Losing one or more teeth is serious both from the cosmetic point of view and for correct chewing function:
- The remaining teeth tend to move into the empty space, changing the contact between the teeth in the arches, while the jaws start to close incorrectly, creating irreversible damage.
- Chewing food becomes difficult and causes problems for both the masticatory and digestive systems.
- Oral health is greatly impaired and dental caries on the remaining teeth becomes more frequent because oral hygiene is difficult.


The most modern and effective solution, carried out daily in our practice, is IMPLANTOLOGY BY INTRAORAL WELDING.
Using this technique, the missing tooth or teeth can be replaced by implants that look exactly the same as natural teeth. The bone supports the root of the implant just it would a natural tooth. Titanium is the material used for constructing dental implants. It is shaped like a screw, with a thread inserted into the bone and a protruding part shaped like a miniature tooth. The artificial tooth or crown (metal or ceramic) is fixed with cement to this protruding part (abutment).

The main advantage
The main advantage of implants is that the teeth have exactly the same structure and function as natural teeth, restoring the appearance and function of the mouth.

Immediate-load IMPLANTOLOGY procedures using INTRAORAL WELDING can be carried out with both abutments and two-stage implants. Because the titanium bar is syncrystallised, immediate loading is possible. After 4 months the bar is removed for cosmetic and prosthetic reasons.


After the procedure:

Once the anaesthetic has worn off it is common for the gums and bones to feel a little sore. Before taking any painkillers you should wait for the dentist’s prescription. If there is any swelling it is helpful to hold an icepack near the area of the procedure. In the first few days it is best to avoid hot food and drinks. Take care to follow the dentist’s recommendations.


It is becoming increasingly essential for dentists to have simple, reliable and safe products at their disposal. This is particularly so in implantology, where it is essential for both operator and patient to be able to predict a positive result. Various methods have been developed over the years and dentists now have a much wider choice than before; nowadays a dentist’s practice cannot neglect this aspect of surgery if a successful practice and good patient service are to be ensured. However, it is important to make the right choice by giving careful consideration to all aspects: purely clinical points, service-related matters and the price/quality ratio.

The system offers two intraosseous forms: one cylindrical and one conical, with a more extended spiral. The length of the implants corresponds to that of the natural tooth’s root, as described in Wheeler’s Atlas of Tooth Form (1991).
The threaded part is treated using an SLA system that gives the surface the necessary degree of roughness to increase cellular activity and consequently bone formation around the implant.

The particular shape of the implants allows them to be used in post-extraction cases and for immediate loading; these are highly topical matters, on which dentists are focusing their attention and expectations, since clinical requirements must match those of patients. A non-product oriented technique limits the operator’s work and makes it inefficient. The various diameters and lengths of the fixtures provide a successful solution to any clinical diagnosis and the wide range of prosthetic components makes the system really comprehensive, benefiting the whole dental practice team.

The quality of the fixtures is backed up by substantial clinical experience and scientific research, as well as by legislation on medical devices, certification standards and ISO quality systems.

Using this technique, the missing tooth or teeth can be replaced by implants that look exactly the same as natural teeth »

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