Eating difficulties

  • Does it sound familiar? Despite tooth brushing and the regular check-ups at the dentist, it is still not possible to save your teeth?
  • Unfortunately, periodontitis is very common. Saving the teeth should always be the primary goal, but if it is not possible, you still have options to avoid living with a removable denture.

Book in for a consultation and find out how you could get tooth replacement only within 5 working days.

Eating difficulties

Unfortunately, losing the stability of the teeth will affect almost everyone by time.

In order to avoid it, regular dental check-ups and dental hygiene treatments are necessary, although if the problem has already occured, there is a solution for that as well.

If you are experiencing that your teeth are falling out, you have problems with chewing, and eating is rather suffering and a must instead of a delightful activity, then you should not hesitate no more going to the dentist.

There are some cases when the teeth can be saved, but in many cases, unfortunately, we are facing such an infection, that the only possible solution is removing and immediately replacing the teeth.

We analyze all the possible solutions during the consultation, because the goal is to keep the patient's own teeth for as long as possible.

Implant within a week. How is it possible?

Implant within a week. How is it possible?

This Swiss or one-phase implant can be placed immediately in a more dense bone layer.
Taking advantage of implant placement in a deeper bone layer makes it possible to receive implants even for those who have been wearing dentures for ages or previously failed (dental implant treatment) owing to theire serve bone loss.

  • a faster
  • less invasive
  • and less expensive Swiss implant system

Book in for a consultation and find out how you could get final tooth replacement only within 5 working days.

Before After, dental works you can expect

Full jaw restorationFull jaw restoration
Full jaw restoration
 Hemorrhagic abnormalities Hemorrhagic abnormalities
Hemorrhagic abnormalities
Periodontal gum diseasePeriodontal gum disease
Periodontal gum disease

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