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Dental implantation is a surgical procedure that is common in the field of dentistry. The essence of the procedure is to replace and make up for missing teeth in the oral cavity.
How is implantation performed?
The procedure involves the implantation of a titanium root into the jawbone, which ensures the functions of the root of a natural tooth. Titanium is used to make the implant because this material is most prone to engraftment. After some time, an intermediate element – an abutment – is put on the titanium root. The size and material of the abutment is determined by the professional depending on the clinical situation. The last stage is the crown, which replaces the surface of the tooth, performs a chewing function and meets high standards of aesthetic appeal. The color of the crown and the material of manufacture are also selected individually for each patient. Continue reading