The implant is placed into the jaw to replace the tooth root and acts as an anchor for single crowns, bridges, or dentures. Dental implants have the appearance and functionality ‘more’ similar to natural teeth, and can prevent the loss of bone and protect the adjacent teeth along with certain other benefits. Planning – Our team will plan your dental treatment to ensure the best results Positioning – our specialists will position the implant and shape the gum tissue around the implant. Healing – the bone grows around the implant and integrates with the surface of implant in a few weeks. Temporary restoration – if the implant is in a visible area, a temporary denture will be provided until the implant site and gingiva heal. The positioning of abutment – when healing is complete, the dentist will place the abutment, a small piece that connects the implant and the crown. A definitive impression of the gums and the implants will serve as a model for the production of the final restoration. Final restoration – the temporary restoration is removed and the permanent prosthesis is firmly fixed on the implants. Implants are pimarily used for: -single tooth replacement, with healthy adjacent teeth that would have to be grinded to support the classical fixed partial denture (bridge) -multiple-tooth replacement, that can’t be supported by a classical bridge because of the big interdental span -completely edentulous jaw, when the few implants support complete fixed bridge (12 crows supported by 6 to 8 implants) -completely edentulous jaw, when the few implants support removable denture (2 to 4 implants) Conscious sedation – a solution for patients who have a fear of the dentist The sedation of patients in dentistry has been in use for many years in the United States and across Europe. The gas nitrous oxide, also known as “laughing gas”, is the most common choice for sedation of patients with mild to moderate anxiety or fear of dental treatment. The gas takes effect within a few minutes and within a short period, the effect disappears and has no side effects, making this method safe for use in daily practice.