Placing the bioesthetic base during surgery allows the soft tissues to heal around it. Read More
Our products are developed and manufactured following the most demanding control procedures, thus obtaining the highest degree of quality. Read More
Inspiration in Motion
Water, a basic and continuously moving element, is our source of inspiration.
In the manufacture of dental implants we use the highest quality cold-formed pure titanium (Grade IV). Read More
GMI-Ilerimplant is a company with total and absolute international vocation. We understand different cultures and look for agreements where everybody wins. A way of thinking and a way of life. Read More
MONOLITH dual connection implant
Narrow implant of ø2.9 mm · Neck anatomical profile to facilitate biological sealing Read More
The placement of a single implant generally produces less discomfort than when several implants are put in place. Usually anesthesia and sedation are administered to the patient to minimize any discomfort you may feel during the dental implant procedure, so most patients report that they felt more comfortable following the procedure than they expected.
Anyone who is missing one or more teeth due to injury, disease or decay may choose to receive a dental implant treatment. The determining factor is the amount and quality of bone available. Through careful evaluation, we can determine whether dental implants are a viable solution for your case.
To the naked eye it is difficult, if not impossible, to differentiate a natural tooth of a tooth subjected with an implant.
Dental implants are small pieces of metal, typically screw-shaped, that are surgically placed in the jaws and designed to replace the natural tooth root, restoring the physical appearance and masticatory function in edentulous or partially edentulous patients.
Thanks to the biocompatible properties of the material, the dental implant is integrated into the bone, becoming a good anchor that allows restorations ranging from single tooth replacement to a full dental arch, as well as allowing restorations with stabilizing elements for overdenture applications.