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Single Tooth Implant

A dental implant is the modern standard to replace a missing or failing tooth. If you’re missing a tooth or one is severely damaged, you’ve probably experienced one or more of these issues:

  • Difficulty chewing food.
  • With a tooth missing from your mouth, you may find chewing food to be difficult and uncomfortable.

  • Shifting of adjacent teeth.
  • A missing tooth can cause otherwise healthy adjacent teeth to be negatively impacted due to shifting of teeth over time.

  • Gum disease, poor dental hygiene, and bad breath.
  • Bone loss.
  • When a tooth is missing from the mouth, your body naturally tries to heal itself. Unfortunately, this natural healing process causes bone resorption.

  • Avoidance of talking or smiling.
  • Those missing a tooth in a prominent place in their mouth often avoid talking or smiling when around others.

Multiple Dental Implant Procedure

The dental implant team at Neo Dental will ensure you feel comfortable and understand the dental implant procedure each step of the way:

  • Consultation and treatment planning.
  • The procedure to replace multiple missing teeth with dental implants can differ depending on your individual case. Our team will consult with you to determine the best plan for your situation and prepare you for the upcoming procedure and recovery period.

  • Implant placement.
  • Placing multiple dental implants is a relatively minor procedure and can sometimes only require local anaesthesia. If needed, our team can use sedation to ensure you feel comfortable throughout the procedure. During the procedure, multiple (depending on your specific treatment plan) titanium fixtures will be placed in the jaw leaving surrounding natural teeth intact.

  • Recovery time.
  • After your dental implants are placed the healing and recovery time can take anywhere from three to six months, depending on how your body responds and the state of your current health. This time allows the implant to integrate into the bone. You’ll likely see the dentist that placed the implant a couple of times for postoperative checks. Once your implants are fully integrated into the jawbone, you’ll see your regular dentist or a prosthodontist to then have the implants restored by placing abutments and an implant-supported bridge.

For those with multiple missing or failing teeth, there are three main treatment options:
Benefits of Replacing Multiple Missing Teeth with Dental Implants
Multiple Dental Implants Cost

3D Guided Implants Surgery

In the specific field of dental implantology, 3D Guided Surgery (Computer Guided Surgery) means that the insertion of the dental implant is fully three-dimensionally guided during the surgical procedure.

  • How is 3D Guided Surgery done?
  • This implies an initial profound planning of each individual case on a specific designed software utilizing the patients three-dimensional computertomogramm (CT). With the help of this 3D software, the ideal position and size of each dental implant is planned virtually according to the most suitable jaw areas. This data of implant position and implant size is then transferred into a 3D printed plastic device, the so-called 3D surgical guide. During the surgical procedure the dental implant insertion will be guided with exact planned precision by means of this 3D surgical guide.

  • Benefits of 3D Guided Implant Surgery
    • Precise and predictable dental implant placement.
    • Eliminates the need for soft tissue incisions.
    • Decreased risk of damage to surrounding healthy tissues.
    • Reduced postoperative complications such as swelling, bruising and pain.
    • Faster healing time.
    • Reduced risk of biomechanical complications and failure.

What are the benefits over traditional implant placement?
How long does the entire planning take?

Full Mouth Implants

If you are missing all of your teeth, an implant-supported full bridge or full denture can replace them. Dental implants will replace both your lost natural teeth and some of the roots.

  • Full mouth Multiple Implants.
  • All on 4 Implants.
  • All on 6 Implants.
Full mouth Multiple Implants:

All on 4 Implants

All on 6 Implants

All on 6 Implants

The all-on-6 dental implants procedure is used to replace the entire upper or lower set of teeth. This dental procedure is used to restructure a patient’s mouth, generally done when the patients have lost a significant number of teeth in one or both jaws. This process allows the patient the option to replace all of their teeth with six natural-looking dental implants. The All-on-6 implants usually do not require bone grafting. So, they are the perfect solution for the patients who have low bone density or volume in their jaw. Many patients have benefited from restored teeth since its inception, and All-on-6 Implant offers the patients a stronger, healthier replacement for dentures.


Zygomatic Implants

  • If you’ve been told you don’t have enough bone for dental implant surgery, Neo Dental Now can help. Thanks to modern research leading to advancement of the Zygomatic dental implants, patients who have been told they are not candidates for conventional dental implants, or must resort to dentures, can be treated successfully by the surgeons at Neo Dental Now. Very few surgeons in the world are skilled at the placement of Zygomatic implants, but the surgeons at Neo Dental Now regularly provide them to patients with bone loss.

  • Will Patients with Bone Loss Need Bone Grafts?
  • Traditionally patients with bone loss would need bone grafting which can add 6 months to a year to their treatment and has a high failure rate. But with the Zygomatic implant procedure, the board-certified surgeons at Neo Dental Now routinely and successfully provide patients with full mouth restorations in one day with no bone grafting. There are very few surgeons in the world who regularly perform the Zygomatic dental implant procedure and two of those surgeons are at Neo Dental Now.


Pterygoid Implants

In the edentulous upper jaw, the placement of implants can be challenging due to limited bone quantity and the presence of the maxillary sinus. Pterygoid implants present an alternative option to use residual bone for implant anchorage and to overcome the need for augmentation procedures. To avoid distal cantilevers the insertion of a pterygoid implant can be indicated in partial and total edentulism. The findings in literature show no clear differences between pterygoid and pterygo-maxillary implants.

Clinical recommendations

Bone Graft

Grafts provide a matrix for bone growth in defective areas, as well as filling in extraction sites to preserve the height and width of the alveolar ridge. They also are commonly performed to improve the success rates of implants, such as in connection with the immediate post-extraction implant.


Sinus lift

The reason you might need a sinus lift is to replace bone that has been lost or which is deficient in the area around your sinuses. Your sinuses are empty air-filled cavities located either side of your nose and can affect dental implants that are being used to replace missing back teeth in your upper jaw. The sinus lift procedure allows implants to be placed when there is not enough bone in the upper jaw. ... Instead of a large, traumatic procedure, with a 6+ month waiting period before implants can be placed, it is now routine to place the implants at the same time as the lift, using a much less invasive procedure.