Implants / Indications

Here we examine the basic prerequisites for indications of a dental implant. Classic gaps, edentulous spaces, free-end gaps, or third sets of teeth: When do implants make sense and what must be kept in mind?

Single-Tooth Gap

Classic single-tooth gaps constitute good indications for a dental implant, which provides effective protection for healthy neighboring teeth.

Edentulous Spaces

Implants can also make sense in the case of edentulous spaces as they usually succeed in providing higher...

Free-End Gaps

At the end of a row of teeth, only an implant can guarantee strong grip. An implant-supported bridge...


“Third teeth“ do not have a particularly good reputation. Implants can produce relief in many different ways.