After losing one, several or all teeth, a person faces two main problems – a bad aesthetic image and difficulty chewing food. Dental implants solve these problems perfectly.


A dental implant  is a titanium or zirconium screw that, when a tooth is lost, can completely replace the root. Dental implants are inserted into the bone of the upper or lower jaw and serve as an artificial root for tooth restoration. When dental implants are attached, prosthetics are performed – a dental crown, a bridge or a fixed prosthesis made in a laboratory is attached.


  • Immediate implant placement

The clinic uses advanced implants that can restore the tooth in one day. An implant is placed into the root site of the newly removed tooth and a temporary crown is immediately attached to it. The appearance of a temporary tooth is no different from natural teeth.

  • Full jaw prosthesis on 4 or more implants

This unique treatment methodology is for people who have lost most or all of their teeth. It is one of the best ways to restore Your chewing function and smile. Treatment involves placing 4 to 6 dental implants in certain areas of the jaw so that they can hold a fixed prosthesis. Then You can eat with confidence, without the need to remove it like it is done when wearing removable dentures.

  • Traditional implant placement (delayed)

This method takes longer; we apply it when there is no possibility to implant the tooth immediately. After the tooth is removed, it takes about 3 months for the alveolar bone in the jaw to heal up – after this is done, the implantation is performed.

We use the following certified dental implants:


Dental implantation is a procedure of several stages and requires multiple visits to the dental clinic. The final result, depending on the situation, will be achieved in a few months.

Important to know

The implantation procedure is performed only after consulting with a dental surgeon and a prosthetist and making a 3D computed tomography image of the jaw. Based on it, the quality and thickness of the bone as well as implantation options are evaluated. Doctors hear out Your expectations for comfort, aesthetic appearance and then create a treatment plan.


What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is a root-shaped titanium screw to which a dental prosthesis is attached. The implant is placed in the jaw bone. After 3-6 months, a prosthetic is attached to it. Implants can support individual dental crowns, bridges and even removable dentures.

At what age can people have dental implants?

Dental implant placement is performed on people whose jaws have already formed. These are usually adults (from the age of 18) and there are no final age limits for this dental restoration technique. If You suffer from cardiovascular insufficiency, kidney disease, diabetes or have a weak immune system, You should tell Your dentist about such conditions during the consultation. He will decide, based on medical history, whether this treatment is advisable and if so, will select the most appropriate implant type. treatment alternatives such as prosthetics.

During dental implantation, the patient does not feel any pain and discomfort as the procedure is performed under local anesthesia or deep sedation. If necessary, painkillers are prescribed after the procedure.

What is the cost of dental implant placement ?

The cost of implant placement depends on the scope of treatment, the number of dental implants, as well as whether preparatory treatments will be required: bone augmentation, orthodontic treatment, and so on. Because dental implants are often a part of a complex treatment, the cost is very individual in each case. You will find out the exact price after consulting, when the doctor draws up Your treatment plan with estimated costs.

Are Dental Implants Long Lasting?

Properly maintained dental implants last a lifetime. By the way, our clinic provides the longest guarantees on the market for all services.

Will I feel a foreign body in my mouth?

The sensation of dental implants will be natural. You will be able to talk, eat, laugh without feeling any discomfort.

Will I be able to chew normally and eat with implant-mounted dentures?

Whether You have an implant-fixed crown, a bridge, or removable dentures, You will be free to eat, chew, talk and laugh. Dentures attached to implants are stable. So, You will feel confident as if it were Your natural teeth.


Is it possible to have an implant placed immediately after the tooth is extracted?

Yes, we are a clinic that provides immediate implant placement service. This means that after the tooth is removed, if the clinical situation allows, the implant is immediately inserted into the jaw. This saves You a number of visits and, of course, reduces the overall cost of the new smile.

When is implant placement recommended?

Dental implantation is recommended to avoid complications after losing a tooth or a number of teeth. It is a long-term investment in oral health. Its advantages are: reducing the load on the remaining teeth, protecting the natural tissues of teeth and protecting the jaw from decline. The procedure creates a stable support for attaching fixed or removable dentures. Tooth restoration restores self-confidence, comfort and aesthetic appearance.

Learn more about the advantages of dental implants over other dental restorations by consulting with us live.

Will it hurt after implant placement?

Pain is a very individual thing. We can assure You that You will not feel any pain during the procedure itself. The gums may be tender for a few days after the procedure, but they will not bleed. Slight swelling is possible. Many patients do not even need painkillers. The very next day, they return to their normal rhythm of life.

Does dental implant placement require general anesthesia?

No, it is not necessary. Local anesthesia can provide complete protection against pain. As the dentist is preparing the site for the implant, You will feel vibration and weak pressure, but You will not feel any pain. On the other hand, if You want to "sleep" during the procedure - the dental clinic Pro-implant also offers deep sedation.

When is bone augmentation needed?

A bone augmentation procedure is needed when there is not enough existing bone to firmly embed the implant. If the bone in the site of the missing teeth has not been exposed to the natural chewing load for a long time, it gradually perishes - bone resorption begins. There are several different bone reconstruction procedures - the doctor will recommend the most suitable one according to the individual condition.


When is bone augmentation needed?

A bone augmentation procedure is needed when there is not enough existing bone to firmly embed the implant. If the bone in the site of the missing teeth has not been exposed to the natural chewing load for a long time, it gradually perishes - bone resorption begins. There are several different bone reconstruction procedures - the doctor will recommend the most suitable one according to the individual condition.

How many implants can be placed in one visit?

The implant doctor works sparing the oral tissues as much as possible. Therefore, more than one implant can be placed during one visit. Still, it all depends on the individual situation.

Are there any diseases that prevent the implantation of teeth?

You could say no. If You have a serious illness such as cardiovascular failure, kidney disease, an impaired immune system, always tell Your dentist. Sometimes the side effects of medicines can affect the healing process, so Your doctor should be informed about all the medicines You take regularly. Based on Your medical history, the doctor will decide on the suitability of a dental implant.

What happens if the implant fails?

The science of implantology is constantly evolving. Research has shown that implant success rate ranges from 96 to 98.8 percent. This means that the chances of it not taking are very low. 

It should be borne in mind that if You have dental implants, You must visit Your dentist and dental hygiene specialist regularly. It is also necessary to take careful care of yourself with proper daily dental care.

What are the differences between implants and a bridge prosthesis?

Dental implants are the most ideal way to restore the functions of lost teeth. Unlike a bridge prosthesis, the implant protects the natural tooth tissue and adjacent teeth. Also, placement of an implant has a mechanical effect on bone tissue that inhibits bone loss. The bridge prosthesis does not change the function of the tooth and does not protect the jaw from decline.

How long does the implant placement take?

The implant placement procedure usually takes about 1 hour, but if the situation is complicated and additional treatments are needed, it could take longer. The time of the whole procedure may also depend on the number of teeth being implanted. 


During the initial consultation, the doctor will assess the condition and provide a treatment plan and course. Because dental implantation is a multi-stage procedure, the time taken to perform the entire procedure, from placement of the ‘metal root’ to prosthetics, depends on how long the implant to become conjoined with and integrated into the jaw bone. Usually it’s about 3-6 months.

Can the body reject an implant?

Rejection due to titanium allergy is possible, but it is very rare, about 1-2 percent. of all implants. From time to time, however, there are cases where the implant does not integrate with the bone. In this case, the oral surgeon performs a replacement and monitors the healing process closely. We make such change for FREE in our clinic.

Will the implanted tooth be different from other teeth?

The crown (tooth) that is placed on the implant is visually indistinguishable from the natural teeth. Laboratory technicians adapt tooth crown to look identical to existing teeth in color, size and shape.

Does smoking harm dental implants?

Smoking is a relative contraindication. It slows down blood flow in the oral mucosa, making it difficult for wounds to heal, which increases the chance of the infection entering the implantation site. In addition, poor blood circulation increases the likelihood of implant failure. Smoking can also shorten the life cycle of implants.


We highly recommend stopping smoking to ensure successful treatment. Smoking is strictly prohibited on the day of surgery and for at least 2-3 weeks afterwards.

S. no Service Price (€)
1 Individual mouth care instruction FREE
2 Placement of Neodent implant 495 Eur
3 Placement of Megagen implant 544 Eur
4 Placement of Straumann Roxolid SLA implant (Switzerland) 634 Eur
5 Placement of Straumann Roxolid Active SLA Implant (Switzerland) 760 Eur
6 Immediate placement of Neodent implant 570 Eur
7 Immediate placement of Megagen implant 619 Eur
8 Immediate placement of Straumann Roxolid SLA (Switzerland) implant 809 Eur
9 Lateral bone augmentation, small 98 Eur
10 Lateral bone augmentation, moderate 186 Eur
11 Lateral bone augmentation, large 392 Eur
12 Small membrane 80 Eur
13 Fitting of the healing abutment not during implantation 54 Eur
14 Fitting of the healing abutment during implantation 0 Eur
15 Open sinus lift EASY 550 Eur
16 Open sinus lift MEDIUM 700 Eur
17 Open sinus lift DIFFICULT 850 Eur
18 Closed sinus lift MEDIUM 150 Eur