Dental implants

Dental implants

We deal with the following implants:

What are the benefits of dental implants?

The advantages of implants are obvious. They give you back the feeling of a secure and comfortable bite, creating the opportunity for easy eating and a confident smile. A number of satisfied patients have reported the excellent functional and aesthetic value of implant-supported dentures, especially in the case of completely edentulous jaws. In such cases, even with perfectly fabricated complete dentures, chewing strength and stability cannot be achieved as well as with implants to hold the dentures in place.

What are dental implants made of?

After taking a panoramic X-ray of both the upper and lower jaw and examining the clinical anatomy of the mouth, the doctor will prepare the treatment plan that best suits your needs. After anaesthesia, the bone surface in the area of the jawbone in question is exposed. This is where the bone bed that will receive the implant is formed. The screw implant itself is then inserted, over which the gum is sutured. The whole procedure takes 30-90 minutes - the surgery itself takes about 15 minutes per implant. Any discomfort after treatment is no more than the pain you might experience after a tooth extraction. It is also uncomfortable because the sutures are removed 10 days after the implantation and no removable dentures can be worn during this period.

Important advice for the days after implantation:

  • You can brush your other teeth as usual.
  • The antibiotic you have been given should be taken as directed by your doctor. If any side effects occur, you should switch to a different antibiotic.
  • The stitches should be removed after 7-10 days, otherwise they may become infected.
  • The face on the side where the implant was placed should be covered and cooled, as it can become very swollen. If the ice pack you have received has melted, you can also cool it with something at home, but it is important that it is not cold and frosty, but just cool.

During the healing process, the bone will pull on the surface of the implant to ensure its stability. All this is done in isolation from the outside world - to protect the gums. After the healing period (3-4 months), the implant is released and the necessary superstructure (crown, bridge or prosthesis) is made, which consists of the same medical and dental stages as for traditional tooth replacements.

Important information about dental implants:

  • Implant treatment is not always possible.
  • Your implant denture should be reviewed every six months.
  • Patients with dental implants should strive to keep the oral cavity as clean as possible, which includes taking care of the teeth and the neck of the dental implant in the oral cavity.
  • If the patient is wearing a removable prosthesis in the jawbone area used for implantation, this must not be worn for 10 days after the operation (until the sutures are removed).
  • Regular alcohol and drug consumption and smoking are risk factors.
  • Dental implants may be contraindicated in certain diseases (diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, etc.). It is the doctor''s responsibility to assess this.
  • For patients under 16 years of age, tooth implantation should also be considered.

Opening hours

  • Monday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Friday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed


Feel free to contact us!

Feel free to contact us!
Hungary: +36 96 566 424
Austria: +43 800 291 243
Germany: +49 800 291 2431

Please contact us!

By phone

Hungary: +36 96 566 424
Austria: +43 800 291 243
Germany: +49 800 291 2431