Dental implants in Fuengirola, Mijas Costa, Los Boliches and Colmenar | Dentalcer

Dental implants in Fuengirola, Mijas Costa, Los Boliches and Colmenar

Dental implants are a reliable way to replace missing teeth. They consist of placing a titanium root inside the maxillary or mandibular bone, and later, attaching a crown to it. This way, the natural tooth is replaced with an artificial one with very similar functionality and aesthetics and that also allows the patient to eat and speak with absolute normality. At Dentalcer we are experts in dental implants in Fuengirola, Mijas Costa, Los Boliches y Colmenar.

Specialist dental implants

Doctor Javier Cerezo

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Advantages of dental implants at Dentalcer Clinics
  • An excellent aesthetic.

  • No damage to adjacent teeth.

  • Avoid bone loss over the years.

  • Eat and speak securely with no moving prosthesis.

Dental implants

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How do they work?

A dental implant is a screw-like metal piece that is placed in the jawbone or maxillary bone to replace the root of a missing tooth. Once the dental implant has been put in place, a crown or denture is fitted onto it to complete the restoration.

Dental implants have several advantages over other dental restoration options, such as bridges or dentures, because they are more durable. With proper care, they can last a lifetime. Compared to dentures, they’re much more comfortable and stable, and, unlike dental bridges, they do not require the filing down of your natural teeth.

All on Four

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How does it work?

The “All on 4” is a dental implant procedure used to replace a full arch of missing or damaged teeth. Instead of using one implant for each missing tooth, four strategically placed dental implants are placed in the lower or upper jaw bone to support a full set of teeth. At Dentalcer clinics we are specialists in “All on 4” implants in Fuengirola, Mijas Costa, Los Boliches and Colmenar.

This procedure is especially useful for patients who have lost many teeth or have dentures that do not fit well and cause discomfort. With the “All on 4″ method, patients can regain the full functionality of their mouths and have a beautiful, natural smile.

Zirconium crowns

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How does it work?

Zirconium crowns are a popular choice in dentistry for dental restoration. They are made of zirconium, a ceramic material that has been used in the medical industry for decades due to its high strength and biocompatibility. At Dentalcer we are experts in zirconium crowns in Fuengirola, Mijas Costa, Los Boliches y Colmenar.

The advantages of zirconium crowns include their natural appearance and durability. Zirconium crowns are similar to natural teeth in colour and texture, making them nearly indistinguishable from real teeth. In addition, they are very strong and durable, making them an excellent choice for patients who need long-term dental restoration.


How do they work?

Overdentures are dental prostheses that can be used when a few natural teeth are still present in the mouth, but they are either in poor condition or there isn’t a sufficient number of them to support a conventional fixed prosthesis.

Overdentures are placed on top of the remaining natural teeth and can also be supported by dental implants, making them more stable and comfortable for the patient. They are designed to offer a more permanent and aesthetic solution compared to conventional removable dentures.

Just like any other dental treatment, implants need some care. Caring for dental implants is the same as for your teeth: proper oral hygiene, along with a good brushing technique and flossing or using interdental brushes.

A very low percentage of implants are rejected by the body. At DentalCer Clinics, with our guided surgery procedure, alongside premium-quality materials, we ensure that implants are correctly integrated into the bone structure after their placement.

Yes. Tooth loss is caused by alveolar resorption. Because implants allow the replacement of natural roots, they also help to preserve the adjacent teeth and the supporting bone.