Implant dentistry is a specialty of our Zurich-based surgery. Dental implants are artificial tooth posts (like roots) that are surgically positioned into the jawbone. They provide a stable support onto which crowns or a removable dental appliance can be securely mounted and thus form the basis of aesthetically-pleasing results.
Our practice for implant dentistry in Zurich
We are your specialists in the field of implant dentistry. We draw on many years of experience and standardised processes in prosthetic and aesthetic dentistry to provide you with safe and aesthetically outstanding results.
For many years, the partners at our practice have been very successful in the fields of dental surgery and prosthetic and aesthetic dentistry. Their great expertise provides the foundation for successful treatments without any complications.
Dental implants are a routine procedure at our practice – safe and proven
Securely fitted beautiful teeth enhance a patient’s quality of life. Using dental implants, experienced and specialist dentists can restore teeth even when a patient suffers from unfavourable jaw conditions or extensive tooth loss. However, maintaining the health of existing teeth always remains a priority.
What is a dental implant?
A dental implant is a post which is surgically positioned into the jawbone and acts as an artificial root onto which any kind of tooth replacement can be mounted. This means that the tooth can be artificially restored in its entirety. The result is a safe, stable, durable and biological tooth replacement that may support anything from a crown to a bridge or a full denture.
Dental implants and the materials used
Implants are made of either titanium or zirconia. Both have been scientifically tested and have been proven to produce great results, because they are compatible with the jaw and fuse with the existing bone.
Good overall health, good oral hygiene, regular dental cleaning and exams as well adequate bone to support the implant are preconditions for the success of the treatment. Ahead of the procedure, we discuss these aspects with you in detail and give you practical advice on how you can safeguard your implants for the future. In complex cases, we use and our 3D-implant-planning tool to plan your individual procedure in detail.