What is a grid implant ?
Grid Eaglegrid 2.0 is the innovative individual implant dedicated to patients presenting a large degree of bone resorption. The grid is made of medical grade titanium and is custom designed and manufactured for each patient individually.
Is it possible to have a grid implant when there is very little bone?
Yes, absolutely. The grid implant has been introduced especially for patients with severe bone resorption. Our specialty is in dealing with patients presenting the most difficult anatomy to whom it has been said before that it would be impossible for them to have a new and healthy smile with fixed teeth.
Do I need to remove the denture, can I have fixed teeth with Eaglegrid?
Thanks to the innovative technology involved in the production of eagle grid, the patient can forget the problems related to removable dentures. In a single procedure we are able to rebuild bone, place implants and place fixed teeth, as compared to the older protocols in which many procedures were needed with increased healing and recovery time. This customized implant project guarantees patients fixed and highly aesthetic teeth in a shorter time when compared to classical implant treatment.
Is the procedure safe?
The procedure is safe, pain free and overall less invasive than the traditional methods. It is carried out in a sterile environment, in either local or general anesthesia. Our qualified surgical team is engaged in giving the highest comfort for each patient.
What is the difference between a grid implant and a standard implant?
Dental implants are a long term solution to replace missing teeth. Each case should be diagnosed individually keeping in mind the patients health. Thanks to EAGLEGRID® 2.0 we are sure that, the subperiosteal implant that is placed, is an implant “tailored” for the patients anatomical needs.
Will I be able to carry out a normal life after the procedure?
Yes. Outside of the very first days after surgery. If any minor complication should arise, the patient will be informed by the team and told how to deal with them, however the convalescence and recovery time are not usually linked with an impaired lifestyle. The most important part is that the patient to recover as fast as possible follow strictly the instructions given after the procedure.
Can any doctor perform this procedure?
Placing a grid implant is a procedure that can be performed only by a qualified EAGLEGRID Implantologist. For the safety of the patients and to get the best result with this type of implant, only Implantologists working in the Eagle Grid team can place and prepare the EAGLEGRID subperiosteal implant and place them.
Is the grid implant for each patient?
Yes. During the consultation visit the specialist will take into consideration the anatomy and health conditions of each patient. He will inform the patient if there are any contraindications for the procedure. Thanks to our long term clinical experience we are able to deal with the most difficult anatomies. If you have been told that there is no possibility to restore your mouth with a fixed prosthetical solution due to lack of bone, get in contact with Eagle Grid Polska or with one of the clinics who cooperate with us. Together we will certainly solve your problem.
Which test should I have before the procedure?
Before any surgical procedure mandatory is a consultation with the EAGLEGRID dental specialist. It is also necessary to have a CBCT exam of the anatomic area to be treated as well as a routine medical examination, which will be undertaken during this diagnostic phase.
Is the procedure performed under general anesthesia?
The procedure can be performed under general anesthesia if desired, the type of anesthesia is decided for each individual clinical situation, it is discussed and decided with the EAGLEGRID Implantologist performing the procedure in the diagnostic phase.
Can I have an MRI after a grid implant?
Yes. There is no contraindications for an MRI after the placement of a EAGLE GRID subperiosteal implant . The implant is made of titanium which is not electrically conductive and therefore doesn’t possess ferromagnetic properties.
Can I travel with a subperiosteal implant?
Yes. After the implantological procedure the patient can safely travel by airplane. The metal detectors are not sensitive to the implants and prosthetic components and do not activate.