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Patient 1

In this clinical situation, prior to treatment, there were necrotic lesions of the hard tissues of the teeth in the patient’s oral cavity. For rehabilitation,…

Patient 2

In this clinical situation, before starting treatment, the patient had periodontal disease (deep destruction of the peridental tissue) of the…

Patient 3

In this clinical situation, before surgery, there were periodontitis (inflammation of the tissues surrounding the root of the tooth) teeth on…

Patient 4

In this clinical situation, the rehabilitation of a patient with missing teeth in the shortest possible time minimally invasive (operation without…

Patient 5

In this clinical situation, there was periodontal disease and an aesthetic defect before treatment. On the upper jaw, there is a lack of volume of the…

Patient 6

In this clinical situation, there were complaints of a lack of teeth, an aesthetic defect. On the orthopantomogram (OPG) periodontal teeth are visible…

Patient 7

The patient complained of a lack of teeth in the lower jaw and the inability to use removable dentures. Before contacting the ESC, the installation of…

Patient 8

In this clinical situation, during the appeal to the ESC there were complaints about the absence of teeth in the lateral parts of the upper jaw. An orthopantomogram…

Patient 9

A clinical case of rapid rehabilitation of a patient with immediate basal implantation. In the upper jaw, an insufficient amount of bone tissue. Basal…

Patient 10

This clinical case is an example of an excellent delayed result after five years. The patient lacked teeth on the upper jaw and had insufficient bone tissue.…

Patient 11

In this clinical case, the patient complained of missing teeth. Before contacting a dental clinic in Kiev, he did a sinus lift on the left side from above.…

Patient 12

This is a unique case of rapid rehabilitation of the patient in difficult anatomical and topographic conditions of the upper jaw. On the upper jaw implants…

Patient 13

This clinical case shows the advantage of single-stage and basal implants that are installed using a minimally invasive method without suturing and bone…

Patient 14

This clinical case speaks of excellent delayed results when applying the technique of installing one-stage and basal implants without building bone in…

Patient 15

This is a clinical example of a long-term positive result of the application of the technique of installing single-stage and basal implants with an immediate…

Patient 16

This complex clinical case demonstrates excellent long-term results after the installation of single-stage and basal implants in difficult anatomical and…

Patient 17

Patient X has atrophy of the alveolar process of the III degree on the upper jaw. He needed alveolar ridge reconstruction and osteoplastic surgery. The…

Patient 18

The patient turned to the European Dental Center complaining of poor chewing and missing teeth. On the 2011 orthopantomogram, atrophy of the alveolar ridge…

Patient 19

The patient needed to remove non-cutting fangs on the upper jaw, osteosynthesis and sinus lift (an increase in the number of bones in the posterior…

Patient 20

The patient complained of missing teeth. Anamnesis is burdened with right-sided maxillary sinusotomy. The patient refused removable prosthetics. On the…

Patient 21

The patient appealed to the ECC with complaints about the poor aesthetic effect of the gingival row and a violation of the chewing function.
On the…

Patient 22

The patient complained to the European Dental Center about missing teeth.
According to the orthopantomogram, there is a deficiency of bone tissue…

 This section presents several complex clinical cases. This is an example of many years of experience and quick solutions to complex clinical situations in cases where the patient can not get dental rehabilitation or need to perform procedures for long-term bone reconstruction (bone augmentation). Each reconstruction of bone tissue is always the percentage of complications. This is not the engraftment of what they want to reconstruct. We reduced this percentage to 0 because we did not perform bone augmentation operations, but used solid anatomical structures to fix dental implants. To this method, we added the use of an erbium (cold) laser, and got a great and well-tuned result after a long time. The number of post-operative complications is significantly small. Rapid rehabilitation due to the complete rapid restoration of dental function and excellent delayed results in a few years indicates the advantage of this method over.

  We have European "Evidence-based medicine". All these clinical cases are submitted to the German Association of Implantologists DGOI for the title of "international expert in implantology" and approved by German professors. They were also presented to the scientific Council of Ukraine for the title of "Candidate of medical Sciences" and presented at the world Pacific Congress in 2016 in Taiwan. When you are told that you Have a "Close nerve", "near the maxillary sinus", "you can not put dental implants", we have a huge clinical experience to say:"This is not always the case". At the European dental center, we can place the implant next to the nerve without damaging it. Next to the maxillary sinus and without damaging it. We go around places where there are no conditions and install dental implants where they are. It is really difficult to install implants next to anatomical structures. But, the availability of a 3D tomograph in the European dental center and