What is it?
Dental implants are artificial roots that are placed (implanted) in the mandibular or maxillary bone, in order to replace the roots of missing teeth, and creating a solid base on which to anchor both restorations of individual teeth, such as prostheses partial or total. Best of all, the implants work exactly like our teeth. The implants we use are from the MIS Implants line and have an International Guarantee in more than 70 countries, including all of Europe and the USA.
When is necessary?
The dental implant is a medical device intended to be the artificial substitute for the root of a lost tooth. When replacing the lost teeth by means of implants, a greater amount of alveolar bone is conserved since this is reabsorbed by not receiving any type of stimulus.