In patients suffering from toothlessness after a long period of time from the loss of teeth, anatomical relations of jaws are so unfavourable that dentures hold very badly.

To the toothless patients implantology offers two possibilities: either removable dentures based on implants, or permanently embedded dentures.

In comparison to classic full dentures, there is no mucosa decubitus, dentures do not move and no pain is present while chewing. The palate is not covered by the denture. The sense of taste returns.

In terms of functionality and aesthetics, the best solution are fixed prosthetic restorations permanently embedded on implants that usually are in harmony with the gum and provide very good comfort while eating and laughing.