By implant installation, it is possible to compensate for the lack of one tooth or all the teeth of one jaw. They are made of titanium, a metal that does not cause the reaction of the surrounding tissue, is not rejected by the body and is not toxic. In a large number of cases, due to long-lasting edentulism, the presence of infections or periodontal disease, the bone level decreases. Bone replacement procedures are then initiated to provide ample space for the implant installation. This is achieved using animal origin bones which also do not cause body reaction and are not rejected by the human body.
It is necessary to wait for 2-4 months from implant installation to the production of the final prosthesis in the lower jaw, while for the upper jaw it is necessary to wait for 6 months until the implants definitely integrate into the bone. It is possible to carry a temporary replacement during this period. The pieces of information provided are only general guidelines since an individual treatment plan is created for each patient based on the clinical examination and X-ray images.