Treatment via dental implants

A dental implant is an artificial root that is screwed into the tooth bone. Implants are usually made of titanium, because this high-quality material is tolerated by the body and perfectly merges with the human bone. Which solution is best for me? Whether you are missing just one, several or all of your teeth, an implant treatment will give you your smile back.
vervanging van één tand

Replacement of one tooth

We make a small incision in your gums and drill a hole in your jaw bone. In this, we screw and fit the implant.

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Replacement of several teeth

No bridge is placed on healthy neighbouring teeth. This way, they do not need to be enervated and ground.

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Replacement of all teeth

In the all-on-4 concept, a complete fixed bridge of 10 or 12 teeth is placed on 4 implants.

What does a treatment
with dental implants cost?

We realise that this is an important question. Every procedure is different, but we apply the price of €850 per implant. Of course, we make a final offer without any obligation after your appointment at our practice. We will make a professional 3D scan of your jaw to come to a final price.

Replacement teeth on implants/bridge: a timeline

1. Consultation and radiology

During the first consultation we collect the necessary medical and dental information. Furthermore, we will have to take a Cone-beam CT scan to evaluate the quality and quantity of the bone. In accordance with your aesthetic and functional wishes, we will draw up a personalised treatment plan, alongside transparent pricing. This consultation is necessary, considering we are legally disallowed from performing surgery without the required information gathered beforehand.

2. The implantation

Most of the time, this procedure takes place under local anaesthesia. However, in the case of anxious patients or during very complex treatments, this can also happen under general anaesthesia. We make a small incision in your gums and drill a hole in your jaw bone. In this, we screw and fit the implant. During the period of three to six months that follows, the implant is firmly fixated by bone ingrowth. We regularly check up on the patient to ensure successful healing. In most cases, you have the option to be provided with provisional prosthetic teeth, so you don’t have to worry about any unwanted gaps in your smile.

3. Placement of superstructure

A second intervention is necessary when the implant is covered by your gums during the implantation process. In this case, a healing cap will be placed upon this implant, through your gums. After several weeks, this cap is removed and replaced with a permanent structure on which a crown, bridge, or prosthesis is fixed. When the aforementioned healing cap is already placed during the first intervention, a second operation is also not required. However, please know that this is not always possible and will be decided upon during the operation itself.

4. Aftercare

Regular dental checkups and good oral hygiene are essential for the success of the entire treatment. Implants are the most durable solution under these circumstances.

The main advantages