Implantology My dental practice is different, technologies are innovative and my method is like a feather: light.

First of all I am a person, not just a doctor, and even before that I am a patient: for this reason I wanted to research and study a method to be applied within the practice to make you feel comfortable, in a bright and calm environment.

I spent a lot of time making my practice welcoming even for the most sensitive people and with phobias related to the figure of the dentist.

The fear of smiling because of the lack of teeth is very unpleasant, especially if you are afraid of the dentist; so you try to postpone the examination as much as possible, sometimes even risking to worsen the situation.

I want to help you, respecting your time and trying to make you feel comfortable, in a cosy, safe and clean environment.

The first visit starts with an introductory meeting, and you may wonder why. I want to know you as for me you are not a number: you are a person who has a need and who I can help and, above all, that I want to help, and therefore I want to immediately understand who you are.

A chat in which we tell a little about ourselves, saying only what we consider appropriate with the tranquillity of not feeling judged.

After the interview we will proceed together with the examination, to understand which treatment suits you best.

In my dental practice, we have all the technology we need to understand what you need, so don’t worry: we’ll do everything within the practice, without you having to move around.

Before a dental implant we will give you the prescriptions directly in our practice to prepare your body for a perfect smile and also after the surgery.

Before leaving our practice we will give you, along with a list of useful tips, also medicines and ice, indispensable to deal with post-operative.

You will have my private phone number, so for any questions, you can call me directly, or send a WhatsApp, and I will give you all the answers you are looking for.

In my practice we are all ready to help you and our wish is to make you comfortable and ready to undergo surgery with serenity and confidence.


What is implantology?

Implantology is a branch of dentistry that deals with the rehabilitation of the functionality and aesthetics of the oral cavity thanks to the placement of dental implants.

Implants are basically titanium screws to which a prosthesis is attached with the aim of completely replacing a missing tooth.

Quoting Dr. Marano: “after years of experience I can say with absolute certainty that implantology is the most durable and safe solution to find the smile when one or more teeth are missing”.

What are the stages of inserting a dental implant?

As we have just seen, dental implants are used when one or more teeth are completely absent or are in such a condition that they must be extracted.

First of all: don’t worry!

My practice is different, the technologies we use are innovative and my method is like a feather: light.

We put all of ourselves to make sure that every implant treatment is exactly what you need and we pay even more attention to ensuring that it is performed in total respect of your mouth!

The process of inserting a dental implant typically consists of three phases:

  • Step 1: The endosteal screw is inserted into the bone, which will be used to replace the root of the tooth. This happens through a small incision in the gingival tissue, which thanks to the latest technologies available can be really limited. Then, you have to wait until a new bone is formed around the fixture. This process, known as osseointegration, can also take a few months in some cases. Healing times depend from person to person.
  • Step 2: the abutment, the element that connects the endosteal screw to the dental prosthesis, is then screwed and the system now integrates with both bone and gum .
  • Step 3: The dental prosthesis, which is the outer part of the dental implant that replaces the missing teeth, is inserted.

As you will read later on, in some selected cases it is possible to apply the abutment and the prosthesis after a few hours from the insertion of the implant: this is the so-called:immediate loading.

Who does dental implants?

Dental implants are usually placed by an oral surgeon.

What are the advantages of dental implants?

The advantages of dental implants, compared to other solutions that are used to rehabilitate the lack of teeth, are many:

What is the duration of a dental implant?

Dental implants are designed to last for a lifetime.
Only by taking proper care and periodically going to the dentist for a deep hygiene session or a simple check-up can their longevity be guaranteed.
Remember, however, that the lifespan of an implant depends on many factors: first of all oral hygiene and smoking.
In my practice we dedicate ourselves to making sure you can always keep smiling!

Deferred load implantology for one or two teeth

The deferred load implant is that type of prosthetic rehabilitation on implants that allows you, in a short time, to get a perfect smile: it is the best solution to replace the empty space left by the fallen teeth.

It is called “deferred loading” because the insertion of the implant and its “loading” with a dental prosthesis are performed at two different times, usually a few weeks or months apart depending on the needs of the clinical case.

Although the times are more extended, it is the most used type of implant because it gives more predictable results.

Immediate loading implants

Immediate loading implantology is an approach that involves inserting the implant followed by the application of crowns or fixed prosthesis in a single phase, allowing you to have one or more fixed teeth within a few hours. .
This technique allows you to find the smile usually in less than 24 hours from your surgery.

For more information about the immediate loading system,

Computer-guided surgery in implantology

Computer-guided surgery is a new technology that uses a virtual model of the patient’s mouth to plan the implant insertion surgery and perform it in a less invasive, less painful and faster way than the classical methodology.

To learn more about computer-guided surgery,

Pre and post-operative dental implant pain

Generally the pain associated with dental implants is mild and can be managed with painkillers, which in our practice we provide directly on-site without having to go to the doctor or pharmacy.

However, some patients may experience more intense pain, especially in the days following surgery. But there is nothing to fear: the annoyance disappears naturally after a few days.


“Osseointegration” stands for the implantation of the dental implant into the bone in which it has been inserted.

It is the real “key” of an implant treatment: for a successful treatment it is imperative that the implant is correctly and firmly integrated into the bone tissue in which it was inserted.

This process can take several months, and sometimes even longer. During this period, it is important to avoid subjecting the implant to excessive stress, as it can delay or even prevent osseointegration.

Success rates of dental implants

The success rate of dental implants is generally high, with a percentage of 95-98%. However, factors such as smoking and diabetes can reduce the success rate. 

The loss of the implant is, as a rule, connected with the occurrence of infections, which attack tissues close to it. These unpleasant drawbacks can be prevented by practising good oral hygiene and regularly going to the dentist for check-ups and cleaning.
Our daily challenge is to constantly offer innovative care and treatments, always striving for perfection.

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Dental bone regeneration

Implantology is the ideal solution to replace missing teeth, but there is not always enough bone to insert implants immediately.

In these cases we appeal to bone regenerative surgery!

Bone regeneration is an oral surgical procedure that consists of the grafting of bone material to allow the bone of the upper or lower jaw to regain the volume and density necessary for the dental implant.

Two types of bone can be used for bone regeneration:

  • autologous, taken directly from the patient;
  • heterologous, from external, animal or mineral sources.

It is up to the clinician to decide, whether to use one of the two materials or a mixture of autologous and heterologous bone, based on the patient.

Bone regeneration is commonly performed concurrently or a few months before dental implantation.

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