Nano implants

The wide-spreading of dental implants allows the patients to preserve the quality of life and prevent disability even in cases of severe pathology. The dental team at Medicaus Alpha is qualified to apply the only technology in the world so far that shortens from 2 to 3 times the dental implant adaptation period. With conventional technology dentists have to wait for about half a year for the artificial dental root to integrate firmly into the bone before it could bear the load of the restorative crown or bridge. The new nanotechnology allows that yet on the second month fixed dentures to be in place. Implantology is the most advanced and probably the most complex sphere in maxillofacial surgery. Implants are a kind of titanium screws that are inserted into the jaw bone and play the role of an artificial root. Right after implanting, temporary dental crowns or bridges, depending on the case, are placed over, and in several months these temporary structures are replaced with permanent restorative crowns or bridges. In some cases the permanent dental restorations can be placed right away, which is more reliable with the nano implants used in Medicua Alpha. A guarantee of first-class therapy provides the only in South Bulgaria specialized computer tomographic scanning of the jaws – Dental CT. This examination gives information, on the first place, about the condition of the bones – whether it is in good health or has inflammation or osteoporosis which need to be addressed before proceeding further. If the bone is healthy, the most appropriate place for the implant is displayed by the apparatus, and this is a major factor for the good integration of the implant into the array of teeth. The scan examination is crucially important because of possible proximity to the implant of anatomic structures that should not be affected. If the artificial root encounters a nerve, an artery or vein, this may result in permanent harm of part of the face. That is why, scan imaging is a golden standard in dental implantology, although in Bulgaria it is not a must and rarely suggested as an option to the patients.