Dental Implants in Paphos and Cyprus
Restore Your Smile with Our Top-Quality Dental Implants
Dental implants are a revolutionary solution for tooth replacement, offering a durable and natural-looking option for those with missing teeth. The implant dentistry procedure involves placing a titanium implant directly into the jawbone to replace the root of the missing tooth. Once placed, the implant fuses with the bone, creating a stable foundation for a crown or denture to be attached, depending on the number of dental implants required.
At our dental clinic in Paphos, we specialize in dental implants, offering a safe and effective implant procedure to our patients. Our expert team uses state-of-the-art technology and techniques to ensure optimal results and patient comfort. If you’re looking for dental implants in Paphos or Cyprus, we are here to provide you with a personalized treatment plan to meet your unique needs. Don’t let missing teeth affect your confidence and quality of life – contact us today to learn more about dental implants.
Precise and Efficient Tooth Replacement
Computer-Guided Dental Implants in Paphos, Cyprus.
In our clinic, we place the Implants in a computer-guided way, ensuring a precise and accurate implant placement.
At our dental clinic in Paphos, we use computer-guided technology to ensure precise and accurate placement of dental implants. This technique also allows us to minimize surgical trauma, which can reduce post-operative pain and swelling. In fact, some of our patients do not even require painkillers after the implant placement. Contact us to learn more about our implant dentistry services in Paphos and Cyprus.
Dental Implants Procedure
Stages of Dental Implants: From Consultation to Completion
- Computer-Guided Planning:
Before any procedure, our experts utilize advanced 3D software to plan and ensure the safe and precise placement of your dental implants. We start by taking a CBCT scan of your bone, which we match with a 3D jaw impression. Then, using digital software, we create a 3D template that guides the direction and depth of the implant. This surgical guide is 3D printed using biocompatible resins and placed in your mouth during surgery to ensure accurate implant placement.
After the planning stage, the implant is placed in your jawbone under local anaesthesia.
- Bone Augmentation:
We can perform bone augmentation to replace missing bone due to previous infections or early tooth loss.
The implant needs time to fuse with the bone, which typically takes 3-4 months.
- Prosthetic Stage: After healing, we can place the crown on the implant, which can be glued or screwed.