Tannlege Kirurg Arkadiusz Makowiecki, DDS,

  • I degree of specialisation in implantology,
  • 300 implant placements per year,
  • profesjonell tannlege i utlandet

Hvis du har spørsmål kan rettes til kjevekirurg, vennligst skriv til:kontakt@tannlegekrakow.no

WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE FOR DENTAL IMPLANT TREATMENT?

The planning of the procedure depends on the individual dental situation and will be discussed in detail with your dentist before treatment begins. The length of the treatment depends on the type of procedure and the number of implants to be placed.

Dental implants are typically placed in an outpatient procedure with local anesthesia. The area of the procedure is made numb so that the implant can be inserted into the bone without pain.

According to the implant size, the implant site will be prepared with special drills. The implant will then be accurately inserted into the jawbone. Primary stability, which is the firmness of the implant in the jawbone after placement, confirms the perfect fit of the implant in the bone immediately following implant insertion. This is one of the most important factors determining the success of healing.

Following dental surgery, the time at which a load is applied during implant healing plays a decisive role. The load refers to the crown, bridge, partial or denture. Late subjection to a load takes place following a certain period of implant healing (a few weeks to several months).

Immediate or early load is when a crown is immediately placed on the implant after placement. This requires very good bone conditions, optimal primary stability and adequate oral hygiene.

Dental implants require the same diligent oral hygiene as natural teeth. This includes regular check-ups and professional cleaning at the dentist. The long-term success of the treatment and the implant can only be guaranteed with meticulous care and regular checkups.

IMPLANTATKLINIKK KRAKOW

Plac Matejki 2, Krakow City Center

Spesialistklinikk i implantatbehandling over 20 års erfaring, vi formidler den nordmenn tannimplantatbehandling i Krakow. Klinikken ligger i Matejki Street 2, Krakow Old Town, og det er drevet kjevekirurgisk spesialistpraksis her siden 1997. Klinikken eies og drives av dr. Arkadiusz Makowiecki , spesialister i tannkirurgi. Med bred erfaring og moderne utstyr kan du være trygg på at vi kan hjelpe deg mot en bedre og sunnere tannhelse.

Behandling uten smerte

The WAND er et datakontrollert lokalbedøvelse system som muliggjør å utføre anestesi hvor en liten mengde konvensjonelt lokalanestetika blir administrert i det svampaktige beinet mellom tennene.

Før implantatet du kan trenge noen ekstra prosedyrer :

  • oppbygging av kjevebenet med Bio Oss (benpulver),
  • eller bentransplantasjon
  • eller sinuslift.

Med vår CTCB bilde kan vi måle den eksakte ben kvaliteten og benmengden før en implantasjon. Dette gjør at vår tannkirurg i forveien kan planlegge hvordan implantatet og tennene skal se ut. Dersom det er utilstrekkelig benvolum, gjør vi en oppbygging av kjevebenet med Bio Oss (benpulver), eller bentransplantasjon eller sinuslift. Dette er av og til nødvendig for at man skal oppnå tilstrekkelig høyde på kjevekammen til å sette inn tann-implantater med ønsket lengde for å erstatte jeksler i dette området.

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WHAT OPTIONS EXIST FOR REPLACING A TOOTH?

Missing teeth are replaced for functional (chewing, talking), esthetic (appearance) and health reasons (breaking up food to ensure good digestion). The choice of tooth replacement depends on the position in the mouth, the condition of the neighboring teeth and, most of all, the number of missing teeth.

There are several options for tooth replacement: full removable dentures, a fixed bridge or single implants. Conventional bridges or prostheses are fixed on existing teeth, but requires the grinding of healthy teeth. Implants feature the big advantage that existing teeth will be preserved in their functionality and esthetics. Additionally, bridges and prostheses can be fixed to implants more securely, offering more safety and comfort.

Conventional treatment

Initial situation: gap resulting from a single missing tooth.

Grinding down healthy teeth right and left of the gap with fixture of a bridge.

Final result following treatment.

The conventional treatment of dental gaps with a bridge requires the grinding of healthy neighboring teeth to securely anchor the new tooth. With this method, valuable healthy tooth matter is lost.

 If the gap from the missing teeth is too large or the dentition has too few teeth to fill the gaps for fixing a bridge, the only possibility is to make use of a partial prosthesis. Conventional partial prostheses are fixed using visible braces to existing teeth. Conventional complete prostheses, or dentures, are worn if all natual teeth are missing.

Treatment with dental implants

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Initial situation: gap due to a single missing tooth.

Placement of an implant in the tooth gap.

Anchoring an artificial crown on the implant.

Using an implant provides significant advantages compared to conventional dentures. Gaps are not taken care of by grinding neighboring teeth in order to fix a bridge or visible braces. The implant is simply positioned where the gap is.
Thanks to its fixed anchoring, the implant can function effortlessly as a natural tooth.

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