Dental implants

The insertion of implants in bone closely resembles the structure of a natural tooth. The intervention consists in inserting into the bone without toothing of pillars which, once integrated into the bone itself, may support an artificial tooth suitable to perform its function.

The surgical procedure is not difficult nor painful, it has a high success rate and it is an made under local anesthesia.

For the implant installation you need a sufficient amount of jaw bone density, patients must be in good health and psycho-physical condition with good oral hygiene practices.


  • Replacing the missing tooth or teeth in a highly aesthetic and functional way, long-lasting thanks to fixed dental prosthesis
  • Preservation of the integrity of the natural teeth is close to missing teeth that are not involved in the prosthesis
  • Reconstruction and preservation of the anatomy of the bone and gums of edentulous areas