Dental Implants

Studio Fonzar: specialising in implantology.

If you encounter one of the following problems:

– excessive movement of a tooth
– loss of a tooth
– instability of mobile prosthetics (full or partial denture)

you may require a dental implant; we would recommend that you book an immediate appointment with a qualified dentist.

Who is responsible for implants in our studio?

Dr. Alberto Fonzar

1986: Graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Trieste with top marks
1989: Specialised in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics, again with top marks, at the University of Pisa

Dedicated exclusively to periodontology, implantology and prosthodontics. He is an active member, former president of SIDP after having been a member of the board of directors for many years, first as secretary and then as treasurer.
Active member, former president of SIDP after having been a board member for many years, first as secretary and then as treasurer.

Why choose dental implantology?

If you experience one of these problems: excessive mobility of a tooth, loss of a tooth or instability of a removable denture (denture or skeleton), you may need a dental implant.

Thanks to dental implantology, you can return to smiling and eating with the same confidence as with natural teeth.

Back to eating

Total masticatory function will be restored, without any more waivers!

Find your voice

With the restoration of all dental elements, defects in pronunciation due to one or more missing teeth will also be corrected.

Back to smiling

No one will notice the implants! Thanks to the technology we possess, the appearance of your smile will be flawless.

The dentist in Udine for the whole family:

Children, Adults, Seniors

Implants: how, when and why?

We prefer to preserve the natural teeth, however on occasion it becomes necessary to turn to artificial prosthetics. The implants are used to replace one or more teeth that are either already missing or necessitate extraction owing to irreversible damage – this is particularly recommended when the teeth adjacent to the missing one are whole and healthy – or to stabilise a removable dental prosthesis.

The process of implants essentially requires two phases. In the first, which is painless and carried out under anaesthetic, the implant is inserted into the mandibular or maxillary bones. The second phase, which comes 3-6 months later (the necessary time-frame for the tissue to recover and for the implant to stabilise with the bone), sees the “new” tooth attached to the implant.

Be aware that, much like teeth, implants can also be damaged and suffer bone loss (Peri-implantitis). Therefore, should you experience pain and bleeding from an implant, request a meeting with a qualified dentist.

Possible scenarios for implant use

Replacing a missing single tooth

Stabilising a removable prosthesis (denture)

Replacing a removable prosthesis (skeleton) with a fixed one

Replacing several missing (contiguous) teeth

After implant rehabilitation, the maintenance of healthy peri-implant tissues and the entire oral cavity requires correct lifestyle, correct home oral hygiene and periodic professional check-ups.

Failure to observe such home hygiene procedures and periodic professional recalls increases the risk of infectious-inflammatory complications of the dento-parodontal and peri-implant tissues.

Recognised and certified quality

Our competence is recognised by many dental colleagues, who often involve us for particularly difficult procedures to take care of their patients.

We are associated with:

What is implantology?

Implantology is the discipline dealing with replacement of teeth with titanium screw inserts into the mandibular and/or maxillary bones. These are commonly known as implants and are designed to fix and support a partial or complete dental prosthesis. The biocompatible nature of titanium is designed to ensure the implants integrate into the bone, becoming one unit: this is referred to as an osseointegrated implant.

There are four purposes for implants:

– replacing a single tooth
– replacing several contiguous missing teeth (bridge)
– replacing a mobile prosthesis (removable partial denture) with a fixed one
– stabilising a full prosthesis (dentures).

Further information

– Oral implantology / pag. 181-200
– Implants

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