Dental implants


Implantation dental treatments are a type of restorative dental treatment that involve the placement of dental implants in the jawbone to support one or more artificial teeth. Implants are an excellent option for patients who are missing one or more teeth, as they provide a long-lasting and durable solution that closely mimics the function and appearance of natural teeth.

The implantation process typically involves a series of appointments over several months. During the first appointment, the implant post is surgically placed into the jawbone. Over the next several months, the implant will fuse with the surrounding bone tissue in a process called osseointegration, which creates a strong and stable foundation for the replacement tooth. Once the implant has fully integrated with the bone tissue, a custom-made dental crown or bridge is attached to the top of the implant.

Implantation dental treatments have several advantages over other types of restorative dental treatments. Unlike dentures or bridges, which may need to be replaced every few years, dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care and maintenance. They are also more comfortable and convenient than traditional dentures, as they do not require adhesives or special cleaning techniques. In addition, dental implants can help to prevent bone loss in the jaw, which can occur when teeth are missing for an extended period of time.

Overall, implantation dental treatments are a safe and effective way to restore missing teeth and improve the patient's quality of life. With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can provide a long-lasting and natural-looking solution that can help patients feel more confident and comfortable in their smile.

Dental screening, foci and systematic localisation

Dental foci include several lesions, such as a wisdom tooth that is stuck during growth, a dead tooth, an inflammation around an improperly rooted tooth, a cyst, or significant tartar.

Their common feature is that they are bacterial infection and can occur in areas where the body's defense system, the immune system, cannot access it. Thus, the bacteria that “live” there can multiply without any difficulty and get the toxins they produce into our bodies. This is called focal disease.

These bacteria and their by-products can cause systemic diseases such as hair loss, pelvic inflammatory disease, myocarditis, arthritis, but can also affect the health of our skin.

A dental focus usually is a localized chronic infection that under certain circumstances may result in severe local or systemic disease. The most important dental foci are periodontitis, periapical lesions, advanced carious lesions, nonvital pulp, partially impacted teeth and root tips.


Tooth coloured fillings

Looking for a dental practice that offers tooth coloured fillings? Look no further than our practice! We use the latest in dental technology and materials to provide our patients with natural-looking, long-lasting fillings that blend seamlessly with the rest of their teeth. Tooth coloured fillings are an excellent choice for patients who are looking to restore decayed or damaged teeth without the use of metal or amalgam fillings.

Our tooth coloured fillings are made from composite resin materials that are carefully matched to the colour of the patient's existing teeth. This ensures that the filling blends in seamlessly with the rest of the smile, providing a natural-looking and aesthetically pleasing result. In addition to their cosmetic benefits, tooth coloured fillings are also durable and long-lasting, providing a strong and reliable restoration for decayed or damaged teeth. So why settle for unsightly metal fillings when you can enjoy the benefits of tooth coloured fillings? Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile.

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Varkerulet 75. (Pannonia Hotel)

H-9400 Sopron


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Hétfő / Montag – Péntek / Freitag

08:00 – 16:30

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