Losing a tooth can be caused by many different reasons such as tooth decay, infection, gum disease, trauma or the removal of a damaged tooth.
A dental implant is the most functional and safe replacement for a missing tooth, allowing you to eat, smile and laugh with confidence.
It is a simple procedure that can be completed with local anesthetic. The implant will take three to six months to heal and integrate with your jawbone to provide a stable support for the replacement tooth.
Once your gum has healed, a special part (abutment) will be attached to the implant to hold the replacement tooth (holder) in place. Brackets are made of titanium, gold or porcelain and are custom made for you. These options offer a range of aesthetic results, depending on your requirements.
A crown is then placed to replace the missing tooth. The dentist will carefully match the color of your crown to the natural color of your teeth.


Patients need a faster treatment and immediate completion of the process of restoring natural teeth. This need is called upon to be covered by the immediate loading of dental implants, which is aimed at patients who, for various reasons, cannot remain without teeth for a long period of time.
Under certain conditions, the patient can get their smile back on the same day with immediate placement and immediate loading of implants.
Thus, it is possible to complete the procedure in a short period of time, while also reducing the number of visits, helping the patient to obtain an immediate solution to his problem on the same day.
Unlike traditional natural tooth restoration protocols, which require multiple visits to the dentist and 3 to 12 months of treatment, immediate loading guarantees same-day teeth, allowing the patient to immediately return to daily activities.


All-On 4 treatment is a permanent dental prosthesis that replaces an entire row of teeth at the top or bottom of the jaw. It consists of a bridge supported by a complete prosthetic arch which is attached to 4 implants surgically implanted in the patient’s jawbone. At the top, two implants are placed in the front part of the jawbone, and two others are implanted at the bottom at an angle to avoid the sinus cavities. In the mandible, the two posterior implants are placed at an angle to avoid the inferior alveolar canal. The prosthetic arch, consisting of resin false gums and ceramic or porcelain teeth, completes the system.