Author Archives: Tim Harper

Dentists: Implantology Equipment

Implantology is developing rapidly in dental surgery practices. This technology constitutes a major innovation for the patients, but requires, for the practitioner, to finance specialized radiological equipment. The benefits for the patient and the dentist A dental implant is a titanium oxide or zirconia screw that is inserted into the jawbone and which serves as… Read More »


Dental implants are metal “roots” often called “fixtures” that are surgically placed in the jawbone below the gum line. Once in place, the dentist can attach crowns to replace missing teeth. The implants are integrated into the jawbone where they will provide stable support to the prosthetic teeth. The devices will no longer move when… Read More »

Dentists: The Characteristics Of Dental Centers

There are several types of dental health centers: the oldest are those managed by the mutualist network, and the most recent are those, usually at low cost, created by private individuals in the form of associations. Dental health centers offer all types of treatment, including implantology and periodontology, and all types of dentures. They practice… Read More »

How Is The Placement Of A Dental Implant?

The duration of the operation  varies according to the complexity of the operation (number and location of implants, volume of bone available, etc.).  The installation is carried out in the OR or in a room dedicated to this function in the dental office. After performing local anesthesia , the practitioner incises the gum. He digs… Read More »

Dentists: How To Finance A Dental Chair?

The dental chair is the most important investment for a dentist who wishes to settle in a private practice. It is therefore necessary, before choosing this material, to carefully examine the possibilities and methods of its financing. The components of the dental chair A dental chair conventionally comprises a reclining chair, one or more articulated… Read More »

Dental implants:

“In rare cases, there may be a risk of damage to a nerve or an artery which can cause bleeding,” warns Dr Ardouin. You must therefore be informed of the risks involved, as well as of other treatment options (removable prosthesis, for example). The specialists advise the greatest caution vis-à-vis these heavy surgical interventions, sometimes… Read More »