When do you choose implantology?

Are you missing one or more teeth and would you like to replace them? Then implants offer a good and sustainable solution. You can opt for implantology when:

  • You want to replace one tooth
  • You want to replace several teeth
  • You want to replace all teeth
  • Your molars/roots are missing or no longer function 

Conditions for implant placement

  • After the treatment you can talk and laugh again without any worries
  • You can eat all meals easily and pain-free again
  • The implants provide a good basis for a prosthesis
  • The treatment is very safe
  • Adjacent teeth do not need to be sharpened
  • Indistinguishable from real teeth

Implantology rates

In the Netherlands, dental rates are set by the government. Below you will find an overview of the rates for our implantological consultations. If you need more information about the costs of placing the implant, ask your doctor for an estimate.

  • First implantology consultation €66.88
  • Extended implantology examination €102.80
  • Jaw overview photo (OPT) €77.32

Conditions for implant placement

Before implants can be placed, a number of conditions must be met: 

  • There must be sufficient jaw bone present and the jaw bone must be in the right place. If this is not the case, it will be checked whether the quality of the bone can be improved at the location where the implant should be placed;
  • The jawbone must have grown. This is usually the case from the age of 18;
  • Health: It is important that the gums around the area to be treated are in good condition. In addition, we advise patients not to smoke or drink alcohol during the treatment period;
  • It is important to know in advance that the implants and the construction must be cleaned properly and regularly.

If you would like more information about placing implants and replacing teeth or roots, please contact Valerius Dentists.

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Implantology options

Implantology offers the possibility of replacing non-functioning teeth by means of implants and the constructions made on them. With implantology we replace the natural root in the teeth with an artificial root. The artificial roots - also called implants - can be placed in the jaw if one or more teeth, molars and roots are missing.

Because implants are made of titanium, they are very body-friendly. Titanium is non-toxic, so the body will not reject the implants. Over time, the implants grow into the bone. A bridge, crown or overdenture can then be placed on the implant.