Implant Treatment In Bone Insufficiency

In order to make healthy implant-supported teeth, implants should be held by at least 1 mm of tissues all around them. Therefore, sufficient width and length of bone support is needed to make long-lasting implants.

There are two basic methods for determining that there is enough bone:

1) Clinical examination by a knowledgeable and experienced physician

2) 3D imaging with dental volumetric tomography, where we can see all the details that cannot be detected during clinical controls and even during the operation

If it is determined that there is not enough bone to make a healthy prosthesis in the jaw, new bone formation can be made by applying different techniques in the jaws. Alternatively a healthy chewing can be achieved with correct prosthetic solutions by applying angled implants with the Fast & Fixed technique.