The implant itself is not the purpose of the therapy, but it enables the provision of prosthetic restoration for lost teeth. As with natural teeth and implants, crowns, bridges and prostheses (carried by implants) can be made.
Crowns and bridges on implants are fixed works, that is, the patient cannot get them out of the mouth, so they provide significant comfort and confidence to the patient. By type of material they can be metal-ceramic and non-metallic. A big difference is in the binding of crowns to the implant:
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The most common complication of implant therapy is a pathological process similar to periodontal disease in natural teeth. Implants create deposits as in the teeth, and if they are not cleaned they regularly come to gingivitis (periimplatative mucositis), when the gums around the implants become more or less swollen, red and bleeding. At this stage, the problem is simply solved by removing deposits. However, if the patient does not respond and the deposits are not removed (and does not improve oral hygiene), the bone is also affected in the future. Periimplantitis represents the breakdown of the bone around the implants, whose stability weakens. If treatment is not started on time, implant loss may occur. Precisely for the purpose of prophylaxis of periimplantitis, great attention should be paid to oral hygiene. Treatment is carried out on several levels: