Implantology

We work with the highest quality implants on the market, without compromise!

Our professional team is also capable of more complex surgical treatments such as sinus lifting (lifting of the floor of a maxillary sinus), bone augmentation in cases of insufficient bone when is not possible to place an implant immediately. In such cases indication for implantation becomes much wider and even difficult cases of bone loss can be treated with implants.
Our professional team is also capable of more complex surgical treatments such as sinus lifting (lifting of the floor of a maxillary sinus), bone augmentation in cases of insufficient bone when is not possible to place an implant immediately. In such cases indication for implantation becomes much wider and even difficult cases of bone loss can be treated with implants.

FAQ

We will try to answer briefly some of the most common questions
What are the implants?
Modern dental surgery allows implantation of titanic screws, implants in upper or lower jaw. After a period of time needed for osseointegration or splicing of a bone with the dental implant, it is possible to place prosthetics on such implants, such as crowns, bridges or dentures.

Our professional team is also capable of more complex surgical treatments such as sinus lifting (lifting of the floor of a maxillary sinus), bone augmentation in cases of insufficient bone when is not possible to place an implant immediately. In such cases indication for implantation becomes much wider and even difficult cases of bone loss can be treated with implants.

Which implants are used in your practice?
Our dental surgeons use dental implant systems from Astra Tech Implant and Ankylos. These are currently the highest quality implants available on the market and have been used for years across Europe and the world. The hundreds of thousands of patients annually worldwide satisfied with these implants are evidence of their superior quality and safety.
What does the implant placement procedure imply?
What has been deemed as an alternative procedure several years ago, today is applied as common practice. Prosthetic rehabilitation based on implants which imitate the root of a tooth can be subdivided into two phases:

1. Surgical phase includes all interventions necessary for the placement of an implant into or on the bone (jaw) and preparation for the uptake of the prosthetic work, i.e. the extension of the visible part of the tooth (crown, part of the tooth above the gingiva). To repeat, dental implants replace the natural root of the tooth, but each tooth, natural and artificial alike, must also have a crown.

2. Prosthetic phase implies everything that is necessary to place the tooth at the top or tops of the implants, but this follows after the process of osseointegration is completed. This process lasts for several months after the placement of the implant into the bone, during which period the implant is not in use and the body grows bone to the surface of the implant to fix it.

Is implant placement a painful procedure?
The implant placement procedure is done under local anaesthesia so as to avoid pain and discomfort. However, just as with any other surgical procedure, the patient can feel a slight discomfort. In practice, most patients are positively surprised because they expected to feel a much severe pain during the procedure.
Are post-placement complications possible?
Even though there is always some risk, statistical data show that the success rate of the therapy is above 99%, thus the risk is minimal. Yet, in very rare cases, it may occur that the implant cannot integrate with the bone and that can cause complications. It has to be emphasised that careful and detailed oral hygiene after placement is highly important in order to prevent a possible inflammation of the dental tissue. An inflammation can cause the implant to fall out, just as it can cause natural teeth to fall out.
What measures of dental care should be applied post-operationem(follow-up)?
An implantological surgery is performed under local anaesthesia and is completely painless. The intervention itself does not hurt, however the placement site may get swollen. Therefore it is important to apply a cold compress on the placement site immediately after the surgery to reduce the swelling.

Furthermore, you must apply proper oral hygiene measures that we will explain to you in detail. Although the implants are not exposed to oral bacteria and cannot become inflamed like natural teeth, this is not true for the surrounding tissue which, when inflamed, can significantly disturb the process in which the body accepts the implant.

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FAQ

We will try to answer briefly some of the most common questions
What are the implants?
Modern dental surgery allows implantation of titanic screws, implants in upper or lower jaw. After a period of time needed for osseointegration or splicing of a bone with the dental implant, it is possible to place prosthetics on such implants, such as crowns, bridges or dentures.

Our professional team is also capable of more complex surgical treatments such as sinus lifting (lifting of the floor of a maxillary sinus), bone augmentation in cases of insufficient bone when is not possible to place an implant immediately. In such cases indication for implantation becomes much wider and even difficult cases of bone loss can be treated with implants.

Which implants are used in your practice?
Our dental surgeons use dental implant systems from Astra Tech Implant and Ankylos. These are currently the highest quality implants available on the market and have been used for years across Europe and the world. The hundreds of thousands of patients annually worldwide satisfied with these implants are evidence of their superior quality and safety.
What does the implant placement procedure imply?
What has been deemed as an alternative procedure several years ago, today is applied as common practice. Prosthetic rehabilitation based on implants which imitate the root of a tooth can be subdivided into two phases:

1. Surgical phase includes all interventions necessary for the placement of an implant into or on the bone (jaw) and preparation for the uptake of the prosthetic work, i.e. the extension of the visible part of the tooth (crown, part of the tooth above the gingiva). To repeat, dental implants replace the natural root of the tooth, but each tooth, natural and artificial alike, must also have a crown.

2. Prosthetic phase implies everything that is necessary to place the tooth at the top or tops of the implants, but this follows after the process of osseointegration is completed. This process lasts for several months after the placement of the implant into the bone, during which period the implant is not in use and the body grows bone to the surface of the implant to fix it.

Is implant placement a painful procedure?
The implant placement procedure is done under local anaesthesia so as to avoid pain and discomfort. However, just as with any other surgical procedure, the patient can feel a slight discomfort. In practice, most patients are positively surprised because they expected to feel a much severe pain during the procedure.
Are post-placement complications possible?
Even though there is always some risk, statistical data show that the success rate of the therapy is above 99%, thus the risk is minimal. Yet, in very rare cases, it may occur that the implant cannot integrate with the bone and that can cause complications. It has to be emphasised that careful and detailed oral hygiene after placement is highly important in order to prevent a possible inflammation of the dental tissue. An inflammation can cause the implant to fall out, just as it can cause natural teeth to fall out.
What measures of dental care should be applied post-operationem(follow-up)?
An implantological surgery is performed under local anaesthesia and is completely painless. The intervention itself does not hurt, however the placement site may get swollen. Therefore it is important to apply a cold compress on the placement site immediately after the surgery to reduce the swelling.

Furthermore, you must apply proper oral hygiene measures that we will explain to you in detail. Although the implants are not exposed to oral bacteria and cannot become inflamed like natural teeth, this is not true for the surrounding tissue which, when inflamed, can significantly disturb the process in which the body accepts the implant.

Why us?

Knowledge, experience and top-quality service.
Kindness and resposibility in work.

Our team

Our patients no longer need to take multiple trips to multiple addresses. We offer all stomatologic services at one place.

Our dental office

Our patients no longer need to take multiple trips to multiple addresses. We offer all stomatologic services at one place.

Why us?

Knowledge, experience and top-quality service.
Kindness and resposibility in work.

Our team

Our patients no longer need to take multiple trips to multiple addresses. We offer all stomatologic services at one place.

Our dental office

Our patients no longer need to take multiple trips to multiple addresses. We offer all stomatologic services at one place.

Contact us

Get in touch with us, so we can arrange your first free consultation!

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Working hours

Mon, Wed : 13:00 - 20:30
Tue, Thu, Fri : 7:00 - 14:30

Address

Anina 2a,
32100, Vinkovci
Croatia

Contact us

Get in touch with us, so we can arrange your first free consultation!

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Working hours

Mon, Wed : 13:00 – 20:30
Tue, Thu, Fri : 7:00 – 14:30

 

Address

Anina 2a,
32100, Vinkovci
Croatia
This project was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.
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