Implantology

At the moment, dental implants provide probably the possible longest solution for replacing missing teeth, wherefore it is practically impossible to imagine modern dentistry without them. The field of implantology has developed strongly over the past few years and today, there are many ways and possibilities to restore our patients with high-quality dentures, even in cases that were significantly more difficult in the past.

Anyone who is missing one tooth or more teeth, whether in the front or back or even when all teeth are missing in the upper and lower jaw – our practice specializes in implantology and dental surgery and is equipped with the complete range of state-of-the-art devices for this purpose, which allows us the gentle and safe treatment of patients with various initial situations – always with the aim of reaching the best possible outcome in regard to long-term function and esthetics.

All-on-4 Zahnimplantate: Zahnärzte am Stadtpark

All-on-4

High-quality dental restorations and durable new teeth, that feel as if they were your own and thus bring back self-confidence in a relatively short period of time: The All-on-4/-6-concept makes it possible to permanently replace all teeth of the jaw.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a small titanium screw that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing tooth. During a small oral surgical procedure, the implant is inserted into the jaw bone.

Implantologie, Zahnärzte am Stadtpark Wien
Implantologie - Knochenaufbau: Zahnärzte am Stadtpark, Wien

Bone Augmentation

There must be an adequate amount of bone material available for an implantation – proper quantity and quality of bone substance is a major requirement for a successfull implantation, what means that the jaw needs to have health bone to support the dental implants and to hold them securely.

CBCT 3D X-Ray

With a  CBCT Scan it is possible to make a three dimensional visualisation of the jaw bones, teeth and other structures of the region that has been scanned. In our Practice we use the CBCT Scan as a diagnostic tool in various fields of dental therapy.

DVT (3D-Röntgen): Zahnärzte am Stadtpark

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Do you have questions regarding Dental Implantology?

We would be pleased to advise you and are looking forward to your request.

Zahnärzte am Stadtpark
Salesianergasse 4/3
1030 – Wien

FAQs about Dental Implants

What are the costs for a dental implant?

Due to the legal regulations in Austria we are not allowed to write prices online. We are happy to advise you in detail during a meeting in our office.

Does the health insurance cover the costs for an implant?

Unfortunately, the Wiener Gebietskrankenkasse does not cover the costs for dental implants. BVA, KFA, and SVA pay a share of the therapy costs of approx. € 200.00 per implant. However, this has to be approved for each patient individually and cannot be guaranteed in advance.

Is the insertion of an implant painful?

The healing time varies from patient to patient and depends on factors like the individual bone composition and the exact site of implantation. Sometimes a crown may be affixed immediately to the dental implant, while in other cases up to three months have to pass, until the dental implant can bear weight.

What is the healing time for a dental implant?

The healing time varies from patient to patient and depends on factors like the individual bone composition and the exact site of implantation. Sometimes a crown may be affixed immediately to the dental implant, while in other cases up to three months have to pass, until the dental implant can bear weight.

Is a bone augmentation necessary prior to each dental implantation?

In some cases the jaw bone is already strongly degraded, so that an implantation is not possible. Then a bone augmentation is required, to provide enough bone material for the implant. Several techniques are eligible for each individual situation.

What is the rest period after an implantation?

In the first 48 hours a very slight swelling may occur and the wound area might be a little sensitive. In this phase it is recommended to avoid strenuous physical activity and to refrain from hard food. On the first day after the treatment hot food and drinks should be avoided.

What is the life expectation of dental implants?

The life expectation of a dental implant is more than 95 percent after five years, after 20 years the life expectation is nearly 85 percent. These numbers show the high reliability and safety of the implant therapy.

Is normal chewing possible with a dental implant?

Yes, after the healing time dental implants can be treated like your own teeth. Patients with dental implants may chew, talk and laugh normally.