Having a healthy and aesthetically pleasing smile is essential!
Problems and discomforts related to oral health can affect not only the functional and aesthetic profile but also the psychological and social profile of the patient.
The lack of one or more teeth can severely affect people’s self-esteem or social relationships.
In cases where the teeth are missing or when the tooth root is not recoverable, it will be necessary to restore the teeth using, preferably, fixed prostheses.
In the past, these restorations were anchored to the dentist’s residual teeth that were “prepared” (filed) to be used as pillars to anchor bridges.
Today, it is possible to avoid filing healthy teeth using “artificial roots” as prosthetic anchors, i.e., osseointegrated implants.
Dental implants are titanium screws that, positioned in the alveolar bone, replace the roots of the missing teeth and allow the anchoring of fixed prostheses (bridges and crowns).
Dental implants are the most modern and effective solution for permanently replacing missing teeth.
They are used if the tooth has already been extracted or when, although present, it is not recoverable and usable.
Computerized implant surgery is often performed without incision and, therefore, without sutures. The staff of the Calesini studio is at the forefront of implant technologies and uses the latest advances in computer-guided implant technology in daily practice.
The temporary prosthesis, manufactured in the laboratory before surgery, is applied at the end of the surgical session or, in some cases, on the morning of the day after surgery.
Usually, the patient can resume his normal activities the day after the implant and temporary insertion surgery.
Today, it is possible to place implants even in cases with little residual bone using the Morphogenic Tissue Management Approach (MTM) developed by Dr. Calesini. This integrated periodontium-prosthetic-implant approach is highly effective, safe, and minimally invasive.