Oral surgery and implantology

Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial teeth that are placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.

With attentive patient maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime. They are completely secure and will allow you to speak and eat again with comfort and confidence.

The ideal candidate for a dental implant is one who is in good general and oral health. Adequate bone in the jaw is needed to support the implant as well as healthy gum tissues that are free of periodontal disease.

What are the benefits to having a dental implant?

  • You will look younger due to maintaining the structure of your face.
  • You will be able to chew and speak properly.
  • Dental implants act to preserve the integrity of the jaw as chewing stimulates the bone to keep it strong.
  • Dental implants can help to reduce the possibility of gum disease and infection.
  • Your teeth stay in place and can last a life-time.

Why Dental Implants at Dr. Roze & Associates?

At our clinic, every member of our team is a specialist, which means we only expect the best from our team. Implantology is a specific field of dentistry that requires great skill, education and practice which is why our implant team is highly qualified and educated in this area of dentistry.

We have performed hundreds of dental implant procedures at the clinic since the founding in 2013, and we are proud to say, we are among the leading providers and referral clinics of dental implants in Dubai today.

We also believe in using only the latest in state-of-the-art technology – image guided implant surgery — to offer you the most precise and accurate procedures, efficient treatments and reduced surgical time.

What is computer-guided implant surgery?

At Dr. Roze & Associates dental clinic, we use computer-guided surgery to ensure maximum effectiveness of dental implant placement. Guided surgery is a process of planning the implant surgery using a computer, a CT image and surgical guide technology.

Surgical guides are the latest advancement in dental implant technology. The use of surgical guides allows us to place the dental implant accurately, precisely and in the ideal position in the bone to increase aesthetics and functionality of your new implants.

What are the benefits of using computer-guided implant surgery?

Precise and accurate dental implant placement. CT scans are taken of the jaw and used to create 3D images. A specialised computer programme uses these images to create a perfect surgical template that we can use to determine the optimal locations for dental implant placement.

Reducing the risks. Because we can see the entire structure of the jaw, teeth and bone computer-guided implant surgery allows us to assess exactly where the dental implant should be placed.

Eliminating the need for sutures. With computer-guided surgery, we can do implants without surgical flaps which are small incisions in the gum tissue. With this new technology, we do not need to see the bone specifically to give us the correct placement for the dental implant.

Reducing actual surgical time. The procedure can be completed faster than traditional dental implant surgery because we create a surgical template on the computer and we can have all the information we need right in front of us.

Better patient understanding. The images that we create with the computer-guided technology allow us to easily explain the process to you and allow you to follow the procedure from start to finish.

Restoring dental function sooner. With computer-guided implant surgery, we place the implant right away and many patients are able to receive permanent restorations during this same appointment.

Computer Guided Surgery

What is computer-guided implant surgery?

At Dr. Roze & Associates we use computer-guided surgery to ensure maximum effectiveness of the dental implant placement. Guided surgery is a process of planning the implant surgery using a computer, a CT image and surgical guide technology.

Surgical guides are the latest advancement in dental implant technology. The use of surgical guides allows us to place the dental implant accurately, precisely and in the ideal position in the bone to increase aesthetics and functionality of your new implants.

What are the benefits of using computer-guided surgery?

Precise and accurate dental implant placement. CT scans are taken of the jaw and used to create 3D images. A specialised computer programme uses these images to create a perfect surgical template that we can use to determine the optimal locations for dental implant placement.

Reducing the risks. Because we can see the entire structure of the jaw, teeth and bone computer-guided implant surgery allows us to assess exactly where the dental implant should be placed.

Eliminating the need for sutures. With computer-guided surgery, we can do implants without surgical flaps which are small incisions in the gum tissue. With this new technology, we do not need to see the bone specifically to give us the correct placement for the dental implant.

Reducing actual surgical time. The procedure can be completed faster than traditional dental implant surgery because we create a surgical template on the computer and we can have all the information we need right in front of us.

Better patient understanding. The images that we create with the computer-guided technology allow us to easily explain the process to you and allow you to follow the procedure from start to finish.

Restoring dental function sooner. With computer-guided implant surgery, we place the implant right away and many patients are able to receive permanent restorations during this same appointment.

Oral Surgery & Wisdom Teeth

At Dr. Roze & Associates dental clinic in Dubai, we provide safe and effective oral surgical procedures. We are one of the top referral clinics in Dubai – trusted by our colleagues to treat their clients exceptionally.

Our clinic is fitted with state-of-the-art equipment and staff are trained with the latest methods in dental surgery. It is also very important to us that training of our team goes further than just learning the job. Our team is instructed on a regular basis with specialists and additional education – to help you feel relaxed, calm, comfortable and assured in our care.

Oral surgical restorative and cosmetic procedures can include:

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Your wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last set of teeth to develop. Sometimes they erupt from the gums and your mouth is able to accommodate them, but most of the time there is not enough room for them in your mouth. If your wisdom teeth are unable to erupt through the gum line properly they become impacted between the jawbone and the gum tissue. Impacted wisdom teeth can result in swelling, pain or infection of the gum tissue, or in more serious cases, cause damage or movement to nearby teeth and gums. If you have any pain or swelling around the wisdom teeth or this area, we may recommend that impacted wisdom teeth are surgically removed.

Dental Bone Grafting

A dental bone graft procedure may be the best way to restore bone material before placing a dental implant. Often in the area of missing teeth, there can be significant hard and soft tissue loss. The procedures vary and involve filling the socket with bone or bone substitute material to re-build the area and give a strong foundation for the dental implant.

David Roze
Laura Delgado
Benoît Philippe

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