Do you know the difference between dental implants? That’s okay, not many people do until they need one… or more. Dental implants are made of a variety of materials, some better than others.
Dental implants are divided into two categories; endosteal implants and subperiosteal implants. Endosteal implants attach to the jawbone to provide an anchor for artificial teeth. Subperiosteal implants are a metal framework fitted over the jawbone to provide anchors for artificial teeth. This type is used when jawbone support structures are damaged or unable to support an endosteal implant. Dental implants are composed of different materials and procedures. The most common type of dental implant is a root-form titanium dental implant.
Two excellent dental facilities located in Central Europe; Twoj Dentysta in Poland and Dental Implants Croatia, are just an example of the type of modern and fully equipped dental clinics in Central Europe. Turkish dentists and dental facilities like Dentist Alanya in Alanya, Turkey, also provides affordable dental care with the best in materials for bridges, crowns, veneers, implants and dentures, as well as cosmetic dental procedures. The Izmir Dental Clinic, also located in Turkey, treats dental and oral diseases and offers a variety of aesthetic and cosmetic dental treatments. Common dental treatments in Central Europe include:
- Oral surgery
- Teeth whitening
- Functional therapies to restore tooth, jaw, eating and speaking function.
- Prosthodontics, implants and veneers, and crowns
- Partial and full dentures
- Root canal procedures
Cost of dental implants ranges from $1,000-$5,000 per tooth in the U.S. Dental clinics in Croatia, Poland and Turkey can save dental travelers between 35% and 50% on the same procedures, using only high-quality dental implant materials.