Immediate ceramic implant
An immediate implant is an implantological procedure in which a tooth is extracted and replaced with a dental implant during the same session, right after the tooth is extracted. This type of implantation technique offers significant advantages over late implantation and should always be preferred, if the prerequisites are met.
In late implantation, on the other hand, the affected tooth is removed during the first dental session and the implant is placed in the healed area after several months. Consequently, there is an initial and second procedure, which is also called a two-stage procedure.
Dr. Josephine Phillips
An immediate ceramic implant can prevent bone loss and avoid frequent dental appointments.