Dental implants are the most common and popular method in the world today to restore missing teeth. A dental implant is an artificial root that is inserted into a bone and attached to a crown. Implants are made of titanium alloy, which is embedded in the bone (integrated). It is absolutely inert and does not pose any threat to the body. Dental implants can restore both missing teeth as well as four, five or more teeth.
Implantation planning is done using computed tomography, which allows us to perform the operation with maximum accuracy.