28 teeth, the initiative to help edentulous patients

Did you know that if you don’t solve tooth loss, your oral health can suffer?

In addition to generating esthetic problems, the absence of teeth has repercussions at the functional level. Therefore, whenever possible, it is best to replace lost parts. The best option for this is to have dental implants.

We know that sometimes this treatment is not affordable for everyone. For this reason, at Clínica Noguerol we have joined the campaign 28 teeth campaign, promoted by BQDC (Best Quality Dental Centers), an association of which we are a member.

It is a medical protocol designed to help edentulous patients, which allows us to facilitate access to a complete oral rehabilitation treatment with implants, in less time and at a reduced cost.

We make it easy for you to rehabilitate your smile

Each tooth has a specific function in our mouth, so if we lose a piece it is important to replace it. If you are missing an important part of your teeth and want to find a quick and comfortable solution, this initiative is of interest to you. The 28 teeth campaign has been developed by BQDC in conjunction with the more than 50 dental clinics that are part of the association.

This medical protocol is based on the digitalization of procedures, the use of state-of-the-art technology and agreements with commercial companies. This allows us to:

  • To offer the complete treatment with dental implants at a lower cost for patients.
  • Rehabilitate teeth in less time. Thanks to computer-assisted surgery and immediately loaded implants, patients can see themselves with new teeth on the same day of surgery.
  • All this with the security of being treated by a quality clinic with qualified specialists.

What are the consequences of missing teeth?

Failure to replace missing teeth has aesthetic and functional consequences for your smile.

  • Loss of bone support. When a tooth is missing, the supporting tissues around the alveolus lose their function and the gingiva is resorbed. This, in the long run, may also affect the stability of the remaining parts.
  • Aging of the face. Loss of bone support can change the appearance of the face.
  • Dental crowding. Teeth tend to move naturally when they are not impeded. So, if any tooth is missing, it is possible that dental crowding may occur.
  • Increased propensity to plaque accumulation. Dental crowding, in turn, hinders oral hygiene and makes it easier for bacteria to accumulate in the mouth. This may favor the development of infections and periodontal diseases.
  • Diminished self-esteem. The problems generated by the absence of teeth often cause complexes when smiling, which can deprive you of showing off your smile and have a very negative effect on your self-esteem.

If you are interested in our medical protocol for edentulous patients
contact us and we will help you rebuild your smile!

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