Having dental implant treatment can be stressful and confusing for many patients. This is mostly because they don’t have the right knowledge and information about the actual procedure and what it involves.
The purpose of this site is to educate you and guide you in the right direction. My approach is transparent and humble, and I am committed to finding the best solution for my patients.
After graduation from dental school at Gothenburg University in Sweden, circumstances sent Dr Mark to the south of Spain and Marbella.
Blue skies and palm trees are not what makes him tick, though; it is his joy and dedication to his profession. All his professional life he has been studying and practising to become better at what he does: dental implants.
Degree of Dental Surgery (DDS) - Gothenburg University
Master in Implantology - Barcelona
Advanced Implantology and Rehabilitation - Loma Linda University, California
Expert Program Clinical Implantology - University of Seville, Spain
Master of Science, Oral Surgery and Dental Implants (MSc) - University of Manchester, UK
OVER 100 SURGERIES A YEAR
MORE THAN 10´000 IMPLANTS PLACED
The single implant is quite a straightforward procedure. If you have lost a tooth or are about to lose it for any reason, that gap can be replaced with a new tooth.
Certain oral diseases, regular wear and tear, or simply degrading over time can affect all of your teeth, requiring a full arch replacement with dental implants.
If the situation allows, the tooth can be removed and an implant can be placed immediately in that socket in the same session.
A more affordable solution to full arch replacement is the implant overdenture, or more commonly known as “snap-on” dentures.
In the case of several missing teeth or losing an old bridge, a new one can be fitted, supported by implants.
BONE & AUGMENTATION
Just because you have limited bone volume, doesn't mean that you can’t have implants.
The pricing is transparent and once a quotation for a particular treatment is given, the price does not vary. Prices are competitive, and level of care given and materials used are high.
As important as it is to know who is placing your dental implant, it is equally important to know what type of implant is placed in your mouth