Missing Single Tooth
The implant takes over the function of the tooth root and transmits the chewing force from the tooth crown to the jaw bone. This natural stress keeps the jaw bone vital so that it does not atrophy. However, a new tooth is not only intended to fulfil its natural function but should not be distinguishable in appearance from the neighboring teeth, especially in the front. An attractive treatment result is particularly important in these cases.
The dental implant replaces the lost tooth root and acts as a post for the implant crown. Grinding the neighboring teeth is not necessary so healthy tooth substance is preserved.
Replacement of a single tooth in the front and back regions by means of an implant-