Dental implants

A dental implant is a small titanium or zirconium screw, embedded into the jawbone in place of the missing tooth’s root.

About the dental implants:

● Implants are inserted during a surgical procedure, using a local anesthetic;
● Titanium, while inside the human body, usually does not cause any allergic reactions and the bone fuses tightly with the material;
● After the wound is healed, the implant replaces the root of the missing tooth, as for the healthy teeth, they remain untouched, as it is unnecessary to reshape them;
● The implant can also be used as a full arch to replace several teeth.

Why choose dental implants?

● A dental implant helps prevent constant jawbone deterioration because it replaces the natural root of the tooth;
● The recreated structures stay firm, even when the prosthetics are used without adhesive cream;
● They ease discomfort, which often occurs using inefficiently adherent dental prosthetics;
● Dental implants aid in preserving a natural jawbone and, in turn, facial structure;
● They protect nearby healthy teeth from reshaping, a procedure which is necessary during usual treatment using a dental bridge;
● Dental implants preserve your smile.

Course of treatment

1. Diagnosis. After completing an X-ray analysis, the odontologist will evaluate and determine which form of treatment can best be applied to You, he will explain the pros and cons of different types of dental restoration methods and, using X-ray photos or computerized tomography scans and plaster models, will determine where the implant must be placed.

IMPORTANT! In order for the implant to heal properly, a sufficient amount of bone tissue is necessary. If there is not enough bone tissue, it is required to strengthen the implant site.

2. Implantation. Usually a false dental root is inserted after injecting local anesthetics. The odontologist prepares a suitable place in the jawbone where the implant is placed. Depending on each patient’s unique situation, during the healing period a temporary tooth-restoring structure may be attached onto the implant.

3. Healing process. Lasts from six weeks to several months until the implant integrates firmly with the jawbone. After about a week stitches are removed.

4. Further maintenance. An implant that is not cared for, just like a natural root, may be pushed out onto the surface. Professional hygiene of the implants increases the longevity of the new tooth.

Consultations and diagnostics

Dentist consultation
14-17 €
Dentist-specialist consultation
20-25 €
Dentist consultation and treatment planning
30-40 €
Hygienist consultation (for teeth whitening)
8 €
Digital dental X-ray (our clinic patients)
6 €
Dental X-ray
7 €
Panoramic dental X-ray (digital)
18 €
Panoramic dental X-ray (printed format)
20 €
3D computer tomography (for clinics for clients)
55 €

Oral surgery

Removing a 3rd degree mobility tooth
22 €
Permanent tooth (depending on complexity)
39-77 €
Third molar tooth (depending on complexity)
50-90 €
Surgical extraction of tooth
110-138 €
Extraction of impacted tooth
165 €
Odontogenic cyst surgery (up to 1 cm)
55 €
Odontogenic cyst surgery (from 1 cm)
110 €
Incision (cut)
17 €
Hemisection, amputation
72 €
Root apex resection (not including materials price)
72 €
Filling a resected root (MTA)
31 €
Surgical treatment of alveolitis (1 tooth)
11 €
Oral tissue biopsy for cytological investigation
44 €
Implantation of “Straumann” (Switzerland) SLA implants
670 €
Implantation of “Straumann” (Switzerland) SLA implants (2nd, 3rd tooth)
630 €
Implantation of “Straumann” (Switzerland) SLA Active implants
730 €
Implantation of “Straumann” (Switzerland) SLA Active implants (2nd, 3rd tooth)
690 €
Gum forming using a healing cup (one implant), “Straumann”
70 €
Implantation of “Medentika” (Germany) implants
485 €
Gum forming using a healing cup (one implant), “Medentika”
70 €
Closed sinus lift surgery (excluding material costs)
220 €
Open sinus lift surgery, 1 tooth (excluding material costs)
418 €
Bone grafting using autogenous bone block graft, 1 tooth
693 €