Dental implants are structures, which imitates form and function of teeth, attached in the the spot of the former tooth in the jaw bone. The purpose of dental implants is to withstand the force chewing and to ensure the perfect esthetic look.

When dentist performs a radiogram, examines the patient and decides, which treatment should be applied. During the diagnosis various types and their advantages/disadvantages of teeth restoration are discussed. After the assessment of dental X-ray and CT scan, the dentist determines the length and diameter of the implant. In order implant to be accepted successfully, it’s necessary to have sufficient amount of bone tissues. Sometimes there are not enough bone tissues preserved in the patient’s jaw bone, so they must be restored. If the tooth is missing for a longer period, eventually the jaw bone may start to decay.