Implants for large tooth gaps and shortened rows of teeth
Implants for large tooth gaps and shortened rows of teeth – as natural as possible!
When the smile suddenly looks old, some teeth are missing or older dentures become a problem that cannot be fixed, implants can make your teeth look normal again.
Single-tooth implants are an elegant solution if several teeth are missing: Every tooth is replaced individually and the original situation is restored exactly. If three or more adjacent teeth are missing, you can also have an implant-borne bridge. The new crowns are fastened together and placed on two or more implants.
A temporary denture closes the gaps during the healing phase.
Once this is finished, the final crowns or the bridge are fixed permanently to the implants.
Three missing teeth at the end of the row of teeth
A bridge on two implants
Three single teeth on three implants
Natural aesthetics, natural function