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Implantology is one of our most consulted specialties. It has to do with the discipline dealing, mainly, with the replacement of missing teeth.
Dental implants act as artificial roots of a biocompatible material, which are placed in the jaw bones to replace the missing teeth. After a reasonable time (might vary depending on each case), the placement of an implant supported prosthetic is performed. The treatment is really simple and painless and we avoid using a removable prosthesis.

Dental implants are titanium-made screws placed on the maxillaries, and serve as an artificial root to support fake teeth later on. They may replace a tooth or group of teeth, as the case may be.
It is a two-stage procedure that lasts between 2 to 6 months, depending on the clinical case. The dental implant, per se, is placed on the maxillary of the patient, who is under local anaesthesia. Then, a number of months need to elapse for it to adhere to the bone. At stage two, once healing is over, a pin is placed prior to the artificial crown. In the event that several teeth are missing, an implant-supported prosthesis may be placed: several teeth supported by a number of implants. Some cases may require bone augmentation, either before or during implant placement.
In most cases, analgesics and antibiotics are prescribed to reduce discomfort. Yet, these conditions may be expected:

- Bruises
- Moderate swelling
- Slight discomfort on the place of the implant
- Low bleeding

It is highly recommended not to use the prostheses for a long period under certain situations. Eating soft and cold food for 5 or 7 days is advised. The hygiene must be carried out as usual, never eliminated. In many occasions, hygiene is reinforced with mouth-rinses. The wound must be controlled and stitches should be removed between days 7 and 10.
Once the implant's osseointegration ends, the dental prosthesis itself starts to be built. This may vary depending on the clinical case.
Taking into account current dental treatments, dental implants are the most lasting. The success rate in 10 years is greater than 95% if installed correctly, with an adequate hygiene and if the necessary controls are carried out.
There are no records about people allergic to titanium. However, more complex patients are those having a uncontrolled chronic debilitating diseases, such as diabetes.
No. No cases have been recorded about people being allergic to titanium, reason why there are no possibilities of failed implants per se.
Yes. It can happen that an implant is not fully integrated with the bone. At present, the success rate accounts for 95% and, in most cases, if an implant is not integrated, it can be replaced by another, thus, overcoming the problem.
Crowns allow us to improve teeth - these can recover their function, aesthetics and thus the patient's social relationships.
Bridges are used to replace missing teeth, and bonded to the adjacent teeth. In the past, it was considered acceptable, since there were no other options. It is a mutilating and little conservative treatment, since it requires to wear out two (or more) teeth. Nowadays, they have almost been completely replaced by dental implants.

It is a bonded restoration that covers completely the visible part of the tooth, to recreate its normal shape and size.
- To cover teeth having an inadequate or anti-aesthetic shape.
- To cover teeth in bad position or highly pigmented.
- Over an implant.
- When a large amount of dental tissue has been lost after a root canal treatment or when the tooth has been badly damaged.
- When the teeth are strongly worn-out by severe bruxism.
Metal crowns: Mainly of any gold alloy. They are considered to be excellent restorations due to their long-lasting life, wear and fracture resistance. They are usually used in the side-tooth region so that the aesthetic is not compromised.

Pure porcelain crown: Cosmetically, they look like natural teeth, since they mimic their translucency, reason why they are so required. Essential for front teeth.

Porcelain crowns on metal: The core of the crown is made of metal, and then coated with porcelain. It is an excellent option for back teeth.
The duration of a crown, without taking into consideration its material, will depend on several factors: the, friction and clenching forces, but mainly on the dental hygiene. It would be reasonable to expect a crown to last between 10 and 15 years if all the necessary care procedures are carried out.
These are an excellent alternative when the intention is to achieve an aesthetical change in the smile. In contrast to crowns, these only cover the exposed part of the teeth, and can be as thin as a contact lens.

- If the tooth's shape is not the most appropriate because it got broken or it has an abnormal anatomy.
- In important colour changes.
- To correct slightly misaligned teeth.
- To close undesirable spaces between teeth.
- They are usually translucent as dental enamel; reason why they have luminic characteristics similar to those of a natural tooth.
- They are less likely to undergo changes in colour or in size.
- They keep their surface shine with time.
- If the patient's oral hygiene is not adequate.
- If the amount of remaining dental tissue is not strong enough to hold a porcelain veneer.
-In patients suffering from bruxism.
- If the patient needs to correct important misaligned teeth.
These are indicated when there is an important lack of dental structure. A supplementary rigid block is cemented; this will give the tooth shape and function again.
They are an intermediate solution between plastic inlays and crowns. They can be performed in different materials according to the clinical case.
When a tooth has lost a little amount of substance, due to caries or to fractures, it must be repaired. Although there are different techniques and materials, those highly used nowadays are the aesthetic materials. The most popular is composite. These materials allow the restoration of the tooth's shape and function in one single appointment.
When the teeth are pigmented or dark, the teeth bleaching treatment improves their colour without altering or damaging the structure.
There are different techniques to carry out dental bleaching:
Bleaching at the doctor's office: 2 or 3 sessions lasting 1 hour are usually necessary to achieve excellent results.
Ambulatory Bleaching: This technique is carried out outside the doctor's office, wherever the patient finds it more convenient. Patient's mouth prints should be recorded and then 2 small containers are designed to place the bleaching gel. This should be placed daily inside the mouth for some hours. Within a few days, the teeth look much whiter and the results are surprising.
Internal Bleaching: It is useful for those teeth that have changed their colour after a root canal treatment or blow. The combination with more than one whitening technique might be necessary. In some extreme cases, bleaching might not be enough, and porcelain veneers should be used.
Root Canal Therapy: It's the procedure by which the dental pulp tissue inside the tooth, which goes along the root, is removed. The treatment consists in performing a little hole inside the tooth to reach the nerve and remove all the tissue itself. It is a painless procedure thanks to the use of anaesthetic. In some cases, no pain whatsoever is felt, while in others, pain can be more intense. However, on average, only a slight discomfort might be reported, which subsides with the use of pain relievers.
It's the speciality that treats, takes care and recover the support structures and tissues surrounding the dental tissue, such as gums and bone.
Gingivitis, on the other hand, is an inflammation of the gums caused by the action of bacteria that settle on the teeth over and under the gum. If this inflammation is not reverted at its initial stage, it might lead to bleeding which will not stop until the cause is removed. If this disease is not treated, it might evolve, in some cases, into another illness named Periodontal Disease. This is a more advanced stage of gum disease, where infection involves deeper tissues such as bone. It can cause bone loss and, as a consequence, dental mobility. Both diseases can be avoided with an adequate hygiene and a visit to the dentist every 6 months.
Nowadays, there are aesthetic gum treatments to improve their level, apart from the classic periodontal treatment.
This name is given to the field of dentistry dedicated, not only to the treatment and prevention of dental misalignment, but also to jaw dynamics between them and facial bones. Its aim is to restore the shape and function of the oral cavity, achieving facial harmony and aesthetic. Our physicians address the diagnosis, research, prevention and correction of situations known as malocclusion, which consist of irregularities in the tooth position and jaw dynamics, that might lead to jaw and face deformities. There are different types of equipment (fixed: aesthetic, metallic; removable: functional, active). The election of each of them will depend on each case in particular, and on the duration of the treatment. Our physicians will provide you, after performing the correct assessment of your case, with the most suitable existing treatments. Remember that a perfect smile and a healthy mouth are possible whether the patient is a child or an adult.


Long years of experience have enabled us to form a solid network, efficient dental services. It includes all neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, the Conurbano parties, as well as the heads of the provinces and localities throughout the country. It is necessary to take into consideration that the same may be modified according to institutional needs.


The domestic area network is composed of physicians and/or health care centres located in the capital's of these provinces: Catamarca, Corrientes, Córdoba, Chaco, Chubut, Entre Ríos, Formosa, Jujuy, La Pampa, La Rioja, Mendoza, Neuquén, Río Negro, Salta, San Juan, San Luis, Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, Tierra del Fuego, Tucumán and their different districts. It is necessary to state that this area can undergo changes according to institutional needs.


Every neighbourhood is included and the layout has been designed according to the Company's needs.


The coverage area comprises those districts that, up to a distance of 40km, are included in it and in its area of influence. The geographical distribution responds to the Company's specific needs.


The company has an additional service which provides "Outpatient" benefits for specific pre-evaluated cases.

To this end, it has transportable mobile equipment enabling home care coverage only for emergency cases. Moreover, our company has 24-hour emergency services, every day, through a Healthcare Network located strategically.

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With a long track record in the exercise of this profession, we can proudly state that we stand out for providing a solid health service, relying on the use of state-of-the-art equipment, standing out by the performance of our Healthcare Service Network, that extends throughout the country.


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Dental Center S.A.
Phone: (54-11) 4328-5625
Address: Viamonte 867 2º 207 - CABA