Nova Dentismed's Implantology Center brings together a set of human and technical resources dedicated to the practice of the Implantology specialty, ensuring a high quality clinical practice and personalized care.
Our team of medical specialists in Implantology and Oral Surgery, has over 10,000 dental implants successfully placed over 20 years of activity in the dental market. It is currently made of:
Dra. Ana Paula Atanásio
Dr. Paulo Farran
Dra. Raquel Coelho
Dra. Maria Ruano
Dr. André Furtado
MOST COMMON CASES OF ORAL REHABILITATION
OUR DENTAL IMPLANTS
WHO CAN HAVE DENTAL IMPLANTS
The placement of implants is the best solution for oral rehabilitation, whether you need to replace one or more teeth.
As it is a simple but very delicate process, you should always book an assessment and diagnosis appointment, in order to determine the state of your oral health and find out whether you would be a good candidate for this type of treatment.
NOVA DENTISMED IMPLANTOLOGY CENTER
Implant-supported dental bridge
Implant-supported bridges use dental implants as opposed to crowns or frameworks. In cases where there are several consecutive teeth missing but there are still natural teeth in good condition, you may choose to place 2 implants in which you will fit a ceramic bridge, with the middle crown(s) supported in the gum.
Unitary implants are used to replace a single missing tooth or a few teeth that can be supported by a single implant.
Teeth in a day
If there is no contraindication, a crown or provisional prosthesis may be placed on the same day as the implant surgery.
Therefore, in just one day, patients can have a new replacement set of teeth and a whole new smile.
At Nova Dentismed Implantology Center, we choose to use highly recognized implant brands such as MegaGen, Biomet 3i or Straumann, with whom we have worked for several years. The choice of one of these brands will be made by the specialist, depending on the study and planning of the clinical case, in order to obtain the best possible results not only in functional and aesthetic terms, but also according to the patient expectations.
Conventional complete dentures were the common treatment for edentulous patients. However, the advent of implant-supported overdentures has replaced conventional dentures as a better standard for rehabilitation, giving more confort to the patient.
PHASES OF TREATMENT
1. EVALUATION AND TREATMENT PLANNING
At this stage, by using one or more radiographic examinations, the dentist will assess your oral health and analyze bone availability, among other factors, for the placement of dental implants. After analysing all the information, the treatment plan will be presented, explaining all the details in terms of procedures, duration of intervention, type of dental implant and type of prosthesis.