If your dentists in Zug are to insert a dental implant, they must first check the condition of the jaw, resp. the jaw bone. In order for the implant to be successfully inserted, the existing bone in the jaw must be suitable for the implants for the teeth to be firmly anchored in it. Depending on the quality and volume of the bone required in the jaw, an additional bone augmentation may be necessary. Depending on the situation and extent, this intervention is carried out simultaneously with the insertion of the dental implant or beforehand as an independent procedure.
Furthermore, there are some general and medical risk factors that influence the successful insertion and/or subsequent maintenance of dental implants and therefore must be taken into account by your dentist-team.
These include, for example:
And last but not least, the patient’s oral health and individual dental hygiene also play an important role.