Patients who come to Ogodent Ploiesti consistently opt for premium dental implants from Bredent due to their superior quality and array of benefits:

  • Long-term strength
  • Natural tooth feel
  • Preservation of bone volume
  • Biocompatibility
  • Exemplary aesthetics
  • Teeth adjacent to an edentulous gap remain intact

About dental implants

When it comes to dental implants in Ploiesti we are the dental clinic that offers patients modern, effective and durable solutions. The need for a dental implant arises both in terms of oral health and avoiding some of the risks associated with tooth loss, as well as from an aesthetic point of view.

Dental implants replace the root of the lost tooth and prevent the migration of neighbouring teeth, allow fixed prosthetics in situations where mobile prosthetics would have been required, stop the process of bone atrophy, prevent gum recession and bone resorption and play an essential role in dental aesthetics.

Patients who come to Ogodent Ploiesti always choose premium dental implants from Bredent because of their quality and advantages:

  • Long-term strength
  • Natural tooth feel
  • Preservation of bone volume
  • Biocompatibility
  • Exemplary aesthetics
  • Teeth adjacent to an edentulous gap remain intact

These are undeniable benefits for dental implants that Dr Cristina Coman, Dentist Specialist in Periodontology and Oral Implantology, apply at the dental clinic Ogodent Ploiesti, respecting all sterile conditions.

Thus, if you are looking for a dentist for dental implants in Ploiesti, we are looking forward to welcoming you to Ogodent Dental Clinic. Precision, experience and attention to detail perfectly complement your dental implant treatment plan in Ploiesti.



Dental specialist Implantology and Periodontology

Useful Information

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Teeth adjacent to an edentulous burs remain intact if we use dental implants for the burs.
  • Bone volume is preserved because the implant stimulates the bone through masticatory forces that are transmitted through it directly to the jawbone.
  • The feeling of a natural tooth.
  • The transmission of masticatory forces directly to the bone gives a feeling of a natural tooth superior to that given by a prosthetic work carried out on abutment teeth.

Contraindications for dental implant

  • Insufficient bone supply: small size of available bone or space between the teeth bordering the edentulous breccia
  • Pathological formations (cysts, tumours, granulation tissue) present in the areas where dental implant prosthesis is desired.
  • Administration of certain types of treatments (anticoagulants, cytostatics, bisphosphonates)

Why choose implant as a treatment solution?

For a single missing tooth:

  • If the adjacent teeth are healthy (without cavities), opting for an implant is preferable over a dental bridge, as it eliminates the need to alter these healthy teeth.

For multiple missing teeth:

  • In cases where there are few remaining teeth suitable for supporting fixed bridges, or in patients with full or partial dentures, implants offer an ideal treatment solution. They provide additional anchors where needed (provided that bone support is sufficient), allowing for subsequent prosthetic work.

Many cases that previously relied solely on removable solutions now benefit from fixed prosthetic restorations, thanks to advancements in dental implants and bone augmentation techniques.

Post-extraction indications and care

After simple tooth extraction, it is recommended to apply a dressing over the post-extraction socket.

The patient is recommended the following:

  • Maintain the supra-alveolar dressing for one hour
  • Diet will be resumed after removal of the dressing but on the day of surgery it will be semi-liquid at room temperature
  • It is recommended to chew food on the opposite hemiarch to avoid post-extraction wound injury.
  • Avoid rinsing the mouth and drinking carbonated beverages in the first days after extraction to avoid dislodging the clot formed.
  • Mild rinsing with chlorhexidine-based antiseptic solutions may be used.
  • Tooth brushing is allowed only from the morning after the extraction day, maintaining the post-extraction wound area. 

Inherent phenomena of post-extraction inflammatory reaction

  • Postoperative swelling may last 3-6 days and can be reduced with cold compresses applied to the cheek in the extraction area
  • Post-extraction pain is generally moderate and the usual anti-inflammatory and pain relievers are recommended
  • Moderate trismus may be present in case of laborious extraction of lower wisdom molars
  • Non-absorbable sutures will be removed 7 to 10 days after extraction

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are screw-like devices made of high-purity titanium, a perfectly biocompatible material that allows for osseointegration.

Osseointegration is bone healing around the implant after insertion. Implants are inserted into the jawbone or mandible, serving as artificial roots on which prosthetic work (artificial teeth) will later be made.


Why are dental implants important?

  • Replace the root of the lost tooth and prevent the migration of neighbouring teeth
  • Allow fixed prosthesis in situations where mobile prosthesis would have been required (totally edentulous patients)
  • Stop the process of bone atrophy
  • Prevent gum shrinkage and bone resorption
  • An essential role in dental aesthetics

At OGODENT we will find together an optimal treatment solution for your dental health.

Steps from treatment to implant

Consultation to determine a treatment plan, take a panoramic X-ray and assess bone size.

When bone supply is insufficient bone height and thickness can be corrected by bone additions before dental implant.

In the case of pathological formations, the insertion of dental implants will be done after their removal (cysts, granulation tissue, etc.).

In the case of various treatments, the dental implant can be inserted after their discontinuation under the supervision of the specialist.

  • The implant insertion operation is a painless surgery performed under local anaesthesia.
  • The sutures are removed 10 days after the operation.
  • The complete healing period of the bone varies between 3 and 6 months.
  • After the bone has healed, the implant head is uncovered and a healing cap is fitted to allow the gums to heal for 1 week.
  • The implant is fitted with a bridge and an impression is taken for the final work.
  • The final work takes 2-3 weeks depending on its complexity.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can benefit from a dental implant?

Implants can be placed at any age if the patient's health is good and dental hygiene is impeccable.

However, some risk factors can lead to the loss of a dental implant:

  • bruxism
  • smoking
  • poor hygiene

If you find yourself in one of the situations listed above, we must find a solution together to increase the success rate of dental implant prostheses and maintain the result over time.

You should reduce smoking to a maximum of 3 cigarettes a day, improve your dental hygiene and make it compulsory to come to regular check-ups and hygiene in the practice.

For bruxism, special mouthguards are made that can be worn at night or during the day depending on the situation, if you have nocturnal or diurnal bruxism. Age does not impede having a dental implant. Only the general health of the patient is taken into consideration.

How do we take care of the dental implant?

The dental implant will have the same care measures as natural teeth: tooth brushing, flossing, oral shower and professional dental hygiene in the office every 6 months.

From what age can dental implants be inserted?

Dental implants can be inserted from the age of 18 to wait for the bone growth of the jaws to be completed. There is no upper age limit, only good health is required.

What is the success rate of dental implants?

Expert statistics place the success rate between 95% and 98%.

How long does it take to recover from a dental implant?

Recovery can take between 7 and 10 days after insertion of the dental implant, most of the time the swelling is insignificant. If post-operative oedema is more pronounced, anti-inflammatory drugs and cold compresses are recommended.

Periodic inspection for prosthetic work on implants

In implant prosthetics dispensing is mandatory. Periodic checks will be carried out in the clinic as follows:

  • The first check of the work is done one week after the end of the treatment.
  • Subsequent checks are carried out at one, three and seven months after the fixation of the work, then annually.

This is the only way that an implant-supported prosthetic restoration can function for a long time, avoiding several complications that can arise. Pre-operative hygiene of the oral cavity in the office (scaling and airflow) is indicated. This protocol ensures a clean and germ-free operating field.


  • mouthwash with chlorhexidine 0,12% alcohol-free is recommended.
  • gentle cleaning of teeth and gums with a soft toothbrush do not touch the sutures eliminate dairy products, alcohol, hot foods and hard foods from the diet
  • do not smoke during healing
  • anti-inflammatories for sensitivity, pain and post-operative oedema
  • apply cold compresses to the inflamed area for post-operative oedema within 3 days of surgery
  • observing the medication prescribed by the implantologist

We hope the information provided has been helpful. We look forward to welcoming you to our clinic, where we can work together to determine the best treatment solution for your needs.