Conventional dental implants

  

How long does it take to place a conventional dental implant?  

  

The skill of the operating doctor and the complexity of each case will determine the duration of each implant.  

In general terms, the intervention usually lasts between ten and twenty minutes for each implant. 

 

Is it a painful intervention?

 

This intervention is not at all painful and is normally carried out under local anaesthetic. 

  

What is osseointegration?  

   

It is the time it takes for the implants to “bond” to the bone. It is a period that, thanks to new techniques, has been greatly reduced. 

Sometimes we can place the crowns in only 1 to 3 months after the implant. 

Dental implants are made of titanium, a noble metal that is biocompatible and has the ability to integrate into the bone.

  

What is the success rate of GBCOM? 

  

Implants can be lost if an infection occurs or if the response of your bone is not adequate. Even so, in our hands the success rate is over 95%.