A dental implant is a screw which is inserted into the bone that supports teeth. It acts as an artificial dental root to adequately hold a dental prosthesis.

When the implant is stable in the bone, a dental prosthesis is made in a laboratory and subsequently installed on the implant. This kind of prosthesis can be attached permanently to the implant.

Removable prostheses on implants are also available. These implant-supported dentures can be removed easily for cleaning and are much more stable than conventional dentures.

Single Implant

The prosthesis is a simple artificial crown that is mounted on an abutment which is itself screwed into the implant.

It is used to replace a single tooth or sometimes a few teeth, which can be adequately supported by one implant.

Removable Prosthesis On Implants

It is a removable appliance or a denture fixed on implants. This improves the comfort and stability of the prosthesis depending on the oral condition of each patient.