Dental Crown Health Our Mission
Our mission is to offer patients a wide range of modern dental treatments, focusing on a dental implantology able to meet all demands. This is done at high quality standards, with state of the art equipment and in a pleasant environment, by a team of medical specialists prepared to provide all necessary information. They will discuss with you and choose the right treatment and dental care solutions. We want the meeting with our team of dental professionals to be a pleasant one, based on respect, satisfying without any risks all our patinets’ neeeds.
Dental Crown Health Our Vision
DentalCrownHealth Clinic aims to be in the top of the choices and trust of those who are looking for dental services and to become a market leader in this field. We want to provide dental services that will fit your budget while maintaining quality services and helping you save time and money.
Dental Crown Health Our Values
Quality: We offer quality services to our patients that respond exactly to their needs.We cover the entire range of dental specialties, these being offered by physicians well prepare professionally.
Safety: Safety is an essential element of the services offered by our clinic. We want to provide safe conditions both for our staff so they can conduct a performant activity and for the patients that benefit from our services. Thus our clinic strictly apllies the European standards for disinfection and sterilization.
Trust : Through all of these we want to gain the trust of our patients, which is one of the best measures of a job well done.
The negative effects of tooth loss:
Often tooth loss is not a problem for the patient until detrimental effects. Initially the bone withdraws, adjacent teeth bow and chewing and digestive problems appear. Now, with the help of dental implants we have a safe solution for replacing missing teeth. A dental implant has a root, form hence the name “artificial root”. Artificial roots serve as support for dental work.
Below you will find most frequently asked questions about dental implants:
What are they and what is their role ?
Are artificial roots made ??of titanium. They replace the roots of the missing teeth, being placed into the bone where we do not have teeth. They have the role of creating “links” to perform fixed dental work.
What is it made of :
Has the following components:
- The implant itself which is similar to the tooth root
- The abutment which is similar to the dental pivot
- The coverage crown which is similar to the dental crown
Certainly during treatment are also used several intermediate components needed for gum healing and for the prosthetic work which are: analog implant, healing screw, gum conformator, plastic cape as well as a number of special keys.
Patients with no teeth can benefit from a fixed dental work ?
In the case where the patient does not have any teeth the only way to achieve a fixed dental work is the one supported by dental implants. When teeth re missing, or when they exist only in the front, “dental bridges” cannot be used. By inserting “artificial roots” we make links so that a fixed dental work can ne achieved. Often, dental implant therapy is the only solution for a dental work that is not mobile.
How many implants are needed for a total edentulous patient for a fixed dental work.
To achieve a fixed dental work are requires at least 4 implants in the lower jaw and 6 at the maxillary In general, the more the better the support for a fixed work. Masticatory forces are transmitted directly to implants. If the force is divided to more implants, the risk of overstressing decreases.
The amount of bone available is essential in the treatment with implants ?
The bone as well suffers at edentulous patients. During chewing through the teeth, the bone receives functional stimuli. After the teeth loss, the bone is no longer stimulated physiological during chewing so it is reabsorbed rapidly. So, in the first year after extraction, the bone withdraws by 4-5 mm at the jaw and 2-3 mm to the mandible and that only in the first year. Subsequently the bone withdraws slower but continuous, leading in time to reaching pronounced and uneven resorption of the prosthetic field. In this case the development of dental work and dentures becomes extremely difficult.
What kind of anesthesia is used ?
Local anesthesia is used. Being a minimally invasive intervention is not necessary to perform general anesthesia. The patient is conscious but does not feel pain, the intervention being similar to a simple tooth extraction.
How long does the intervention take ?
The intervention can take between 45 minutes and 2 hours depending on the complexity of the case and the number of implants inserted.
In how much time the work is complete ?
Most of the times a temporary work it is done in a few days. To achieve the final work is required a healing time depending on bone quality. On average it takes 3 months for the mandible and 5 months for the maxilla. In complex cases involving grafts and bone remodeling, the period may be extended up to 8 months – 1 year.
Depending on the case can be made several temporary dental work on the same day.
Is there a risk of rejection ?
Artificial roots are made of titanium, titanium is used in general practice in many areas: orthopedics, neurosurgery, cardiology, etc…It is that metal very well accepted by the human body.
Is accepted but that does not mean he cannot be lost by other mechanisms. The main factor is the bacterial one, given by the microbes that are in saliva and that come in contact with the dental work. In the absence of proper hygiene germs reach the implant resulting in its loss. To prevent this, regular checkups and sanitations are needed.
Can you put implants in patients with periodontitis ?
The dental pivot is similar to the dental implant ?
No, the dental pivot is used when the roots are healthy, to restore the tooth crown and then to perform dental work. The implant is used to replace the roots of teeth extracted. On this an abutment similar to the dental pivot is screwed. So the dental implant is similar to the roots and the dental pivot to the abutment.
Are them indicated for the elderly ?
You can insert them at any age after 18 years. There is no upper age limit. Requisit conditions are: general state of good physical and mental health, sufficient alveolar bone available, the lack of serious diseases.
Are implants indicated for children ?
After the age of 18 only. At this age the jaw bone growth is complete, which is important in the treatment of edentulous children. Another important aspect in the treatment of edentulous children is the possibility of orthodontic treatment that can often solve the lack of one or more teeth.
Can implants be used on people with diabetes ?
Diabetes is a disease more common nowadays. Diabetes causes a delay in the healing of gums and bone around the implant.
Generally there are no problems in people who undergo treatment and keep the blood sugar under control.
Insertion will be done only with the agreement of the diabetes doctor.
Normal glucose: 73-110 mg / dl in the fasted state and abnormal glucose value is over 126 mg / dl. In general, any surgery is contraindicated in patients with glucose above 120mg/dl.
Patients undergoing appropriate treatment and proper diet have a lower risk of developing complications.
- In children where the growth of the jaws is not finalized
- Patients with serious diseases: myocardial infarction, AIDS, leukemia etc.
- Pregnant women