Dental implantology

Healthy teeth and a closed dental arch are attractive. They are as important to managing everyday tasks such as speaking, eating, laughing and kissing, as they are for the patient’s general health. The loss of one or a number of teeth might interfere with all of the aforementioned abilities.

If you have lost your own teeth or the fate of losing your teeth is imminent, we can help you. With the help of modern dental implantology you can regain lost quality of life. Fast, gentle and long-lasting.

Dental implantology

Healthy teeth and a closed dental arch are attractive. They are as important to managing everyday tasks such as speaking, eating, laughing and kissing, as they are for the patient’s general health. The loss of one or a number of teeth might interfere with all of the aforementioned abilities.

If you have lost your own teeth or the fate of losing your teeth is imminent, we can help you. With the help of modern dental implantology you can regain lost quality of life. Fast, gentle and long-lasting.

What exactly is a dental implant?

An implant is a small screw made from titanium, shaped like a dental root. Titanium is tolerated by the human body very well and can attach itself to the human bone. This allows the implant to be used as an artificial root for the anchorage of a dental prosthesis.

Who is suitable for dental implants?

The treatment with dental implants can be performed at any age, insofar body growth is concluded (19-22 years). Systemic diseases like diabetes or cardiovascular diseases are also no hinderance for the treatment.

Single-tooth implants

After the loss of a single tooth, the resulting gap can be restored with an artificial tooth that is supported by a dental implant. This avoids the necessity of filing healthy neighboring teeth to hold a dental bridge.

Immediate implant placement

Modern treatment concepts allow for the placement of the implant in the same surgery, in which the destroyed tooth is removed. Thus, the number of necessary surgeries is minimized and the treatment time reduced by several months.

Fixed teeth in a single day

In one surgical intervention the teeth are removed, the implants inserted, and a fixed restoration is placed.

This treatment method enhances patient satisfaction with regard to function, esthetics, speech, and self-esteem of edentulous and soon-to-be edentulous patients in one surgery. Furthermore, the need for less interventions also reduces the treatment costs, when compared to other treatment methods for fixed restorations in edentulous patients.

Implants

What exactly is a dental implant?

An implant is a small screw made from titanium, shaped like a dental root. Titanium is tolerated by the human body very well and can attach itself to the human bone. This allows the implant to be used as an artificial root for the anchorage of a dental prosthesis.

Who is suitable for dental implants?

The treatment with dental implants can be performed at any age, insofar body growth is concluded (19-22 years). Systemic diseases like diabetes or cardiovascular diseases are also no hinderance for the treatment.

Single-tooth implants

After the loss of a single tooth, the resulting gap can be restored with an artificial tooth that is supported by a dental implant. This avoids the necessity of filing healthy neighboring teeth to hold a dental bridge.

Immediate implant placement

Modern treatment concepts allow for the placement of the implant in the same surgery, in which the destroyed tooth is removed. Thus, the number of necessary surgeries is minimized and the treatment time reduced by several months.

Fixed teeth in a single day

In one surgical intervention the teeth are removed, the implants inserted, and a fixed restoration is placed. This treatment method enhances patient satisfaction with regard to function, esthetics, speech, and self-esteem of edentulous and soon-to-be edentulous patients in one surgery. Furthermore, the need for less interventions also reduces the treatment costs, when compared to other treatment methods for fixed restorations in edentulous patients.

What our patients say

What our patients say

Immediate implant placement and restoration

Treatment sequence for the replacement of a hopeless upper premolar. In this patient case the hopeless tooth was carefully removed. In the same session an implant was placed and restored with a provisional restoration. This modern technique allowed for that the patient never had a missing toot and only one surgery was necessary. After a healing period of three months the final restoration was placed.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Replacement of a missing upper molar

Treatment sequence for the replacement of a missing upper first molar with an implant-supported crown. At the beginning of the treatment the available bone volume was analyzed using a three-dimensional x-ray (cone beam computed tomography, CBCT). The ideal implant position was planned on the computer prior to the surgery. This allowed for a predictable and minimally invasive placement of the implant. As the bone volume was limited towards the maxillary sinus, a minimally invasive bone graft was performed in the same surgery. After a healing period of three months the final full-ceramic implant-supported crown was fabricated.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Treatment statistics

Implantology: Annual surgery statistics

3D conducted implantationsapprox. 300
Conducted bone regenerationsapprox. 100
Sinus floor augmentation
(bone restoration within the maxillary sinus)
approx. 50
Soft tissue transplantsapprox. 100

25 years of experience in implantology. Certified in the division of implantology by the German Society for Dental, Oral and Orthodontic Implantology (DGI).

Immediate implant placement and restoration

Treatment sequence for the replacement of a hopeless upper premolar. In this patient case the hopeless tooth was carefully removed. In the same session an implant was placed and restored with a provisional restoration. This modern technique allowed for that the patient never had a missing toot and only one surgery was necessary. After a healing period of three months the final restoration was placed.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Replacement of a missing upper molar

Treatment sequence for the replacement of a missing upper first molar with an implant-supported crown. At the beginning of the treatment the available bone volume was analyzed using a three-dimensional x-ray (cone beam computed tomography, CBCT). The ideal implant position was planned on the computer prior to the surgery. This allowed for a predictable and minimally invasive placement of the implant. As the bone volume was limited towards the maxillary sinus, a minimally invasive bone graft was performed in the same surgery. After a healing period of three months the final full-ceramic implant-supported crown was fabricated.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Treatment statistics

Implantology: Annual surgery statistics

3D conducted implantationsapprox. 200
Conducted bone regenerationsapprox. 150

25 years of experience in implantology. Certified in the division of implantology by the German Society for Dental, Oral and Orthodontic Implantology (DGI).

3D-Implant planning

Virtual planning of how to position the implant

In the context of diagnostics with the help of a three-dimensional X-ray image, the potential implant position is virtually projected and planned in our office. This way, the given jaw bone as well as the impact on neighbouring structures, such as teeth, nerves, vessels or the maxillary sinus can be analyzed ahead of the operation itself, which will minimize most intra-operative risks.

Digital volume tomography (DVT)

A three-dimensional X-ray is taken in our office by a digital volume tomography (DVT).

Häufige Fragen

Common questions

The answers to 56 of the most common questions in dental implantology are summarized in an information brochure by the European Association for Osseointegration (EAO). Among others, treatment concepts of modern dental implantology and treatment procedures are presented.

For further information ▸

3D-Implant planning

Virtual planning of how to position the implant

In the context of diagnostics with the help of a three-dimensional X-ray image, the potential implant position is virtually projected and planned in our office. This way, the given jaw bone as well as the impact on neighbouring structures, such as teeth, nerves, vessels or the maxillary sinus can be analyzed ahead of the operation itself, which will minimize most intra-operative risks.

Digital volume tomography (DVT)

A three-dimensional X-ray is taken in our office by a digital volume tomography (DVT).

Häufige Fragen

Common questions

The answers to 56 of the most common questions in dental implantology are summarized in an information brochure by the European Association for Osseointegration (EAO). Among others, treatment concepts of modern dental implantology and treatment procedures are presented.

For further information ▸

Aktuelle Informationen zum Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Dr. Horvath – Zahnarzt Jestetten
Stand: 17. Mai 2021

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Information zum neuartigen Coronavirus (COVID-19) in unserer Praxis

Liebe Patientinnen und Patienten,

wir begegnen dieser Gesundheitskrise mit gebotener Sorgfalt und Respekt, aber auch Ruhe und Professionalität. Wir beobachten und beurteilen die Lage zu COVID-19, insbesondere in der Grenzregion und im Großraum Zürich, sehr genau. Hierzu stehen wir mit den zuständigen Behörden in persönlichem Kontakt.

Aktuelle Lage zum Coronavirus im Landkreis Waldshut

Die Gesundheit unserer Patientinnen und Patienten, sowie der Angestellten unserer Praxis ist für uns die oberste Priorität. Generell befassen wir uns als medizinischer Betrieb täglich professionell mit dem Schutz vor Infektionen. Wir sind dafür entsprechend ausgebildet und technisch darauf vorbereitet.

Der Grenzübertritt für eine Behandlung bei uns ist regulär möglich. Sie finden genaue Informationen dazu weiter unten in dieser Email. Wir aktualisieren diese Informationen fortlaufend und immer aktuell.

Was wir tun um Sie und uns zu schützen

Wir testen unser gesamtes Team einmal wöchentlich mit Schnelltests auf eine Corona-Infektion.

Beim Eintritt in der Praxis messen wir derzeit bei allen Personen, die die Praxis betreten, die Körpertemperatur mit einem kontaktlosen Fieberthermometer. Dies gilt sowohl für die Patientinnen und Patienten, als auch die Angestellten der Praxis.

Unser Team trägt ständig einen FFP2-Mundschutz.

Für Patienten besteht eine Maskenpflicht außerhalb der Behandlungsräume.

Terminplanung

Sollten Sie ein akutes Problem haben, rufen Sie uns bitte vorab an. Wir werden dann bereits telefonisch versuchen die Ursache möglichst genau zu erkennen und Ihnen dann direkt einen Termin für die nötige Behandlung geben.

Wir haben auf unserer Website die Möglichkeit geschaffen uns sicher Bilder und Fragen zukommen zu lassen. Virtuelle Beratung.

Sollten mehrere Behandlungen bei Ihnen nötig sein, versuchen wir diese in einem möglichst langen Termin zu kombinieren.

Selbstkontrolle zu Hause

Sollten Sie über Symptome der Coronavirus-Infektion (Fieber, Husten, Atemprobleme, Muskelschmerzen, Übelkeit) klagen, bitten wir Sie sich vorab telefonisch bei uns zu melden. Wir werden dann die Lage gemeinsam beurteilen.

Falls möglich empfehlen wir Ihnen vor einem geplanten Termin zu Hause bereits Fieber zu messen. Normal ist eine Temperatur bis 37,4°C.

Sollten Sie infiziert gewesen sein, ist eine zahnärztliche Behandlung ab 4 Wochen nach Feststellung der Infektion wieder möglich.

Informationen zum Grenzübertritt

Der Grenzübertritt nach Deutschland ist regulär und ohne Einschränkungen möglich.

Sie brauchen keinen negativen Coronatest wenn Sie zu uns in die Praxis kommen.

Die Grenzübergänge sind alle regulär geöffnet.

Der Zugverkehr nach Jestetten verläuft regulär.

Bei der Rückkehr in die Schweiz müssen Sie nicht in Quarantäne. Unsere Praxis liegt nicht in einem Risikogebiet. Sie können problemlos in die Schweiz zurückkehren.

Ihre Ankunft bei uns

Beim Eintritt in der Praxis messen wir derzeit bei allen Personen, die die Praxis betreten, die Körpertemperatur mit einem kontaktlosen Fieberthermometer. Dies gilt sowohl für die Patientinnen und Patienten, als auch die Angestellten der Praxis. Normal ist eine Körpertemperatur bis 37,4°C.

Bitte desinfizieren Sie Ihre Hände beim Eintritt in die Praxis. Entsprechende Spender mit Desinfektionsmittel stehen bereit.

Wir bitten Sie möglichst pünktlich zu dem geplanten Termin bei uns in der Praxis einzutreffen um längere Wartezeiten zu vermeiden.

Wenn Sie mögen, können Sie auch im Auto warten. Wir holen Sie dann bei Behandlungsbeginn dort ab.

 

Trotz der Entbehrungen blicken wir aber dennoch positiv in die Zukunft. Gemeinsam werden wir diese Krise überstehen und es folgen wieder bessere Zeiten. Wir freuen uns darauf mit Ihnen dann wieder gemeinsam zu Lachen.

Bleiben Sie gesund.

Ihr Praxisteam & Familie Horvath