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Dental implantation

Although preventive dental medicine techniques are continuously expanding, there are still cases where tooth extraction becomes inevitable. Often, edentulous spaces (without teeth) remain unrestored or unprosthetized for various reasons. This may seem harmless at first, but over time, the damage created can be significant.


Dental implantation is a clinically and scientifically validated method of replacing missing teeth, which is successfully implemented at Clinica Rotar. We have a specialized operating room and the extensive experience of Prof. Dr. Horațiu Rotar in bone regeneration to address complex cases. We always rely on quality treatments and materials, ensuring more stable and long-lasting results.

Although the treatment of edentulous spaces with dental bridges is still used and has its advantages, the use of dental implants is clearly superior and brings the following benefits:

  • allows preservation of the integrity of neighboring teeth to the edentulous space;

  • stimulates bone tissue and prevents its resorption;

  • offers the possibility of fixed prosthetic rehabilitation of a long edentulous gap;

  • provides stability to removable total prostheses, especially mandibular ones;

  • can restore a lip and cheek contour that rejuvenates the facial appearance;

  • promotes and facilitates dental hygiene;

  • ensures efficient chewing, superior to mobile/removable prostheses.

We do not consider that every missing tooth represents a future implant. Our patients need a functional, necessary, and sufficient number of teeth (implants), not as many dental implants as possible. Therefore, together with you, we will choose the most suitable treatment plan so that physical, surgical, emotional, and financial efforts are minimized, with the best possible results.


Prof. Dr. Horațiu Rotar is the coordinator of the regenerative surgery and implantology team (with over 20 years of dedication in these specialties), within which he works alongside Dr. Daniel Ostaș, Dr. Daniel Tălmaceanu, Dr. Sandra Gorcea, Dr. Teodora Harina Iuga. One of the cornerstones on which this medical team relies is honesty and total transparency. When diagnosing, they evaluate the failure or success that the implant may have, and if it is not a feasible solution, they advise the patient to choose another solution.

This goes hand in hand with the constant philosophy that guides us at Clinica Rotar. Dental implant placement is not done if favorable results are not foreseen. We avoid the mercantile values ​​so prevalent in dental health today and prioritize the quality of materials, honesty of diagnosis, and transparency in communication to provide excellence in every treatment.


What implants do we use at Clinica Rotar?

In our clinic, after more than 20 years of experience in implantology, we have chosen to use two categories of dental implants that cover both the needs and desires of our patients: premium implants (Straumann®, Switzerland) or those in the upper range (Bredent®, Germany, TRI®, Switzerland). They have high quality, certified, and clinically and scientifically validated through numerous studies.

Stages of applying a dental implant

First Stage

1st Visit

Clinical consultation + Radiological evaluation (CBCT) for the correct diagnosis of the bone where the dental implant will be placed.

2nd Visit

Case documentation and professional sanitization

3rd Visit

Implant placement: Local anesthesia. Bone preparation. Implant insertion. Suturing and control radiography.

4th Visit

Post-operative check-ups are performed to assess healing and remove sutures.


1st Visit

Radiological control assessment and uncovering of the implant.

2nd Visit

Digital scanning for the fabrication of the established dental work.

3rd Visit

Implant placement: Local anesthesia. Bone preparation. Implant insertion. Suturing and control radiography.

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What is bone reconstruction?

Although our goal is to minimize the efforts patients have to make and find a balance in the treatment plan, there are some clinically and scientifically validated principles of implant treatments that we do not compromise on:

  • the need for adequate bone surrounding dental implants and

  • the presence of adequate gum volume and quality

These ensure not only the survival of the implants but also the success of the treatment.

If these conditions are not present, they must be created through bone and soft tissue regeneration techniques (various types of gum grafts). This is one of the most demanding dental procedures, and at Clinica Rotar, it requires the existence of 3 essential conditions: DIAGNOSIS, TEAM, and INFRASTRUCTURE.

On the other hand, we cannot always fight against the biological times required for healing. Often treatment plans span over a longer period of time because proper tissue healing requires time. It is an individual process and must be treated as such.

How much does a dental implant cost in

If you need an implant, our recommendation is not to make the decision based on price, but we advise you to look for quality and a specialist you trust!

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A dental implant can cost between 700-1000 euros (referring to the screw anchored in the bone). What does this difference depend on?

At Clinica Rotar, the price of a dental implant is determined by these variables:

  • the specialist and their experience

  • the quality and type of implant chosen

  • the complexity of the case itself

  • the time and technology allocated to study the specific case

  • the patient's preferences

All of these will be communicated to you along with the stages of the treatment plan, following the multidisciplinary consultation. All details will be established together with you!

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