Dental implants are titanium fixings, totally biocompatible, bioinert, made with stable material, with the ability to integrate with bone and be tolerated by the surrounding soft tissue. They are placed in the maxilla or mandible (jaw) to replace impaired or absent teeth. Implants are able to integrate within the bone tissue and naturally coexist with the rest of the structures of the mouth. After being placed inside the maxillary bone or the jaw, implants serve, once integrated, to support the new artificial teeth that will be attached to them.
This system, is the most innovative fixed option to replace missing teeth.