A dental implant is a pure titanium anchor that is inserted into the bone to replace the root of the tooth you have lost, on which was subsequently fixed restoration: a single crown, a bridge or full denture.
The dental implant has the function of an artificial root of pure titanium, biocompatible, that once inserted in the bone and integration elapsed about 3 months, allows charging to be performed corona masticatory function and aesthetic tooth lost.
The implant is attached to the bone by a process called OSSEOINTEGRATION that carries a 3 month period, which is a tight binding of the titanium to the bone, allowing a very good stability for a long lasting.
In beyourself perform most computer-guided surgery, accompanied with a TAC. Guided surgery technology helps us in placing implants, when performing this in three dimensions, simplifying the process of surgery, knowing in advance the most favorable location for implants and facilitates our work in anatomical areas of difficult access.