Let us help you feel free to show your smile to the world
- Less pain, Less bleeding. No Stiches
- Stronger and Secure teeth
- Comfortable and Natural function
Are you suffering from tooth loss?
What about tooth decay or injury? Do you need to find corrective dental surgery for missing teeth? For decades, people with periodontal disease and missing teeth had only two treatment options available, dentures and bridges.
However, technological advances in dentistry have widened the range of available services including the popular dental implant treatment.Dental implants are titanium screws to replace the root of your teeth, offering a strong foundation for removable replacement teeth or permanent teeth.
Healthy gums and strong bones are required for dental implant surgery. Post-care requires strict observance of good oral hygiene. These are the foundations with which high-quality dental implants thrive and become effective.
At Villa Louisa, we offer an extremely high success rate with strict care and maintenance of implants post-procedure.
Sliding dentures can make chewing difficult. Dental implants function like your own teeth, allowing you to eat your favorite foods with confidence and without pain.
Dental implants look similar to natural teeth giving patients newfound confidence in a brand new smile.
Dental implants become part of your natural teeth so it eliminates any discomfort associated with removable dentures.
Dental implants cannot be removed which means they don't come loose or fall off during meal time. You can eat, smile, talk and laugh without worry!
In Villa Louisa clinic you can also without any problems extract 8 teeth or fix meeting for other surgical manipulations. During complex facial skeletal imbalances, orthognathic surgeons come to the rescue. Orthognathic surgery is used in cases of skeletal imbalance between the upper jaw and lower jaw due to increased or decreased growth of the lower or upper jaw.
For long-term operations in our team there is an anesthetist who provides psychological comfort of the patient during the intervention.