computer, we ensure a high level of precision and safety in our implant procedures.

In today’s modern dentistry, guided implantology involves the use of “backward planning” to insert an implant tailored to your unique jaw situation, planned in advance on the computer. The implant is mapped out on a previously created virtual 3D model of your jaw, and its position is transferred using a computer-milled guide template. This ensures that the implant is placed with absolute precision in the actual mouth, exactly as planned on the computer. This technique significantly reduces the operation time and promotes faster wound healing, offering the gentlest