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A clinic specialised in periodontology and oral implantology
Welcome to Dentius Paro-Implant
Periodontology is a science that concerns all the tissues that support the teeth: the gum, the alveolar bone, the cementum and the periodontal ligament.
Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and periodontitis (when bone loss is added) can be diagnosed by your general dentist or periodontologist during an oral and radiological examination.
During the initial phase, the patient is rarely aware of this inflammation. Hence the importance of screening. The sooner the periodontal disease (chronic inflammation that destroys bone and gums) is treated, the better the results.
The treatment of gingivitis and periodontitis will include different phases: Evaluation of the loss of gingival attachment, instruction in plaque control (brushing technique), supra and sub gingival scaling and root planing if necessary...
All these treatments will be performed under local anaesthesia.
After 2 to 3 months, a re-evaluation will take place in order to evaluate the epithelial re-attachment, the brushing technique and the follow-up to be proposed (regular scaling or periodontal surgery).
Regular monitoring and effective brushing are the keys to long-term success.
A dental implant is an artificial root made of titanium, a kind of screw, that we, as a specialist dentist, can place to replace the root of your missing or extracted tooth.
After your implant is placed, it must osseointegrate (fuse to the bone) and this healing process can take from 2 to 6 months.
Afterwards, your implant can be loaded and your general dentist can place a crown, a bridge, or a resin prosthesis...
Implant placement is a painless surgical procedure that is performed under local anaesthesia.
It allows the replacement of your missing tooth with a fixed solution and great comfort.
Implant techniques and materials are constantly evolving. Thanks to this, we can replace either a single tooth or make a complete restoration for the edentulous patient.
Implants have many advantages: they are a fixed solution, they do not require mutilation (cutting) of the neighbouring teeth, and they can also be used to stabilise a complete denture in the case of a total loss of teeth, etc...
The placement of your implant requires prior radiological examinations (3D) in order to evaluate your available bone volume (Cone Beam, Dentascan) and a medical history in order to eliminate risk factors. In some cases, a virtual simulation and guided surgical placement of your implants will be proposed.
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Our group practices remain open and continue to provide dental care. We maintain the highest standards of safety and infection prevention and have maintained the same essential precautions since the first wave of COVID to create a safe environment for both our patients and staff.