"Osseointegration" is a term coined by Professor Per-Ingvar Brånemark in the 1950s when he discovered that a titanium screw placed neatly in the bone, did not trigger the biochemical reactions that make the human body reject a foreign material. This allows the bone cells to adhere to the titanium surface, achieving a firm and permanent anchorage for the prosthetic reconstruction of the missing teeth.
Today implant treatment points to a further simplification of the procedure. Based on techniques developed by the Brånemark School itself, has given way to treatment of immediate loading, allowing the recovery functionality, self-esteem and self-assurance in a single day.
For a correct implementation of these techniques, it is necessary to receive adequate training by experienced specialists and of course, always use approved material that offers maximum guarantees.
The Brånemark Center, created and protected by the discovery of osseointegration, are pioneers in this field and offer maximum security in this regard.