Single Implant

If you have lost a tooth and now have a gap, or if you have a tooth that has been diagnosed as unrestorable, then a single implant to cover the gap or replace the tooth could be a good solution. With a dental implant, the adjacent teeth don’t have to be touched and we only focus on the gap.

Initially you go through a clinical examination and a bone density 3D scan in our clinic, to determine the bone volume. After that you will given an appointment for the installation of the implant, which is a minor surgical procedure. After gum and bone healing, approximately 3 months, we start with the fabrication of the actual new tooth on top of the implant, the implant crown.