The decision to replace missing teeth with dental implants is a great investment in your oral health and appearance.
Not only do healthy teeth help us chew and digest food, they also play an important role in speech and affect our appearance.
The face and especially the teeth are an important part of a person, since it has been proven that we first spot other people’s eyes and mouth, therefore a missing tooth is quickly noticed.
Implants improve the quality of life, and the investment is certainly justified over a long period of time.
Nowadays, the dental implant market offers many various implant systems that can help us replace a missing tooth, but not all systems are the same.
Oral implant rehabilitation is today the gold standard or method of choice to replace a single tooth and for the rehabilitation of a toothless jaw.
Patients are usually not aware of the significant differences between various implant systems.
In order to achieve the long-term stability of implants and implant-prosthetic rehabilitation, implant systems are tested and developed through clinical and laboratory research.
Due to differences in the volume of R&D investments as well as differences in the quality of material, the perfection of geometry and surface treatment of implants and the possibility of prosthetic superstructures, implant systems are classified into different price ranges.
The explanation above provides an answer to the common question of why there are differences in dental implant costs.
The Ankylos implant system has been used to replace lost or missing teeth for over 30 years.
Our dental office has more than 20 years of experience with the clinical use of the Ankylos implant system. So far, the concept of the system has not changed significantly since the first surgical insertions, however, it has been continuously technically upgraded.
From the beginning until now a number of clinical studies have been carried out, and on the basis of which, improvements have been made.
Today’s ANKYLOS C/X system is reliable and delivers clinical success and implant durability.
Once an independent manufacturer of medical substitutes, Ankylos® is now a part of a global group named Dentsply Sirona®. The group produces several cutting-edge implant systems for the global market.
Ankylos® is a system that provides long-term stability of hard and soft tissues to the satisfaction of numerous patients and dentists.
Therefore, Ankylos implant systems are among the best dental implant systems in the world and have long been used in our Dental Medicine Practice.