Dr. Andrei Stan's clinic – The place where dedication and personalized approach ensure remarkable results

At Dr. Andrei Stan's clinic, each patient finds a solution adapted to his needs. Each treatment is personalized through a close collaboration between specialists, ensuring optimal solutions for each patient.

Find out how the passion for excellence and the latest technology transform the smiles of patients from all over the country and even abroad.

Initial Consultation

This consultation involves the analysis of information from the CBCT (3D radiography of the teeth). The information from it (the quantity and quality of the bone ridge as well as the position of the anatomical formations) will allow the coordinating doctor to develop a personalized treatment plan, adapted to the needs of each individual patient.

The treatment is personalized according to the functional and aesthetic needs of the patient and of course, the treatment possibilities from a medical point of view. Thus, the final treatment plan is shaped by aligning these possibilities with the patient's individual preferences and needs.

Surgical Stage: Implant Insertion

When a damaged tooth can no longer be saved and we need to replace it with a dental implant, we try when possible to perform the extraction and insertion of the implant in the same session, to minimize the bone loss in that area. The procedure is performed under anesthesia and usually takes between 30 minutes and 2 hours, depending on the number of implants inserted. After inserting them into the maxillary or mandibular bone, the doctor will measure its stability to establish the right moment for applying the definitive crown and the possibility of applying a provisional crown. The area where the implant was inserted will be covered with gum and then sutured.

If the implant shows adequate primary stability, we can opt for the fitting of a provisional crown during the osseointegration period. The purpose of this crown is purely aesthetic to not have gaps in the smile during the healing period.

To improve the healing process, the A-PRF technique is used, which involves collecting blood from the patient, centrifuging it and using the resulting membranes to accelerate healing. Research indicates that this method not only facilitates faster healing, but also significantly reduces bone loss within 6-12 months after surgery, thus ensuring a more stable and predictable treatment result over time.

Additional Interventions: Bone Addition and Sinus Lift

Bone structure is among the most important factors that influence the success of the treatment. If the patient does not have a sufficient amount of bone to provide an optimal foundation for the insertion of the dental implant, we can resort to additional procedures, such as bone addition or sinus lift, which help us reach an optimal amount of bone to have a successful treatment.

Healing Period: Osseointegration

The osseointegration period, which lasts between 4 and 6 months, is crucial for creating a stable base for the dental implant. During this important stage, the bone develops around the dental implant, providing the necessary foundation to support the final crown, i.e. the tooth itself.

Finishing Treatment: The Definitive Crown

After the osseointegration process is completed, the prosthetic abutment is mounted and the impression or intraoral scan is taken to create the definitive crown. This phase can last between two and three weeks. Fixing the definitive crown is the moment when the complete restoration of the patient's smile becomes a reality, restoring both the aesthetics of the smile and its functionality.

How can you benefit from such a treatment?

Everything starts with a free consultation where you will find out the possible solutions, the stages and how much a dental implant costs.